Historic Geelong house Wandsworth, 371 Ryrie St, sells to Geelong buyer, 373 Ryrie St townhouse plans, Hodges, Marcus Falconer

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A BUYER has emerged for a grand circa 1870 house in a prominent inner city Geelong location.

Wandsworth, a renovated Victorian-era residence at 371 Ryrie St, sold after auction for $1,637,500.

The spacious four-bedroom house is on a generous 1200sq m-plus block just moments from Eastern Park and the waterfront.

Hodges, Geelong West agent Marcus Falconer said the Geelong buyer had been eyeing off the property for a while.

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“It was just the family aspect, the big north-facing backyard was the biggest thing” Mr Falconer said

“It is certainly one of those old homes, dating back to 1870.”

The sale follows the vendor’s decision to carve off 288sq m of valuable CBD land which has been sold separately with permits for an architect-designed house.

Mr Falconer said a Melbourne buyer paid close to $500,000 for 373 Ryrie St the day before its heritage neighbour was auctioned.

Wandsworth was initially listed in May with price hopes of $2.1 million to $2.3 million before the subdivision.

Mr Falconer said the results vindicated the vendor’s decision to split the two properties.

The new owner of 373 Ryrie St plans to build the three-bedroom townhouse Project Evolve designed for the narrow site.

Wandsworth is rich in heritage and blends restored original features with a rear extension that creates an open-plan living zone and outdoor entertainment area.

A 500-bottle wine cellar is among its luxury features.

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