RICHMOND star Alex Rance has notched wins on and off the sector this weekend, along with his penthouse promoting below the hammer the morning after the Tigers’ victory over Adelaide.
The footballer’s trendy Richmond pad at 606/120 Palmer St bought for $678,000, after being introduced available on the market at $672,000.
Three bidders vied for the condominium.
Rance was simply 19 and had accomplished his debut season with Richmond when he purchased the two-bedroom residence off-the-plan for $675,000 in 2009.
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It’s understood the premiership participant, 28, lived on the sun-drenched condominium atop the favored Area of interest advanced off Bridge Rd with this spouse Georgia till final yr.
The couple moved into a bigger Brighton residence in Could.
Rance advised Chief Newspapers final month he was glad to flee the hustle and bustle of the inner-city life, which concerned folks confronting him within the carry of his Richmond condominium.
“As I come to the tip of my profession, it’s good to have someplace to deliver up my children,” he stated on the time.
CoreLogic data counsel the four-time All Australian defender, who dabbled in actual property in his early 20s, additionally tried to promote the property in 2016. It was later listed it for lease in June final yr.
Biggin & Scott director and auctioneer Edward Hobbs stated the low-maintenance residence was ideally positioned within the coronary heart of Richmond.
“This can be a high ground, well-sized property that fits a variety of demographics within the market,” he stated.
The customer was a younger couple who bid for the condominium over the telephone, and was eager on its zoning for Melbourne Ladies Faculty.
The house provided two balconies searching to Melbourne’s north and CBD, and was quoted at $620,000-$680,000.
The public sale got here all the way down to $500 and $1000 bids on the finish, with 20 folks watching on.
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