Werribee couple buys renovated character home at 12 Avon St, Geelong West, Hodges, Jeff Begg, 4 bidders, powerful public sale competitors
IT was a case of third time fortunate for the brand new homeowners of a renovated Geelong West home auctioned on Saturday.
Tyne Chadwick and Brad Apps put previous disappointments behind them after securing 12 Avon St for $760,000 underneath the hammer.
The Werribee couple had twice been underbidders at latest auctions throughout city in Belmont — as soon as lacking out by $10,000.
They confronted robust competitors earlier than an enormous crowd on the Hodges, Geelong West public sale of the lovable Edwardian period weatherboard home.
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4 events had been within the hunt for the property as fast bidding noticed the worth fly up from the opening mark of $600,000.
Mr Apps mentioned it was a aid to lastly purchase a house, notably one with such character.
“We lived in Yarraville for about three years and we had been into the outdated kind of Victoria homes,” he mentioned.
“It suited our way of life.”
Value hopes for the property had been $625,000 to $675,000.
Hodges, Geelong West agent Jeff Begg mentioned the home, which supplied the flexibleness of a self-contained bungalow, had appealed to first-home consumers.
“I feel the good factor is first-home consumers can transfer in and reside there however there’s scope to do extra,” Mr Begg mentioned.
The home has an open-plan kitchen, meals and front room and a lined out of doors leisure space.
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