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First-time homebuyers pay $210,000 for two-bedroom Newtown terrace

A Manly first-time homebuyer paid $1.810 million more than expected for 32 Simmons St in Newtown.


A two-bedroom cottage was sold at auction for $1.810 million, and the first home buyer to move from Manly to the inner west shocked real estate agents.

The purchase price is US$110,000 higher than the reserve price and US$210,000 higher than the guide price quoted earlier that day.

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A total of seven buyers-mainly first-time buyers and young couples, signed up to participate in the auction 32 Simmons Street In the new town.

After the market opened at 1.5 million U.S. dollars, the Quartet made an offer during the auction.

Ray White Surry Hills and Erskineville principal Ercan Ersan said he knew the property would be highly sought after, but he didn’t think it would sell so well.

“I was very shocked by its price, but it was in a lovely pocket near all the cafes and bars in Newtown and Enmore,” he said.

Mr. Ersan said that the West End market was very active in June this year because the inventory was sufficient compared to the past few years.

He said: “Compared to a typical winter, we have 50% more houses for sale.”

The auction at 26 Avon St, Glebe has been moved to Friday night for the best possible inner city lockdown.


“This shows that people are now looking to take advantage of the real estate market instead of waiting.”

In nearby Glebe, Three bedroom terrace It was sold to a local buyer at the auction for US$2.785 million.

As New South Wales Governor Gladys Berejiklian (Gladys Berejiklian) proposed new Covid-19 restrictions, the auction was advanced.

Despite this, Matthew Carvalho of Ray White Glebe still had six buyers participating in this exciting auction. The result was $285,000 higher than expected.

Mr. Carvalho said that the house is very popular with buyers because it is ticked in many aspects, including the city, the Anzac Bridge and the bay view. It also has street parking spaces and updated interiors.

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17A Ida St, Sans Souci paid a huge price.


The recently completed duplex apartment was sold at an exciting auction for $2.560 million, breaking the Sans Souci record.

As a result, it was $360,000 higher than the reserve price and $280,000 higher than the selling price of any other duplex apartment in Sans Souci.

McGrath Sans Souci agent Trent Tarbey said that 10 buyers registered to bid, and there were several active buyers, including final buyers who planned to expand from the inner west. They eliminated a downsized couple from the local community to ensure the safety of the keys.

“The quality of the decoration attracts a lot of people because they are what you can find in high-end duplex apartments in the eastern suburbs,” he said.

This Ida Street Real Estate A wine cellar wall equipped with a swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, stylish interior and butler storage room.

Mr. Tabey set a price guide of US$2 million to US$2.2 million throughout the sales campaign.

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The property at 13 Janet Street, Seven Hills will be subdivided.


An investor with ambitious plans to subdivide 683 square meters of high-quality real estate in Qishan paid a high premium of US$975,000 for this.

the result of 13 Janet Street The auction on Saturday was $130,000 higher than expected. Joel Hollings of McGrath Blacktown said there were nine bidders, most of whom were investors and builders, who wanted to subdivide the corner block and build a duplex house 900 m from the train station.

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The 16 Beiyan Sunset Plaza has been listed for the first time in 47 years.


An unfurnished North Rock family home was sold at auction for US$1.635 million for the first time since it was built 47 years ago.

Big four-bedroom house at the end of a dead end Sunset Plaza Eleven buyers signed up for the bidding, which proved to be highly sought after.

Auctioneer Stu Benson said that after fierce competition, it only took 27 bids to reduce the price by $135,000.

“As we saw during the shutdown last year, real buyers who still want to buy will continue to put themselves in a position to do so,” he said. The original house of 717 square meters has been listed together with Ian Williamson of First National – North Western.

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