• February 21, 2015

Temperatures and Prices Soar

Buyers sheltered from the heat but kept their purse strings open over the weekend in Mebourne’s Inner West.  We held our first auctions for 2015 and witnessed strong competition across a range of price points including 12 Maclean Street, Williamstown selling for $950,000, 3/89 Saltley Street, 9 Hotham Street, Williamstown – $715,000 and 46 Angliss Street, Yarraville – $811,000.

46 Angliss Street in Yarraville was a standout auction hotspot as multiple bidders competitively were bidding for this three bedroom, two bathroom property where the sales campaign was directed by Partner and Senior Sales Executive, Traci Charles.  Once trapped in a 50’s time warp, the owners of this property have changed the lens of time and this is a prime example of how the art of renovation can transport a 1952 into today’s world. Another significant asset is the quiet position which features Angliss Reserve, Cruickshank Park, cafes and Wembley Primary School all close by. Every inch of the interior radiates a feeling of relaxation while spilling outdoors, the elegantly landscaped country garden leaves an impression.

Compton Green Director and Auctioneer, Adrian Butera explained this home’s assets in thorough detail.  “You might be an entertainer you may be a recluse. What this home delivers is something for everyone. Fundamentally there’s room for everyone. It’s a home with style and design which continues to surprise you as you step past the hallway,” Adrian Butera said.

Compton Green is finding that more buyers are set to enter the market thanks to the recent RBA’S announcement.  “In my opinion, the low interest rates will add more fuel to the already strong market in the inner west. The great Aussie dream of owning a home is now very realistic due to the current conditions,” Adrian said.

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