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The Top End has definitely picked up (in activity – not price) – after Easter new stock is low

Prahran, 4 Grandview, , Under the hammer, $4,570,000. 3 bidders

Saturday March 31st: Solid finish to the month – partly as a result of vendors lowering their expectations as they feel the market may get worse before it gets better, partly due to some good stock and partly because buyers can’t really see anything of note on the market after Easter.

But to keep some perspective if you read our archived $3m+ reports of previous years you will see the same buoyant activity leading into Easter –  its after Easter that gets interesting.

Big Day at Auctions for the

  • Prahran, 4 Grandview, Jeremy Fox,  under the hammer $4,570,000, 3 bidders. This was a Super Saturday sizzler! Three determined bidders contested for this breathtaking after auctioneer Jeremy Fox kicked things off with an opening vendor bid of $4,000,000. It was a little slow at first but the action heated up as the third bidder chimed in. He eventually secured the for $4,570,000 and that sparked applause from the 130 onlookers.
    James Home Rating 865/1000 “I found it hard to find fault with this home – its WOW all over – the flow works brilliantly, locale for Prahran is in THE street and garaging, kitchen, laundry set up is efficient and classy – the north light is brought in nicely into living areas. The bedroom set up works and the reflection pools aren’t twee they are classy. Do I sound over the top on this? This home will fly and I mean fly unless the RT boys cook the quote or the vendor is dreaming. Best guide is 51 Murray St Prahran in May 2010 (See our rating and auction report, over $3,700,000) and the recent sale of similar land size without the same WOW by same company a couple of weeks ago at 22 Murray St (north of $3,400,000). Our suggested strategy to buy – dig deep on the day or go hard and early now!  ” Mal James
  • Armadale, 3/50 Hampden, John Bongiorno, under the hammer, $3,360,000. 2 bidders.  Last sold for just over $2,500,000 in 2005.
  • , 27 Selborne, Jeremy Fox, after auction,  $3,300,000, 1 bidder

Pass-Ins

  • Toorak 49 Irving, Passed In on a vendor bid at $4,500,000
  • Camberwell, 12a Royal, Passed In on a vendor bid at $4,100,000

February Top End Pass-Ins still really struggling a month later!

But it’s not all good news at this level if you don’t get the price right. A month ago we reported on ten auctions over $2.5 million. Two sold on the day and eight passed in. Since then only a further two have sold and both were below the pass-in price. Although the stat is on a small sample it says at this level 40% clearance rate after a month.

February 25th Auctions Passed In  25/2 Result  31/3
East 2 Laurel Court $3,900,000 Bought Lower
East Melbourne 125 Gipps St $3,850,000 Bought Lower
Williamstown 27 The Strand $3,000,000 Still for Sale
Toorak 24 Heyington $2,900,000 Still for Sale
Hawthorn 54 Glen $2,800,000 Still for Sale
29 Hopetoun $2,650,000 Still for Sale
Camberwell 123 Wattle Valley $2,650,000 Still for Sale
Malvern 119 Stanhope $2,600,000 Still for Sale

 

Friday March 30th: 2a Chelsea St with Sturt Hinton of Kay and Burton got away after an eternity on the market for an extremely healthy result of $3,600,000 (according to another agent).

Thursday March 29th: Expressions of Interest still working with Michael Armstrong moving 11 Moralla Road Kooyong – over $5million.

There has definitely been a resurgence in Bayside in the last few weeks at the top level and one new company that is giving the big boys a run for their money is of real estate – as you know we have a fair bit of time for him, as he actually gets off his back side and shows you homes, suggest alternatives, tells you asking prices (which a number of others for some stupid reason think should be a complete mystery) and follows you up. Good real estate at the Top End is not for rocket scientists – we know because we aren’t. Turning up with a sprinkling of facts and treating people with a certain level of decency is ¾ of the job. Anyway let’s look at Nic’s circa $3m sales this month alone in Brighton

  • 1 Norwood – North facing land one back from the beach
  • 20 Birdwood – James Home Rating of 714/1000
  • 13 Halifax – ripper property see our James Home Rating 661/1000
  • 19 St Ninians – heart of the Golden Mile see our James Home Rating 588/1000

And while on the subject of smaller boutique companies we have always liked the work of Paul Richards who sold 53 Barnard Kew for we believe over $6,000,000 earlier this month and we were amazed to see another company claiming the deal – anyway Bekdon Richards with Evan Lykourinos is a young company who also speaks reasonably accurately, gets out of bed early and pushes through some big deals quietly over the line.

And one for the big boys – Justin Long of moved 8 Harvey St Malvern on Monday for we think over $4million – went through it late last year and thought it may take some time to shift – a credit to his persistence and if achieved anything over $4m in this market it would have been a good result for both parties.

Another one quietly gone in the Gascoigne (Kay and Burton) at circa $3m price level and the big one in Boroondara should emerge soon to give some small confidence at the Top of the Top End. Not trying to be tricky but we do respect privacy when asked.

Mortgagee Auction: 8 St Ninians Brighton, David Hart, Under the Hammer, $4,900,000, 3 bidders

Saturday 24th March: It is neck and neck for the strongest areas in the $3 million segment for March: so far Brighton has sold 7, Hawthorn, Kew and Canterbury also 7 and Toorak 6 for the month so far – daylight the rest.

  • Brighton, 8 St Ninians, David Hart, $4,900,000, 3 bidders.
  • East Melbourne, 125 Gipps St, the newly married Nathan Waterson should pay for the wedding with a private sale at slightly below $4,000,000. A great terrace home and a good result, but below initial ask and took a fair while for the vendors to come into line. Next door’s ask now seems even more courageous than when I first heard it. But I have had the taste of humble pie once or twice this month so will wait and see.
  • Kew, 5 Tregarron Avenue, Sam Wilkinson – Expressions of Interest in the mid $3 millions. Now with Sam who has deservedly a good reputation at this level on these homes. Is he not the spitting image of young Brains on Thunderbirds!
  • Hawthorn East a quiet one away for Nicholas Franzmann and hopalong Walter Dodich in the over $3m category. New home build – good result in the end.
  • McKinnon, 41 Rose St – yep its not a misprint – McKinnon – Adam Joske and Phillip Kingston under the hammer at $70,000 short of $3,000,000. 3 bidders and a crowd of over 200.

Top  Pass Ins

  • Brighton, 11 Alverna Grove,  passed in, $3,000,000, no bidders
    A big crowd turned out to have a look at this impressive 7 year old home overlooking parkland at the end of a dead end street….(See more in Auction Reports)
  • Balwyn, 26 Metung, passed in, $3,000,000

The New Way to do Business at the Top End - An Abercrombys Private Auction - 11 Bates St Malvern East selling over $6 million – Jeff Gole and Tim Derham

Thursday 22nd March: The Abercromby Private Auction – possibly the new Expressions of Interest. Private Auctions are where a home is advertised usually for a mid week auction and only those who register interest are allowed to attend.

11 Bates St Malvern East was a great example of how it works. A number of pre arranged private inspections are organised during the course of an advertised auction campaign. A few days before the Private Auction (Thursday), all potential buyers register interest and are required to indicate a starting bid. In this case the written starting bid was $5.9 million (I’m not sure what that proves, but anyway).

They are by invitation only (and I saw some people being  turned away at the door). At 11 Bates three parties turned up. Two bid – well I think it was two – the spiel was given by Tim Derham and he declared that there were two pre recorded bids. One bidder asked to see them and she was duly shown the written bids. What surprised me was that she accepted them without asking Tim to point out who the actual written bid was from. But we move on. Anyway this feisty lady tried in all manner of ways to lower the bids (and good on her) until a $50,000 bid was accepted after Tim had cheekily asked for a $200,000 rise (well he tried hey!). The property was eventually passed in to the lady. A deal was done behind closed doors over the magic $6 million mark, post auction. Surprisingly despite the written bid, no-one else bid, including the writer of the bid. Mmmm!

Digressing slightly, this was in our opinion about the right money for this very rare and truly great home, given we figured it was worth $3m for the land and $3m for the home and the rest was going to be emotion. Read our James Home Rating if you wish.

But back to the Private Auction. Not only is it a civil way to conduct proceedings at the Top End but it also probably circumvents the new cooling off period laws – if an auction by invitation only still constitutes a public auction. That’s one for the legal boys.

This is the third of its type we’ve been to over $3m in recent times and all have worked (for the seller). As a buyer the normal rules apply as at a public auction – do your homework on value, have representation to protect your privacy and manage the bidding; and of course have a suitable post auction strategy to prevent the irresistible force of “Slapper” in full voice running you up the flag pole above fair and reasonable.

The more we see the Abercromby guys in action, the more impressed we are with how they do business at the Top End. Yes Tim Derham can hit you between the eyes when you least expect it and Jock can chew your ear off on why a home is worth such and such without necessarily dropping a fact into the conversation (he gets some very big deals over the line); but when you look at their line-up, which includes Rob Vickers Willis and Andrew Harlock, this Top End boutique agency is truly the hired gunslingers (with some morality) who are knocking the Top End around a bit right now. No we don’t get anything from them, but we at James like the way they are doing business right now with the Private Auctions (it’s innovative and its working) – has a relative degree of transparency about it (although you do need pre auction preparation and post auction pass-in skills if you are to give as good as you get – they are working for the vendor not you the buyer) and they are actually pleasant guys (not working for you but pleasant). Jeff Gole is a solid, ethical and experienced addition to the Abercromby family. Liking your work right now boys.

35 Stonnington Off Market - Over $6m

Off Market: 35 Stonnington Place Toorak also Jeff Gole and Tim Derham (they’ve had a good week these old blokes). Went through this off market home about a month ago. Pretty well the Toorak new build formula – big, thoughts of pretension, all the features but lacked a little soul when you lined it up against the calibre of 11 Bates St above. Was around the $6m mark the right money? I feel so and that represents a 25% rise on its last buy price during the GFC. Yes we may be in a market that may fall some more but we also may be in a market that has corrected and will begin to rise again. If you know for sure where we are in the cycle can you let us know please – we agents out here are waiting for that sign from God!

Tuesday 20th March: Another half dozen buys at the $3m+ level this week, with Bayside showing the most consistent activity

  • 55 Sussex St Brighton (Jonathan Dixon) finally gets way after beginning its sale campaign with another agent in the stratosphere and selling at what now deemed to be market value.
  • 27 Chelsea St (Danielle Martin of Barleys) organises the ink after a long but ultimately successful campaign on a solid block with a home that needed some work.
  • 29 Seymour Avenue (Ian Jackson) forever the consummate professional brings two parties together, no not at the initial courageous $5m+ ask; but at the still pretty impressive mid $4 million mark. With land being bought in the early $2m’s a few years ago; holding costs and a pretty solid build ( lift, basement and other features) the buy, build and sell quick is not proving to be the absolute goldmine it once was – but nobody’s saying this was not an acceptable result – just tight.

Monday 19th March: Reprinted from The Weekly Review – “The market can be so fickle at the top end

So you’ve heard there’s a bit of life at the Top of the Top End – that is the $3 million price bracket. Is it true? Well, yes and no.

After taking forever to get out of the blocks in 2012, the starting gun finally seems to have fired for the $3 million plus market. But the big question in this Olympic year is whether this is a false start or the beginning of some sustained running.

The thing is, that at this price level markets are very fickle and rise and fall quite dramatically within short periods of time. Its sub markets, such as land only or trophy homes or new builds, go up and down with even more elasticity, as demand for these is far more variable than for say a median priced inner suburban home.

Even so, the Top End can have some oomph even while operating a lower price level. It’s a bit like a footy team that is outside the top eight and then gets it act together to make a run at the eight, even if it may not be operating at the levels of the top four.

So where are we now in Mid March 2012 in the Bayside and Inner East Market above $3million?

The current market does have some oomph but it is nothing like the halcyon high turnover days of 2007 and 2010. While there is some good stock on offer, there is also plenty of rubbish. Also worth remembering is that we saw signs of life like this at around the same time in 2011, only to then see momentum die away after Easter. The market did come up for some air in September but then it sank again for the rest of 2011 (except for one or two notable exceptions).

Last year was a classic stalemate market – with many vendors barking orders down to their agents and many buyers looking up at the prize, offering a limp handshake and then walking away unsatisfied when it wasn’t taken up.

So far this year things seem a bit more lively. When pushed some buyers are putting in a second effort, helping to push some prices up. Sellers seem more prepared to meet the market rather than sticking stubbornly to their asking prices as they did last year. However, this does not add up to uniformly increasing prices. In fact a number of homes have transacted at lower prices than the previous peaks or when they last sold.

Let’s get specific

What has been selling?

  • Hawthorn East, 2 Buley St, Jason Scillio (Kay & Burton), Sold after auction above $3,700,000, 2 bidders:
  • Sandringham, 47-49 Victoria St (Julian Augustini) – Big parcel of land, on the market since late last year and sold in the mid $3 millions – a solid result.
  • Camberwell, 19 Waterloo, (Rob Vickers-Willis, Greg Toogood) Bought under the hammer in front of a crowd of 80 people. Bidding opened at $2,700,000. On market at $3 million. 4 Bidders

What has been selling, but at lower than previous levels?

  • Hawthorn, 33 Kooyongkoot Road (Tim Picken and Scott Patterson) – A huge block (2800sqm) in THE street on the crest of Scotch Hill. Sold for around the quote price of $8 million, lower than it sold for in the 2007 peak. This was a good sale just at lower levels.
  • Malvern, 9 Woodmason St, (Jeremy Fox), Sold after auction, above $3,530,000, with 3 bidders. This was only bought a few years ago and we believe at a higher price. This was a good sale just at lower levels.
  • Brighton, 47 Champion St (Ian Jackson) – Had been on the market (with another agent) for an eternity, considering its quality, with an asking price initially over $3.5m – Bought mid week for we believe just under $3m. This was a good sale just at lower levels.

What has not sold at auction?

  • East Melbourne, 125 Gipps St – passed-in $3,850,000
  • Williamstown, 27 The Strand – passed-in $3,000,000
  • Toorak, 24 Heyington – passed-in $2,900,000

And there are plenty more of these out there, as you’ll notice if you do a search on homes over $2.5 million on any real estate portal. Last time we did that, up came 250 homes, which should tell you that despite a dozen or so buys/sells in the last week there are still many “wannabe” sellers out there who may not have got their pricing correct.

19 Waterloo Camberwell hits $3,045,000 in a Rob Vickers-Willis mid week auction

Thursday March 8thCamberwell, 19 Waterloo, (Rob Vickers-Willis, Greg Toogood) Bought under the hammer in front of a crowd of 80 people. Bidding opened at $2,700,000. On market at $3,000,000. 4 Bidders (Architect Adam Auction Report)

James Home Rating 810/1000: 19 Waterloo is a very good property, and one that which should defy any  negative market conditions  as  it is a unique offering . We see this type of property only about six times a year and,  if vendor expectations are reasonable and the agent manages the campaign well, then a strong result generally comes about….. (see James Home Rating for full details)

Wednesday March 7thHawthorn, 33 Kooyongkoot Road (Tim Picken and Scott Patterson) – the big one on Scotch Hill – 2800sqm in THE street on the crest of the hill was bought today for we believe around the quote price of $8,000,000. This shows their is a market for sensibly priced Top End homes – meaning it had a lower quote than what it was last bought for in the 2007 peak. James Home Rating 752/1000 – see rating for full details.

64 Sutherland Road Armadale – (Jock Langley) – Inner city larger terrace home was bought in a private negotiation and 16 Monomeath Avenue Canterbury (Doug McLauchlan) which passed in on Saturday for $4,700,000 was cleaned up in post auction negotiations for an undisclosed amount – the quote was $5,000,000 plus.

Biggest Sale of 2012 so far 33 Kooyongkoot

Tuesday March 6th – Kay and Burton Trifecta

  • Toorak, 46 Canberra Road, Michael Armstrong and Ross Savas – bought before auction around $4 million.
  • Camberwell, 69 Broadway, Michael Armstrong and Ross Savas – was quoted between $6,000,000 and $7,000,000 and had been on the market since last year with another agent and we believe was sold in the last day or two for an undisclosed amount.
  • Portsea, 3831 Point Nepean Road – Liz Jensen, Kay and Burton, $3,200,000 – bought before auction.

Hawthorn East, 2 Buley, Jason Scillio, Bought After, Over $3,700,000. 2 bidders

March 3rd: We had the first signs of life in the Inner East this weekend and it now seems the Bayside Top End may be dragging itself out of its Summer slumber. After last week’s Sandringham Top End action, we saw sales this week at:

  • Brighton, 192 Church St (Ian Jackson) – On market for some time at over $4m – Bought mid week just shy of that
  • Brighton, 47 Champion St (Ian Jackson) – On market (with another agent) for an eternity, considering its quality, with an asking initially over $3.5m – Bought mid week for just under $3m.

Biggest Auctions:

  • Hawthorn East, 2 Buley St, Jason Scillio (Kay & Burton), after auction above $3,700,000, 2 bidders: Jason Scillio was our master of ceremonies here and he led the way strongly and professionally, politely refusing low increment bids and keeping the auction moving along smoothly and quickly…(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Malvern, 9 Woodmason St, Jeremy Fox (), after auction, above $3,530,000, 3 bidders: Interested to see how this recently on the market and sold quality home goes at this indoor auction in front of crowd of around 40…(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Toorak, 33 Evans Court, Gowan Stubbings, After Auction, around $3,400,000, 1 bidder: This beautifully presented property attracted a sizeable crowd on a gloomy day. An opening bid from the crowd of $3,260,000 was trumped by auctioneer Gowan Stubbings ..(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Brighton, 3 Tennyson St, Leigh Hallamore (Buxton), under the hammer, $3,270,000, 3 bidders: Indoor auctions aren’t always that exciting, but this bucked the trend and was fast paced, entertaining and high energy all rolled in to one…(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Brighton, 19 St Ninians Rd, Nick Johnstone (Nick Johnstone), after auction, $3,150,000, 1 bidder: The loud chatter of the crowd, with umbrellas in hand, who stood in a series of small huddles, made the weather seem much less dreary….(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Fitzroy, 112 McKean St with Shayne Mooney of Nelson Alexander – just over $3million

Biggest Pass-Ins:

  • Canterbury, 16 Monomeath Ave, Doug McLauchlan (Marshall White), $4,700,000, no bidders: Outside, and under a substantial porch, a crowd of 80 gathered. Doug McLauchlan opened with a vendor bid of $4,500,000, adding another at $4,600,000…(see more in Auction Reports)
  • Albert Park, 79 Beaconsfield Parade, Geoff Cayzer, $3,300,000
  • Elwood, 8 Dickens St, Marshall Rushford (), $2,950,000,  2 bidders: This great old dame attracted a lot of curious bystanders – even (I was told) a former owner of this amazing old mansion, who had come along to see just how much it was worth in today’s market…..(see more in Auction Reports

However, there is still a lot of property at this price level on the market in Bayside and the Inner East that is simply sitting there doing nothing.

Overall the $3M+ market is seen by optimists as treading water and by realists as still edging backwards.

$3-Million-Plus March Results

784
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
6
610sqm
Agent: Simon Hicks, RT Edgar
Bought range: $3,423,630 - $3,766,350
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
3
3
3
1693sqm
Agent: Marcus Chiminello, Marshall White
Bought: $3,360,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
2
1
536sqm
Agent: Jock Langley, Abercromby's
Bought range: $3,404,450 - $3,745,250
657
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
5
2
678sqm
Agent: William Chen, Jellis Craig
Bought range: $2,972,900 - $3,270,500
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
3
589sqm
Agent: Paul Pfeiffer, Hocking Stuart
Bought range: $2,685,200 - $2,954,000
717
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
5
3
652sqm
Agent: Dominik Hlavacek, Noel Jones
Bought range: $2,685,200 - $2,954,000
772
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
6
2
615sqm
Agent: Ian Jackson, Kay & Burton
Bought: $2,950,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
4
559sqm
Agent: Sturt Hinton, Kay & Burton
Bought: $3,600,000
568
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
4
1339sqm
Agent: Ian Jackson, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $3,644,200 - $4,009,000
738
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
3
4
745sqm
Agent: Ian Jackson, Kay & Burton
Bought: Undisclosed
743
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
3
934sqm
Agent: Peter Kennett, Hocking Stuart
Bought: $3,033,000
839
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
4
8
739sqm
Agent: Chris Bevan, J P Dixon
Bought: Undisclosed
661
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
5
2
600sqm
Agent: Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Real Estate
Bought range: $2,877,000 - $3,165,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
3
2
2
1049sqm
Agent: Chris Carrington, Nick Johnstone Real Estate
Bought range: $3,068,800 - $3,376,000
827
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
4
1031sqm
Agent: Stewart Lopez, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $4,315,500 - $4,747,500
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
5
8
799sqm
Agent: David Hart, Buxton
Bought: $4,900,000
588
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
2
617sqm
Agent: Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Real Estate
Bought: $3,150,000
713
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
5
798sqm
Agent: Chris Bevan, J P Dixon
Bought range: $3,068,800 - $3,376,000
754
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
0
0
0
920sqm
Agent: Bert Stewart, Buxton
Bought: $3,270,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
2
1669sqm
Agent: James Redfern, Marshall White
Bought range: $2,637,250 - $2,901,250
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
8
3192sqm
Agent: Michael Armstrong, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $5,945,800 - $6,541,000
810
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
3
2
898sqm
Agent: Greg Toogood, Jellis Craig
Bought: $3,045,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
5
4
1170sqm
Agent: Doug McLauchlan, Marshall White
Bought range: $4,603,200 - $5,064,000
811
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
6
780sqm
Agent: John Bradbury, Noel Jones
Bought: Undisclosed
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
2
1095sqm
Agent: Sally Zelman, Gary Peer
Bought: Undisclosed
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
3
2
2
310sqm
Agent: Nathan Waterson, Jellis Craig
Bought range: $3,653,790 - $4,019,550
653
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
3
4
800sqm
Agent: Alex Schiavo, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $2,877,000 - $3,165,000
700
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
3
2
4
663sqm
Agent: Shayne Mooney, Nelson Alexander
Bought range: $2,905,770 - $3,196,650
752
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
6
4
5
2762sqm
Agent: Tim Picken, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $7,767,900 - $8,545,500
730
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
4
2
1129sqm
Agent: Nicole Gleeson, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $3,620,225 - $3,982,625
702
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
2
587sqm
Agent: Nicholas Franzmann, Marshall White
Bought range: $3,500,350 - $3,850,750
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
2
802sqm
Agent: Tom Ryan, Jellis Craig
Bought range: $2,877,000 - $3,165,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
6
1
0
1792sqm
Agent: Evan Lykourinos, Bekdon Richards Estate Agents
Bought range: $6,233,500 - $6,857,500
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
3
4
1299sqm
Agent: Sam Wilkinson, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $3,414,892 - $3,756,737
735
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
0
1411sqm
Agent: Ross Savas, Kay & Burton
Bought: Undisclosed
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
2
854sqm
Agent: Justin Long, Marshall White
Bought: Undisclosed
591
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
2
3
1474sqm
Agent: Madeline Kennedy, Marshall White
Bought range: $3,443,769 - $3,788,505
838
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
2
1155sqm
Agent: Tim Derham, Abercromby's
Bought range: $5,849,900 - $6,435,500
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
2
830sqm
Agent: Gowan Stubbings, Kay & Burton
Bought: Undisclosed
782
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
4
2
825sqm
Agent: Adam Joske, Gary Peer
Bought range: $2,809,870 - $3,091,150
865
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
2
918sqm
Agent: Jeremy Fox, RT Edgar
Bought: $4,570,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
5
3
4
733sqm
Agent: Peter Kudelka, Kay & Burton
Bought: Undisclosed
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
2
2
613sqm
Agent: Michael Armstrong, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $3,744,895 - $4,119,775
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
3
3
2
176sqm
Agent: Michael Gibson, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $3,260,600 - $3,587,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
0
0
0
1073sqm
Agent: Jeremy Fox, RT Edgar
Bought range: $4,603,200 - $5,064,000
/1000
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0
0
0
1010sqm
Agent: Marus Chiminello, Marshall White
Bought range: $2,881,795 - $3,170,275
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
5
3
737sqm
Agent: Ross Savas, Kay & Burton
Bought range: $5,389,580 - $5,929,100
/1000
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5
3
3
741sqm
Agent: Karl Luff, RT Edgar
Bought: $3,300,000
/1000
JAMES HOME RATINGS
4
3
4
914sqm
Agent: Jeff Gole, Abercromby's
Bought range: $5,993,750 - $6,593,750

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