Around 50 people turned up for this auction which was situated in a nice quiet pocket of Prahran despite being close to many amenities. It was this aspect and the land content of the property that formed the major part of Phillip Kingston's preamble and was probably the main reason why no vendor bids were needed. The auction started off with a strong confident bid of $1,600,000 from an agent and it didn't take long for two more bidders to join in. Aided by the master of the tongue, Mr Kingston was in exemplary form using tantalising comments to push the bidders along. The methods proved useful as the property was knocked down at $2,050,000 which provided a fitting end to a good auction.
Saturday 31 March 2012, 10:30am
Phillip Kingston, Gary Peer
Darren Krongold, Gary Peer
You've missed again. Repeat the pain or change your tactics. James »
You both have paid for yourselves 5 times over today.. Gina & Adam, we are still on cloud nine and even took the kids up to Milton Gray park for a kick and an ice cream in our new hood up on Glenferrie. We would never have achieved what we did without you. You both have paid for yourselves 5 times over today. Edwardian vision in Stonnington achieved - I still can't believe I am writing that!! We can't thank you enough, Lisa...