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29 Thomas Street, WINDSOR


29 Thomas Street, WINDSOR

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PASSED IN - $2,500,000
With great anticipation I jumped into my car and headed towards Windsor, the atmosphere-soaked end of Chapel Street, for my first auction of the 5th ever biggest auction Saturday recorded by the REIV. This industrial-styled Victorian property had been transformed from a plaster factory and had caught my imagination. I was very eager to see it up close. A crowd of approximately 40 had already gathered and there was little need for auctioneer Mr. Warwick Anderson to remind us just how much is happening in the area. The stylish and imposing fa├žade, large, contemporary living spaces, myriad of potential uses and an evocative view were insufficient to inspire any bidders from the safe haven under a large tree on the opposite side of Thomas Street. Having pitched the property in the $2,500,000 market, Mr Anderson opened the bidding with a vendor bid of this amount and called for rises of $25,000. Silence from the crowd of 30-odd lead to an early half-time break during which much of the crowd returned to their homes or perhaps down the road for brunch! A further attempt to start bid was unfortunately unsuccessful, the only action coming from the buzz and activity of the inner city lifestyle on offer. The property was passed in with a promise to remain at the site to deal with any post auction interest.
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Saturday 23 March 2013, 11:00am
Warwick Anderson, RT Edgar
Phillip French, RT Edgar
$2,500,000
$2,500,000(Vendor Bid)
$2,500,000(Vendor Pass)
Passed In
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