oc | Thursday 9th April

152 Finch Street, GLEN IRIS


152 Finch Street, GLEN IRIS

1
Under Hammer
0
1
BOUGHT* - Undisclosed
“Many of our agents live close by so we’ll be neighbours with the successful bidder!” said auctioneer James Tostevin to the 60 spectators who were enjoying the mid-morning sunshine. A quiet start saw Mr Tostevin submit an opening vendor bid of $2,000,000, asking for $25,000 rises. Bidder 1 heard the call and offered $2,025,000, quickly countered by a second bidder at $2,050,000. Another party offered $10,000 but Mr Tostevin let them know that he wasn’t prepared to slow the bidding just yet. The $25,000 rises continued until $2,100,000 when bidding stalled and Mr Tostevin went inside to seek instructions. On his return, Bidder 3 appeared at $2,125,000 but Bidder 2 had the momentum as the price rose to $2,200,000. At $2,220,000 the house was pronounced on the market, but as the words left Mr Tostevin’s mouth, the bids rocketed up in $10,000 increments to $2,400,000 in a battle between Bidder 2 and Bidder 5. Bidder 2 who competed strongly from the start was successful, purchasing this home for an undisclosed amount.
5
Saturday 23 March 2013, 10:30 am
James Tostevin, Marshall White
James Tostevin, Marshall White
$0
$2,000,000(Vendor Bid)
$2,220,000
Under Hammer
5
60
Strong


Nicole Brooks
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