IT CERTAINLY was a fantastic Friday for one buyer in Newtown, who moved quickly to secure a three-bedroom house for $1.74 million.
The brand new home at 33 Fitzgerald St was a winner at the 2017 Excellence in Housing Awards, with the designIT CERTAINLY was a fantastic Friday for one buyer in Newtown, who moved quickly to secure a three-bedroom house for $1.74 million.
The brand new home at 33 Fitzgerald St was a winner at the 2017 Excellence in Housing Awards, with the design a major factor in the buyer’s decision.
Sold as a private treaty, selling agent Jonathan Viewey of Viewey Real Estate said interest was solid throughout, with the upsizing couple deciding not to wait around.
The buyers loved the interiors.Source:Supplied
“They saw it for the first time on Thursday and bought it on Friday,” he said.
There were just 12 auctions in the inner west over the Easter weekend, with CoreLogic putting the preliminary clearance rate at 77.78 per cent.
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The pair fell in love with the superb finishes and weren’t deterred by the lack of parking as they didn’t have a car.
“You don’t often see this sort of detail,” added Mr Viewey.
The house sold via private treaty.Source:Supplied
Features of the home include an open-plan layout with Blackbutt timber flooring and a stone kitchen with European appliances.
The house was sold with Nicholas Viewey.
Originally published as Buyers spend big on Good Friday
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