Sydney auctions: Rusted home in Mt Druitt sells beneath the hammer for $1.38 million –


The Beames Ave home bought for $80,000 over reserve.

A rusty cottage on an enormous parcel of land set a brand new file value for Mt Druitt when it bought beneath the hammer for $1.38 million.

The worth was $80,000 over reserve and the primary sale within the suburb above $1 million in near a 12 months.

Promoting agent Paige Oliver of Nidus Group stated the sale represented “land worth” contemplating the two-bedroom home was uninhabitable however got here on a 1700 sqm block.

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The client is known to be a “land banker” planning to resell the house when the native zoning modifications.

The property is 1700 sqm.

9 bidders registered for the public sale of the Beames Ave property, a mixture of builders and people wanting to construct their dream dwelling.

Bidding began at $1 million and 4 of the registered consumers raised their bidder playing cards.

Ms Oliver stated rejuvenation works on the Mt Druitt CBD have been a possible issue within the excessive sale value.

The enhancements have been attracting buyers eager to capitalise on the potential development in dwelling values, she stated.

“Lots of people have sturdy opinions about Mt Druitt and we received numerous that on social media after we first listed the property however the quantity within the value speaks for itself,” Ms Paige stated.

The distributors, 4 siblings, have been “delighted” with the end result, she added.

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The earlier highest value for a single residential property in Mt Druitt was the $1.3 million paid for a four-bedroom home on Callagher St again in 2017 when the market was coming off a three-year growth.

The 2-bedroom home was rundown.

There have been a variety of different sturdy auctions within the Higher Western Sydney area on Saturday.

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A 3-bedroom home on Moree Ave in Westmead bought for $1.605 million, $105,000 over reserve.

It provided improvement potential and is located within the catchment space of one in every of Western Sydney’s hottest public colleges.


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