Four bidders contested the auction of an updated Belmont home on Saturday.
The three-bedroom home at 34 Davis St sold under the mallet for $690,000.
Hayeswinckle, worker Rachael Taylor said the sale was $65,000 above the substitute price.
A patient local duo edged out first-home purchasers ensuring the keys, and are keen to move in and continue experiencing the all the perks of the 3216 postcode.
And, they won’t have to shift far as they come from a neighbouring area.
“We’ve been looking for most of the year, but not participating in auctions until very recently, ” the buyer said.
“We sold recently in the locating so we wanted to stay close.”
The merchants won’t have far to move, either, as they’re onto bigger grasslands only down the road.
“They’re upsizing, they’ve bought a bigger home in Grovedale with a kitty, ” Ms Taylor said.
Ms Taylor said the reserve price was $625,000, and that most of the bidders were first-home purchasers keen on the locating close to school zones.
“It was a really good campaign coming out of the back of lockdown, ” she said.
The property is moving interval to Highton Village and consignments of schools.
Inside, beam flooring peculiarities throughout and the kitchen has stainless-steel contraptions and plenty of closet space.
Each of the bedrooms has a built-in wardrobe and the sunlight crowded living/ breakfast nook with divide structure and open fire overlooking the large front yard.
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