Fyansford home nets $1M in document sale for brand new property


A STYLISH new construct in Fyansford has grow to be the most costly dwelling to promote on an ordinary residential block within the township, cracking the $1 million mark.

Patrons paid $1.015 million for the five-bedroom home at 113 Monier Way, setting a benchmark for resales within the space’s new property.

It follows one other fast $1 million sale one block away on the peak of the lockdown in April.

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McGrath, Geelong agent Jim Cross mentioned consumers locked out of close by premium suburbs had been embracing Fyansford and forking out on high quality constructed properties.

He mentioned the distributors of the cut up degree home supposed to dwell in it themselves however had been capable of capitalise once they ending up transferring interstate for work.

“What we’re discovering in that a part of Fyansford, within the new areas, is that persons are spending extra capital on buildings in there,” Mr Cross mentioned.

“There may be nothing obtainable in Newtown or Manifold Heights however as a result of it’s so accessible to the Newtown faculties you will have lots of people which can be wanting to construct and they’re driving up the Deviation.”

The home, on a 498sq m block, was architect designed to border views over the Moorabool Valley, with home windows dominating two sides of the open-plan residing zone on the higher degree.

One other rumpus room is zoned with the 4 youngsters’s bedrooms downstairs and hyperlinks to a coated deck for out of doors entertaining and a garden.

“It was a stunning dwelling, it was architecturally designed and fantastically constructed,” Mr Cross mentioned.

“The house owners constructed it for themselves, they put in actually good high quality finishes and issues like double glazing.”

He mentioned beautiful landscaping alongside the Moorabool River had added to the enchantment of Fyansford growth.

ICD Property and Supalai, the builders behind the GenFyansford housing property on the previous Geelong Cement land, at the moment are in search of consumers to activate 6.23ha of economic land earmarked for the Fyansford city centre.

The earlier prime sale for a home on an ordinary residential block in Fyansford was $1 million, for 21 McAuliffe Drive.

That luxurious four-bedroom home on 392sq m was bought by Whitford, Newtown agent John Moran in 9 days, in accordance with CoreLogic.