Storm-damaged Beecroft house sells nicely over reserve at public sale


Room for enchancment – 6 Bingara Rd, Beecroft.


A household dug deep to purchase a storm-damaged home in Sydney on Saturday, unperturbed by the smashed up storage and the tarpaulin overlaying the roof.

Greater than 30 individuals turned out to the public sale at 6 Bingara Rd, with six patrons registering to bid on the three-bedroom home on 935sqm.

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There was loads of curiosity within the property, regardless of the actual fact it’s in want of main repairs for the storm harm.

Restore prices had been estimated between $50,000 and $100,000.

Betty Ockerlander, of McGrath Epping, took 78 teams by the house within the lead-up to the public sale and issued 30 contracts.

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Bidding opened at $1.three million, only a contact under the reserve of $1.35 million. Three of the bidders took half, buying and selling 22 bids earlier than the hammer fell on the ultimate sale value of $1,492,500.

A neighborhood household plan to restore the home, prolong it and them transfer in, Ms Ockerlander stated.

The house’s location had broad enchantment for households. The nook block is within the sought-after Cheltenham Women’ and Carlingford Highschool catchments.

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