When a derelict Marrickville home went on the market for the first time in more than a century on Saturday, buyers knew it was going to be a big auction.
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It seems there’s no quenching the appetites of Sydney renovators and builders, who paid top dollar this weekend for a handful of properties that have seen better days.
Brighton properties were left high and dry this week, with nine of 14 listed auctions passed in.
First-home buyers were left “disappointed but not surprised” when a Richmond art deco apartment sold for almost $200,000 above reserve.
A 91-square-metre block in Glebe has been snapped up by an investor for $1.61 million
Worth $3 million, the 189-square-metre pile is minutes from the beach.
The agent is gearing up for what he expects will be a $3.5 million sale.
A recently-built house in Morningside, one street over from popular Balmoral, was the centre of stiff competition from serious buyers Saturday morning.
The rain bucketing down on Saturday morning did little to dampen rapid-fire bidding for an eastern suburbs home that sold for $180,000 above reserve.