Great coastal outlook
sold to a family for $836,000.
All the interested parties were all looking at it as a holiday home, he said.
Mr Bradler reported his office sold seven properties scheduled for auction over the Australia Day weekend, including a three-bedroom holiday home at 30 Seaview St, the top auction sale reported to CoreLogic RP Data for the Mornington Peninsula last weekend.
Designed with curved ceilings, the home was snapped up by a Melbourne family for $960,000 after auction.
While January is usually a busy time for agents in coastal areas, drumming up interest for city auctions can lead to some innovative campaigning.
That’s just what the directors at Ray White, Craigieburn, have turned to, creating an auction carnival and family fun day today at the Hume Tennis and Community Centre. Ray White agents have 10 Craigieburn properties lined up for the inroom auction from noon.
While buyers are invited into the conference room where the auctions will be conducted from 1pm, there will be plenty of other activities outdoors, including jumping castles, an animal farm, a barbecue and the piece de resistance, a dunk the auctioneer attraction.
CoreLogic RP Data expects 137 auctions across Melbourne this week, including 25 on the Mornington Peninsula.