Functional and stylish
The modern, four-bedroom family home at 8 Moore St, Echuca, has many features which set it apart, including stunning fixtures and fittings, polished timber floorboards and cathedral ceilings in the family room. The kitchen with stainlesssteel appliances includes a walk-in pantry. The home has been cleverly designed and has a contemporary decor, ducted heating and cooling and ducted vacuum system. The master bedroom has a huge walk-in robe, powder room and ensuite. A formal lounge, entrance and open kitchen/meals/living area complete the inside. Outside is an undercover timber decked entertainment The district real estate market is experiencing solid activity from buyers and sellers, according to LJ Hooker Echuca-Moama principal Stephen Tonkin. ‘‘The New Year is well and truly in full swing and we are now seeing strong activity with an increase in listings and a spike in buyer interest,’’ Mr Tonkin said. ‘‘Autumn is always a busy time of year for the Echuca property market. ‘‘Many sellers make the decision to sell over the area and sprinkler system to water the garden. The property is open for inspection tomorrow from 11.45am to 12.15pm and will be auctioned on Saturday, summer holiday period so by the time they get organised, sort their finances and choose an agent it is generally around March, April and May when they get their property listed. ‘‘The same goes for buyers whose new year’s resolution is to buy a property which explains the buyer interest we’ve been experiencing. ‘‘This increase in listings is great news for buyers as there are more properties to choose from and sellers benefit with an increase in interest in their property,’’ he said. May 14, at 1.30pm at the Port of Echuca Quality Inn. Inquiries to Rowena Ash at Charles L King and Co First National, phone 5482 2111 or 0414 472 962.
Autumn brings out buyers and sellers in Echuca
Buying or investing in property still remains at the top of many Australians’ wish list for 2011. Buyer and seller confidence has not stopped despite the difficult start to the year. ‘‘I think with rents increasing and a squeeze on vacancy rates this means the desire to own your own property keeps getting stronger for more Australians. ‘‘People are more determined to save a deposit to buy their first property or even buy an investment property.’’
8 Moore St, Echuca Charles L King and Co First National, phone 5482 2111