Grand Roseville estate sells in 13 days for a whopping $10.1m

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Big sale – 58 Shirley Rd, Roseville.

It took the Roseville family 30 years to decide to sell their home, and only 13 days to find a buyer with a $ 10.1m check.

Glen KaranMcGrath Lindfield says there are a lot of buyers in that price range.

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He conducted 24 private tests at 58 Shirley Road Within days of bringing 6480 square meters of real estate to market, we signed six contracts with serious buyers.

He says it only took four offers to make the deal. That’s well above the $ 8.8 million guide.

“Pricing was very difficult because there was nothing on the market for a very long time,” says Karan.

“The fact that multiple parties are preparing to pay cash shows how strong the current market is.”

Roseville is getting stronger and stronger this year. In August, one of its most iconic properties, 35 William St, broke the suburban price record by about $ 5 million and increased sales. Lisa Davis When Jessica Khao, Ray White Upper North Shore, about $ 13.8 million.

Shirley Road’s home was scheduled to be auctioned on October 23, but Karan says family buyers were very keen to secure an early sale.

“They fell in love with privacy, space and gardens,” he says.

“That’s a great result.”

58 Shirley Road, Roseville.

At the end of a private drive, with a tennis court, pool with cabanas, 1000 bottles of wine cellar and even a putting green, this estate has a lot to offer.

Carefully crafted federation homes have a lot of charm of the times, but they’re also packed with modern features to suit different lifestyles.

Surrounded by a traditional wraparound terrace, the ground floor offers a wide footprint to choose between formal and informal spaces. The highlight for the buyer was also a unique circular home office with an adjoining kitchen and a separate entrance. This is ideal for those who work from home.

According to Karan, agents are looking forward to hosting another public open house and live on-site auction this week. This is in return for New South Wales’ 70% double vaccination status.

“There will be more new listings, but I think the inventory is still tight,” he says.

“There is no significant slowdown during the traditional Christmas period.”

And now, he says, many buyers are rejuvenating to buy to stay in their new home by Christmas.

“If you really want to go to a new home for Christmas, we have a window of about 30-40 days,” he says.

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