A remarkable mudbrick sanctuary surrounded by the Bannockburn shrublands was snapped with a pre-auction offer that was too good to refuse.
Geelong’s family paid $ 1.21 million to remove a quirky four-bedroom home with an impressive curved roof from the market.
The offer was $ 60,000 above the vendor’s suggested price. 39 Wear Street..
Geelong agent Eugene Carroll’s Maxwell Collins said sellers initially wanted to test the market at auction, but increased uncertainty about the extension of the blockage prevented some Melbourne buyers from attending. I was worried that it might be.
“Some people were really disappointed that they couldn’t beat it,” Carroll said.
“The offer came and it was a good offer, it was beyond the upper limit of the question range.
“If it drives the auction campaign crazy, you need to.”
The lounge room, hung on a bed in a dry stream with arched windows edging the magnificent red gum of the river, is an architect-designed house highlight that captures the sensation of living in a bush. is.
The 3306 sqm shelter is surrounded by reserves on three sides, creating a stunning natural backdrop for its private swimming pool and outdoor entertainment area.
Carroll said the settings and unusual design caught the buyer’s attention.
“They were a young family and were very excited about the size of the land and the accommodation,” he said.
“Even the elements of loft novelty are surprising in every corner.
“The two previous owners said their grandchildren love love. This is one of the spaces they don’t use all the time, but it’s perfect for oversleeping.”
The curved walls are immediately intriguing to the second living area and central dining room, adjacent to the modern kitchen with polished concrete floors.
The main bedroom has a refurbished bathroom with a separate bathtub, and the mezzanine loft can be a home office or studio.
Carroll said the couple who bought the house only inspected it separately, as a recent sudden ban on inspections cut off their plans to revisit it together.
“But at least they were miles ahead of some other people who only saw it online. That was a big advantage,” he said.
He said the Queensland-based vendor has already instructed his Queensland-based son to look for another property.
Place of originMud brick Bannockburn haven snapped up before auction