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Auction Results

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307

Sold

67

Passed In

258

Total Auction Volume ($M)

197

Sold At Auction

110

Sold Before Auction

0

Sold After Auction

1

Withdrawn

4

Postponed

27

Not Reported

Private Sales

729

Reported

534

Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 16 Jan 2021 06:07 PM

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Houses

Apartments

Top Houses

Address Price
280 Dorcas St SOUTH MELBOURNE $3,505,000
13 Grove Rd HAWTHORN $3,240,000
7 Milan St MENTONE $2,665,000
28 Harding St BENTLEIGH $1,996,000
39 Cecil St KEW $1,880,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
1/10 Avondale Gr MOUNT WAVERLEY $1,355,000
2/23 Sage St OAKLEIGH EAST $1,185,000
54 Dunlavin Rd NUNAWADING $1,180,000
2/20 Francis St BLACKBURN $1,150,000
2/20 Gillman St CHELTENHAM $1,121,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
15 Greens Rd WYNDHAM VALE $420,000
11 Cassowary Av WERRIBEE $430,000
80 Kurunjang Dr KURUNJANG $440,000
47 Oarsome Dr DELAHEY $468,000
9 Martha Ct CRAIGIEBURN $480,500

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
7/22 Moodemere St NOBLE PARK $219,500
115/600 Epsom Rd FLEMINGTON $350,000
7/868 Plenty Rd SOUTH MORANG $420,000
1704/33 City Rd SOUTHBANK $430,000
620/8 Railway Rd CHELTENHAM $440,000

Last Updated: 16 Jan 2021 06:07 PM

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