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Auction Results

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369

Sold At Auction

103

Sold Before Auction

1

Sold After Auction

255

Private Sales

115

Passed In

34

Passed In Vendor Bid

17

Withdrawn

39

Postponed

286

No Results

82%

Clearance Rate Houses

79%

Clearance Rate Units

495

Total Auction Volume ($M)

219

Total Private sales Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 05 Dec 2020 06:13 PM

Top Houses

Address Price
12 Villiers St ELSTERNWICK $4,100,000
3 Mont Albert Rd CANTERBURY $3,205,000
5 Bowen St HAWTHORN $2,950,000
40 Marine Pde ABBOTSFORD $2,810,000
27 Mathoura Rd TOORAK $2,535,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
18 Arnold Rd BRIGHTON EAST $2,150,000
1/23 Northcote Av BALWYN $1,930,000
53A Moonya Rd CARNEGIE $1,680,000
86 Courtney St NORTH MELBOURNE $1,600,000
107A Broughton Rd SURREY HILLS $1,515,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
33 Eaton St MELTON SOUTH $282,000
40 Centenary Cr WERRIBEE $357,000
372A Warrigal Rd CHELTENHAM $420,000
10 Storrington Av HOPPERS CROSSING $440,000
239 High St BELMONT $480,000

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
13/51 Buckley St MOONEE PONDS $320,000
503/1 High St PRESTON $370,000
1/176-178 Somerset Rd CAMPBELLFIELD $375,000
1/7 Devenport Ct ALTONA MEADOWS $396,000
8/14 Yendon Rd CARNEGIE $400,000

Last Updated: 05 Dec 2020 06:13 PM

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