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603

Sold

271

Passed In

662

Total Auction Volume ($M)

416

Sold At Auction

187

Sold Before Auction

0

Sold After Auction

60

Withdrawn

83

Postponed

529

Not Reported

Private Sales

240

Reported

203

Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 28 May 2022 06:40 PM

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Houses

Apartments

Top Houses

Address Price
19-27 Ireland St WEST MELBOURNE $3,625,000
33 Grandview Av GLEN IRIS $3,500,000
43 Aberdeen Rd PRAHRAN $3,400,000
106-108 Hall Rd WARRANDYTE SOUTH $3,230,000
6 Mersey St BOX HILL NORTH $2,787,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
1/17 Bowen St KEW $1,915,000
4A Blackshaw St MCKINNON $1,908,888
98 Esplanade West PORT MELBOURNE $1,560,000
3/6 Selkirk Av MCKINNON $1,530,000
54 Rosamond St BALACLAVA $1,500,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
5A Lovat Ct COOLAROO $465,000
26 Carina Dr MELTON $465,000
47/330 Sydenham Rd SYDENHAM $465,500
34 Vincent Cr WERRIBEE $505,000
2/10 Bonita Av TARNEIT $505,500

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
6/143 Booran Rd CAULFIELD SOUTH $267,000
5/103 Gordon St FOOTSCRAY $283,000
4/83 Westbury St ST KILDA EAST $292,000
7/562 Pascoe Vale Rd PASCOE VALE $296,000
9/62 Andrew St MELTON SOUTH $310,000

Last Updated: 28 May 2022 06:40 PM

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