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306

Sold

131

Passed In

363

Total Auction Volume ($M)

210

Sold At Auction

93

Sold Before Auction

3

Sold After Auction

39

Withdrawn

50

Postponed

225

Not Reported

Private Sales

168

Reported

155

Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 21 May 2022 06:07 PM

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Houses

Apartments

Top Houses

Address Price
58 May St FITZROY NORTH $3,500,000
117 Rowell Av CAMBERWELL $3,310,000
25 Locke St ESSENDON $3,300,000
33 Llaneast St ARMADALE $2,900,000
2 Cromwell St GLEN IRIS $2,700,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
4B Hornby St BEAUMARIS $2,745,000
3/2 Como Av SOUTH YARRA $2,500,000
9B Kilara Rd MENTONE $1,804,500
207/28 Curzon St WEST MELBOURNE $1,705,000
1/259 Barkly St ST KILDA $1,630,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
29 Richard Rd MELTON SOUTH $380,000
11 Bourke Rd MELTON SOUTH $428,000
2/3 Bowerbird Pl TRUGANINA $520,000
22 Baden Dr HOPPERS CROSSING $520,000
22 Rathdowne Cirt MELTON WEST $520,000

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
16/96 Glass St ESSENDON $356,000
4/47 Railway Pl.W FLEMINGTON $405,000
6/158 Victoria Rd HAWTHORN EAST $420,000
8/237-239 Ascot Vale Rd ASCOT VALE $430,000
3/45 Danks La KENSINGTON $465,000

Last Updated: 21 May 2022 06:07 PM

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