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794

Sold At Auction

197

Sold Before Auction

3

Sold After Auction

404

Private Sales

450

Passed In

194

Passed In Vendor Bid

69

Withdrawn

31

Postponed

122

No Results

71%

Clearance Rate Houses

64%

Clearance Rate Units

810

Total Auction Volume ($M)

292

Total Private sales Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 21 Dec 2017 09:09 AM

Top Houses

Address Price
3 Bennett Ct LEOPOLD $4,085,000
173 Drummond St CARLTON $3,825,000
6 Belmont Av DEEPDENE $3,680,000
914 Burke Rd DEEPDENE $3,080,000
96 Wooralla Dr MOUNT ELIZA $3,000,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
56E Beach Rd HAMPTON $2,440,000
2/108-110 Moor St FITZROY $1,850,000
54/461 St Kilda Rd MELBOURNE $1,825,000
1/69 Denbigh Rd ARMADALE $1,681,000
34B Marara Rd CAULFIELD SOUTH $1,675,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
21 Hereford Dr BELMONT $48,000
9 St Georges Rd NORLANE $325,000
93 Mcclelland Av LARA $326,000
35 Townsend Rd WHITTINGTON $331,000
23 Stalwart Av HASTINGS $347,500

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
114/141 Waverley Rd MALVERN EAST $112,000
4/327 High St THOMASTOWN $261,500
4/9 Phillip St FRANKSTON $283,500
1/23 Hume Av MELTON SOUTH $290,000
202/82 Epping Rd EPPING $300,000

Last Updated: 21 Dec 2017 09:09 AM

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