The three-bedroom waterfront home at 21/73 Peninsula Drive was on the market for four and half weeks and sold to a family who were downsizing from Strathfield. The previous owner has snapped up penthouse in June 2014 for $1.91 million. There were plenty interested parties with 35 groups through and a couple of potential buyers. Susan King of McGrath Inner West Concord sold the home and said the exclusive location made it a very tightly held spot.
Property within the inner west is renowned as continually being in high demand compared to other parts of Sydney, with prices remaining steady despite a slowdown across the board. The auction market has continued to show signs of life as well, with the clearance rate for the inner west at 76 per cent over the weekend, while in the inner city it was at 87 per cent.
Built in c.1895 and on 222 sqm plot of land, the home at 19 Bruce St attracted a lot of interest. There were 150 groups through the inspections while 16 contracts were issued. The vendor Ulick Gage is an architect who was selling after 24 years of ownership in order to downsize. Four bidders registered for the auction, with all participating.
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