19 Brolga Crescent, Condon, was recorded for just $99,000 – about $14,000 less in value the proprietor paid 23 years back.
Retailing at absurd $99,000, this renovator with a 809sq m square attracted various offers only days for conceivably the deal of the year in Queensland.
The three bedder, one bath and two vehicle house was recorded as having sold only four days in the instant of being released to the public a week ago.
It hit the market with the $99,000 bargain price on Wednesday and started drawing offers immediately, five of which were handled by the proprietor who had paid $113,500 for the home 23 years prior.
The poor condition of the house, which was vacant for a considerable length of time was too extreme for certain purchasers who examined it.
It was the lowest ptice for a three bedroom house recorded in Queensland, with the home sitting on an enormous 809sq m square less then half an hour from the Townsville CBD.
The property, situated at 19 Brolga Crescent, Condon, saw more than 30 individuals experience its entryways at Saturday’s veiwing alone, however cashed individuals had started pouring in on Thursday and Friday also, said realtor Michele Hyde of Re/Max Townsville.
The home had plainly encountered more promising times.
“We had five composed offers and (the proprietor) acknowledged one of them. what’s more, it sold for more than the asking cost.”
At $99,000, the asking cost had ” great potential”, she said.
“It was an extraordinary chance. A developer has acquired it. It’s extremely uncommon to locate a home like what simply has been vacant for so long.”
She said the property was not in the flood zone either.
The outstanding task at hand, drew offers from developers, builders and speculators.
“The location is very close to the river, and has dazzling perspectives. A few people thought it was simply a stressing amount of work.The buyer must be a purchaser who truly had knowlegde of what they were doing.”
The posting said the highset home was “the absolute best purchase in Townsville”.
“At no other time have we seen such worth, so this won’t be accessible for long time,” it said. It was spot on.
Citied from Townsville Bulletin 25 Nov, 2019 Writter Sophie Foster