Real Estate

big rippleside house sets street record as downsizers swoop

Written by The ReReport

20 St David St, Rippleside sold for more than $1.25 million.

A SCARCITY of available properties means Rippleside is pretty much hot property despite the prevailing market conditions.
And is was so at 20 St David St where a couple downsizing from acreage emerged with a signed contract after paying more than $1.25 million at auction on Saturday.


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20 St David St, Rippleside sold for more than $1.25 million.

The first floor rumpus offers views of the surrounding neighbourhood.

Hodges, Geelong West agent Jeff Begg said the price would remain undisclosed, but revealed the four-bedroom house sold for above the $1.15 million to $1.25 million quoted price range.
That makes it the most expensive sale in the street, which is near St Helens Beach and North Geelong train station.
The previous mark was $770,000 for a contemporary townhouse.

Buyers downsizing from acreage secured the four-bedroom house at auction.

“Rippleside is always hot just because there is never much for sale there,” Mr Begg said.
The four-bedroom house blends classic and contemporary features, including a granite kitchen with European appliances and an open plan dining and living area with polished floorboards, high ceilings, a fireplace and huge windows with attractive garden outlooks.

There are presently six homes on the market in Rippleside, but only two of those has four bedrooms.

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