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buyers end year long search in belmont as 1950s house is traded for first time

Written by The ReReport

18 Brocka Ave, Belmont, sold for $580,000 after auction.

A BELMONT house offered to the market for the first time since it was built in the 1950s has found new owners after auction.
The three-bedroom house in a popular west Belmont location at 18 Brocka Ave sold after Saturday’s auction for $580,000.


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18 Brocka Ave, Belmont, sold for $580,000 after auction.

18 Brocka Ave, Belmont, sold for $580,000 after auction.

Stockdale & Leggo, Belmont agent Laura Berry, who listed the property with colleague David Graham, said the local buyers had been on the house hunt for about 12 months before the secured the 635sq m property near Highton Village.

“It was quite neat, very original. It only had one owner and it was a brick house with three bedrooms, two living areas and space for two cars,” Ms Berry said.
The property has a strong walk score, with Roslyn Primary School and Belmont High nearby, plus the Barwon River and Highton Village shops.

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