No. 64 Correys Ave in Concord sold for $2.025 million.
A SINGLE-level four-bedroom home in Concord has sold prior to auction for a strong price of $2.025 million.
The house at 64 Correys Ave was set to go to auction on November 10, but there were two buyers keen to get a deal done before the auction date.
Dib Chidiac of Raine and Horne Concord sold it with Lochlan Grahame.
It was one of five sales Mr Chidiac and his team had this week, with 13 Correys Square in Cabarita also selling for $1.99 million.
The backyard of the Concord home.
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Mr Chidiac negotiated the price up after it passed in at auction for $1.9 million.
At the other end of the price scale, a one-bedroom unit at 21/27 Bennelong Parkway in Wentworth Point sold through Mr Chidiac and Michael Chidiac for $458,000.
It was a first homebuyer who got the keys, attracted to the views, modern interiors and high quality facilities on offer.
No. 13 Correys Square in Cabarita sold for $1.99 million.
Across Sydney there were 631 auctions on Saturday, with the preliminary clearance rate at 48.72 per cent, per CoreLogic data. In the inner west, the clearance rate from 74 auctions was 61.22 per cent, one of Sydney’s strongest regions.
Over in Balmain, a four-bedroom cottage at 7 James St has sold at auction for $2.77 million, the top reported sale price in the inner west.
The property, which is on a 240sqm block, sold through Monique Dower and Madeleine Russell of Belle Property-Balmain.
No. 7 James St in Balmain sold for $2.77 million — the top auction result.
Features of the home include an open-plan kitchen, large living and dining areas and an outdoor kitchenette for entertaining.
Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, it is close to both Punch Park and shopping on Darling St.
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All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, there is ducted airconditioning throughout and it also has views of Sydney Tower and Anzac Bridge.
At 144 Henderson Rd in Alexandria, a five-bedroom home also sold prior for $1.67 million.
Selling agent Imran Hamidi of McGrath-Edgecliff had 29 groups through the home and issued 10 contracts.
The house last sold in November 2014 for $1.3 million.
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