27 Loch St, East Geelong sold before auction.
AN OFFER too good to refuse resulted in a single fronted california bungalow in East Geelong selling before auction.
The $700,000 offer for 27 Loch St surpassed the price guide of $620,000 to $670,000.
Eastwood Andrews, Geelong agent Amanda Frick said the vendors received an “amazing offer” they couldn’t refuse.
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The updated house has modern and period features.
“I did have some other interested parties but not at that level,” Ms Frick said.
“The buyers are from Ocean Grove and will be moving into town to be a bit closer to everything.”
She said buyers tended to ask the question if offers prior to auction would be accepted but most vendors were keen to take it to auction.
The compact kitchen.
A central courtyard connects the main bedroom with the rest of the house.
The cute two-bedroom has been restored and extended and blends period features with modern updates.
One bedroom and the open-plan living area are positioned at the front of the house while a hallway leads past a central courtyard to the main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.
The property also has rear lane access to a single car space.
The median house price in East Geelong has increased 13.1 per cent in the past year to $650,500, according to CoreLogic.