A local family will be upsizing into 12 Beta Rd, Lane Cove, after paying $2.76 million for the property in a pre-auction bid.
A LOCAL upgrading family are celebrating after paying $2.76 million to secure 12 Beta Rd in Lane Cove, prior to auction.
The property had been scheduled to go to auction on Saturday, with a price guide of $2.75 million.
The five-bedroom home is located in a cluster of streets named after the Greek alphabet.
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Other streets include Alpha Rd, Delta Rd, Gamma Rd and Zeta Rd.
The rumpus room reaches into the ceiling.
Sold by Belle Property Lane Cove agents Simon Harrison and Jess Goodman, the pair had 35 inspections, issued four contracts and had two parties very keen to negotiate.
“We had a lot of upgrading local families inspect this property because it is one of the best spots in the area to raise a family,” Mr Harrison said.
The vendors Peter Robson, a local accountant, and his wife, Linda, have lived at the Beta Rd home for the past 24 years and now have plans to downsize.
“We don’t need as much space now and it would be lovely for another family to enjoy all the space this house affords, as well as the enjoyment of the swimming pool,” Mrs Robson said.
The Greek cluster is made up of a number of streets named after the alphabet including Alpha Rd, Zeta Rd, Gamma Rd, and Beta Rd.
The sits on 876sqm of land and a has a number of outdoor spaces.
Selling agent Mr Harrison said the Greek cluster is a highly regarded part of Lane Cove that families crave to live in.
“The streets are well known by locals for their quirky names and desirable location only a few minutes’ walk from Lane Cove village. See attachment, right bottom corner of map,” he said.
Sitting on 876sqm of land, the home has a prized north-to-rear aspect and was target towards family needing space to grow.
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