11 Clissold St, Lorne has a historical aspect to it.
FORTY-eight hours is all it took to sell a charming early 1900s weatherboard cottage in Lorne.
The cute three-bedroom cottage at 11 Clissold St was updated a few years ago and sold for $720,000.
Great Ocean Road Real Estate, Lorne agent Michael Coutts said it was on the market for 48 hours and sold just a whisker over the asking price as there were two people put in offers.
The kitchen has been updated.
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“There is a lot of heat in the Lorne entry to midpoint market, anything under $1 million is very, very strong,” Mr Coutts said.
A Geelong party were the successful buyers and they plan on using the property as a holiday home.
The house will be the ideal holiday home.
Sit back and relax.
Mr Coutts said most of their buyers were from Melbourne but there were still a few from Geelong.
“It is so convenient, an hour door to door,” he said.
The cottage has three bedrooms, one bathroom, an updated kitchen and an east-facing sunroom.
The 350sq m property is 150m to the start of the shops and 650m to the beach.
The median house price in Lorne is $1.05 million, according to CoreLogic.