123 Normanby Drive, Greenvale, a five-bedroom showpiece with a “jaw-dropping” 100sq m outdoor party zone, sold strongly on the weekend.
A grand property with a “jaw-dropping” 100sq m outdoor party zone has become the newest member of Greenvale’s million-dollar club.
The five-bedroom house on a 2002sq m block at 123 Normanby Drive sold within its $1.3-$1.4 million price range and above its owners’ expectations.
CoreLogic figures show the property is the 12th to sell for more than $1 million in Greenvale this year.
The highest price paid in the suburb this year was $1.6 million, splashed on a five-bedroom house on 4050sq m at 13 Queensferry Place in September.
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Buyers from the local area snapped up the home.
The interior is elegant and sophisticated.
Ray White Gladstone Park’s Malek Younan that while the market had slowed down in Greenvale, demand for top-end properties continued to soar.
“Luxury homes on a big blocks from 2000-4000sq m are sought-after, particularly by families wanting more space and all the modern comforts,” he said.
The two bidders who competed for the property at the auction on the weekend were from the local area.
“It was a good auction with a steady flow of bids from the two groups who knew the property’s worth,” Mr Younan said.
The deluxe kitchen.
The couple who won the keys had wanted to upgrade to a larger, quality property and was impressed by this home’s grandeur and position in an exclusive tree-lined pocket.
The striking double-storey showpiece featured a winged staircase, high ceilings and quality floor and window coverings.
An entertainer’s dream come true, it had multiple indoor and outdoor living zones, plus a dazzling kitchen with granite benchtops and deluxe appliances.
The huge 100sq m outdoor entertainment zone.
“The 100sq m outdoor entertainment zone with a spit and pizza oven is jaw-dropping,” Mr Younan said.
The property also came with a basketball ring, fully equipped theatre room, double-glazed tinted windows, and five garages.
Owners who had lived there for 13 years were downsizing to another home in the area, Mr Younan said.
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