31 Price St, Torquay sold after auction.
AN ARCHITECTURALLY-designed house in a sought after old Torquay location has sold after auction.
A live bid of $2 million from buyers advocate Tony Slack started the auction of 31 Price St.
One Agency, Torquay agent Shaun O’Callaghan added a vendor bid of $2.25 million, which was the top end of the quoted asking range of $2.15 million to $2.25 million, before passing the property in.
The house was designed by local architect Lachlan Shepherd.
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Mr O’Callaghan then negotiated with Mr Slack and secured a sale above the quoted range.
“The buyer is from the Geelong/Surf Coast region and is scaling down from a larger property and were looking for something central and convenient,” he said.
The kitchen has a glass splashback.
The property is walking distance to everything in Torquay.
Mr Slack said his clients had always been fond of Torquay and were drawn to the Lachlan Shepherd designed house.
The stunning house has four bedrooms, three separate living spaces plus an outdoor entertainment area with inviting solar heated swimming pool.
The property is walking distance to the shops and beach.
The median house price in Torquay has increased 9.3 per cent in the past year to $785,000, according to CoreLogic.