28 Alice Rd, Aireys Inlet is surrounded by established trees.
THE holiday house market in Aireys Inlet is strong with some holiday-makers trading up.
This was the case for the Melbourne party that bought 28 Alice Rd for $1.28 million.
Great Ocean Properties, Aireys Inlet agent Marty Maher said the buyers were trading up from another house in the area.
The living area faces north.
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“They love the area and wanted to upgrade rather than rebuild,” Mr Maher said.
“We had two parties bidding on it in the end, both from Melbourne.”
The 1023sq m property is walking distance to shops, restaurants and the family friendly Sandy Gully beach.
The backyard has lots of fruit trees.
The two-storey house has two bedrooms and a north-facing open-plan kitchen, meals area and loungeroom on the ground floor.
Upstairs is the main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and retreat with kitchenette and balcony.
A paved patio is the ideal spot for relaxed barbecues on sunny days and it overlooks an abundance of fruit trees.
The median house price in Aireys Inlet has increased 6.1 per cent in the past year to $780,000, according to CoreLogic.