2 Bogie Court, Anglesea is located in a quiet and private spot.
THE first open for inspection is all it took for a party to fall in love with a modern Anglesea beach house.
Sixteen parties inspected 2 Bogie Court the first weekend and a Melbourne party managed to secure it for $765,000.
Great Ocean Properties, Anglesea agent Ian Lawless said it was a beautifully renovated house and styled really lovely.
The house has been used as a holiday rental.
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“It is north-facing and was a popular holiday rental with a lot of repeat business,” Mr Lawless said.
“The buyers are going to use it as a holiday house now and hoping in the future to spend more time down the coast.”
Enjoy the sunshine on the deck.
The interior is fresh and modern.
The contemporary house has three bedrooms and a large open-plan living area that connects to two decks outside.
The property is in a quiet Anglesea location close to the golf course.
Mr Lawless said there were a lot of Melbourne buyers in Anglesea as well as Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong.
“It is always going to be a holiday town but we are seeing more people move in permanently,” he said.
The median house price in Anglesea has increased 21.4 per cent in the past year to $850,000, according to CoreLogic.