Real Estate

modern appeal at anglesea holiday home attracts buyers

Written by The ReReport

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.

2 Bogie Court, Anglesea - For Geelong AddyThe 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.”

2 Bogie Court, Anglesea - For Geelong AddyEnjoy the sunshine on the deck.

2 Bogie Court, Anglesea - For Geelong AddyThe 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.

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