A CONTEMPORARY take on the Geelong West style has paid off for the vendors of a quality two-bedroom house.
Two parties competed for the well-designed two-storey house at 10 Napier St, Geelong West with the successful bidder, from Lara, securing it for $656,000.
The property was called on the market when bidding hit $630,000.
Buxton, agent Dylan Taggert said the house was “quality, quality, quality”.
“Everything oozes quality and you are buying the lifestyle and future growth,” Mr Taggert said.
“Geelong West is still going from strength to strength.”
The property is located in a quiet Geelong West street and the mix of white weatherboard and recycled brick facade gives it a modern take on the traditional Geelong West style.
Inside, the floorplan was well designed to give a sense of space in a small area.
The ground floor is the open-plan living area with a bench seat below the custom staircase forming two sides to the dining table.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, each with their own walk-in wardrobe and bathroom, and a study nook.
The median house price in Geelong West has increased 11.1 per cent in the past year to $700,000, according to CoreLogic.