31 Price St, Torquay is one of 10 properties going under the hammer this weekend on the coast.
A LACHLAN Shepherd architect-designed house in the heart of Torquay is one of 10 properties going to auction across the Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula this weekend.
Mr Shepherd used clever design principles to create a smart and sophisticated house at 31 Price St that was low maintenance and would age well.
The four-bedroom house maximises natural light and is positioned around the swimming pool and outdoor entertainment area.
31 Price St, Torquay
One Agency, Torquay agent Shaun O’Callaghan is taking the property to auction on Saturday at 2pm with price hopes of $2.15 million to $2.25 million.
Take a look at three other properties going under the hammer this weekend.
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2/38 Coolamon Close, Ocean Grove
Enjoy the best of both worlds with the bush and coast at your fingertips at an Ocean Grove property going to auction on Saturday at 11am.
The 7966sq m site at 2/38 Coolamon Close has a four-bedroom house on it with three living areas including a kitchen with two ovens, six-burner gas cooktop, Electrolux grill and deep fryer and butler’s pantry.
RT Edgar, Ocean Grove agent Brock Grainger said price hopes were $1.1 million to $1.2 million.
4 Fairfax St, Portarlington
A Portarlington property two houses away from the bay will be going under the hammer on Saturday at 2pm.
The house at 4 Fairfax St has a lot of potential.
It could be renovated, developed, subject to council approval, or left as it is.
The 613sq m block has a three-bedroom house on it with two living areas and a covered outdoor entertainment area with bar.
Neville Richards, St Leonards agent Luke Campbell said price hopes were $650,000-$695,000.
102 The Parade, Ocean Grove
A three-bedroom house on an 811sq m block in the heart of Ocean Grove will be going to auction on Saturday at 1pm.
The house at 102 The Parade is 450m to the beach and 150m from shops and there is potential to redevelop, subject to council approval.
The property has short term and long term potential.
Gartland Property, Geelong agent Nathan Ashton said price hopes were $850,000-$900,000.