A modern, three-bedroom home in Sydney’s south west suburb of Bossley Park has sold within days of hitting the market.
The spruced up townhouse, at 88 Quarry Rd, was listed for sale on a Monday and the top price offer was accepted that weekend.
The speedy sale came as no surprise to Ray White Wetherill Park and Cecil Hills agent David Perco, who said the affordable price guide of $600,000 to $660,000 was what drew many keen buyers.
“We had 25 inspections in that one week,” Mr Perco told the Fairfield Advance.
“We had offers around $620,000 to $630,000 but there was a standout offer of $645,000 — the buyer was ready to go and it sold to them as their first home,” he said.
According to the agent, there was strong interest from investors as the property has been leased in recent months, earning $600 a week.
The owner is currently renting in the area and plans to move into the street-facing, two-storey home, Mr Perco said.
Set in a quiet complex near shops, schools and a church, it has open-plan living areas on the lower level and three bedrooms on the top floor, including a spacious main with a private balcony.
The renovated bathroom is a highlight. It features floor-to-ceiling tiles and a freestanding bath tub.
CoreLogic records show Bossley Park’s median house price fell by 5.3 per cent in the 12 months to March to $800,000.
At $130,000 less than the Sydney median, the figure makes the suburb a hot spot for buyers chasing value for money.