No. 88A Mowbray Rd, Willoughby, has an auction guide of $1.35 million.
DOWNSIZERS and young families are set to battle it out on Saturday for a deceased estate in Willoughby.
With an auction guide of $1.35 million, 88A Mowbray Rd is expected to have a number of bidders register, according to Matthew Payne of Ray White Willoughby.
It is the first time the two-bedroom semi has been offered to the market in almost 50 years.
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Mr Payne said most of the interest had been local, from first-home buyers and downsizers coming from the upper north shore, looking to make their mark on the property.
The outdoor courtyard has a Hills hoist and access to garage.
“Some of the downsizers are looking at extensions and adding a second level to the home,” he said.
Other downsizers have even considered putting a granny flat out the back.
On the flip side, Mr Payne said the younger buyers were either looking to buy their first property or looking to get out of an apartment.
All rooms have polished hardwood floors.
Rooms have been given a sleek white makeover.
No. 88A Mowbray Rd sits on a 302sqm block. It is a short walk to Willoughby Rd shops, cafes, Harris Farm and a number of bus links.
The double brick home has polished hardwood floor and high ornate ceilings. There is ample storage in the garage, laundry and the garden shed.
The home is due to go under the hammer at 10am.
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