No. 7 Rushall St, Pymble, sold prior to auction to a young family upsizing for $4.65 million.
TWO weeks out from its auction, 7 Rushall St, Pymble, sold for $4.65 million to a young ‘upsizing’ family.
The strong pre-auction gamble was $150,000 above the price guide for the property.
There were four strong contenders for the five-bedroom designer Meadowbank residence, with Di Jones agent Tim Fraser spending last Friday negotiating an early sale, much to the vendor’sdelight.
MORE: Cricket legend, horse trainer power couple nab new pad
Former Maccas boss Catriona Nobble selling Mosman home
Hoarders’ house sells for $263k above reserve
Mr Fraser said despite headwinds elsewhere in the market, he was not surprised at the result.
The home has a large indoor outdoor entertainment space.
“There is very strong activity in the $4 million-$5 million range for this type of house,” he said.
Strong competition for this home had helped to push up the price.
The vendors had owned the property for five years after paying $1.626 million for it in 2013.
Three years ago they constructed a brand new house on the 1157sqm block.
Over the course of the campaign, there was 96 inspections and six contracts were issued.
The near new home has manicured gardens, all-weather travertine terrace and a mosaic-tiled heated pool.
The wine cellar has space for 650 bottles.
The main bedroom has a large dressing room.
The main bedroom has a large dressing room with plenty of storage for all of those clothes you may accumulate.
Behind the kitchen is the a wine cellar, which has space for 650 bottles.
Features include a home theatre, office, butler’s pantry, airconditioning and garden irrigation.
Strong demand is also helping the north shore outperform the broader Sydney property market.
This past week, the clearance rate was 56.52 per cent, stronger than Sydney’s 48.23 per cent.
Out of the 46 scheduled auctions, 26 sold either on the day or prior.
SIGN UP FOR THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWSLETTER