Birrong home ranked as Sydney's cheapest weekend sale at $425,000

Birrong home ranked as Sydney's cheapest weekend sale at $425,000
Birrong home ranked as Sydney's cheapest weekend sale at $425,000

Sydney cheapest weekend offering was a shop-top residence at Birrong, not far from the railway station.

The $425,000 property came with a retail premises plus a two-bedroom space above.

Julie Grigg at Response Real Estate Riverstone marketed the Hudson Pde property as an ”opportunity for savvy investors or one with a keen eye for development”.

The abandoned shop on the 186 sqm block last sold in 1976 for $24,000.

Sydney’s top weekend result was at Cremorne where $7.32 million was paid for a four-bedroom contemporary home just above Primrose Park.

Vendors Cate and Torod Holst had commissioned Goran Stojanovic of X.PACE Design Group to design the 2013 home with filtered views of Willoughby Bay.

It sold through Di Jones Lower North Shore, who had a $6 million guide when it was the Mosman Daily’s House of the Week last month.

Sydney’s weekend’s median auction price was about $1.5 million.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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