Grafton homes sold at $300,000 or less this spring on realestateview.com.au

Grafton homes sold at $300,000 or less this spring on realestateview.com.au
Grafton homes sold at $300,000 or less this spring on realestateview.com.au

As this year’s calendar clicks towards December, the jacaranda season draws to a close with purple trademark trees turning green across Australia’s east coast.

The onset of flowering Jacarandas signifies the peak of the spring property market, and their disappearance indicates Christmas is nigh. 

In Grafton the town is known for its annual Jacaranda Festival and the vibrant coloured flower generally peaks the property market in the NSW north coast town. 

At just under $300,000, the property at 131 Villiers Street shows what the market offers at $300,000. Property Observer looked for recent sales at less that $300,000 on realestateview.com.au.

A short walk from the popular Australian girl trio the McClymont's childhood home, the three bedroom, one bathroom property sold for $299,000 in September. 

Another sold just yesterday for $290,000. The property at 43 Alice Street is located within walk distance to the CBD. 

The contemporary three bedroom, three bathroom home features an extra garage room for an office, an open fire place and a large private backyard. 

Another three bedroom property at 24 Briemba Street has recently sold.

The Dovedale home sold for $295,000 last week after being rented for $350 per week prior to the sale. 

It was marketed as an investors dream as it comes with a 6.1% yield.

Just a short walk to Grafton's Jacaranda park, 156 Arthur Street has it all on it's doorstep.

The two bedroom, one bathroom home is just a short walk to the hospital, the popular Prince street and numerous day care facilities and schools

The property sold for $240,000 in October.

One of the biggest properties sold at 15 Jackschon Avenue in October.

The 728 sqm estate features six bedrooms, one bathroom and ample car parking space.

This property also returns a high yield. The $360 per week rent prior to the $250,000 purchase shows a 7.49 per cent yield.

The renovated 68 Milton Street sold for $225,000 in October. 

The three bedroom Westlawn home was bought in February for $142,000 and has seen over $43,000 of extensions including a car port and a verandah.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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