Harbourfront Drummoyne and ocean-view Bronte top Sydney's super Saturday sales

Harbourfront Drummoyne and ocean-view Bronte top Sydney's super Saturday sales
Harbourfront Drummoyne and ocean-view Bronte top Sydney's super Saturday sales

Sydney's biggest ever auction day saw 1140 homes go under the hammer and with 677 of the results in by Saturday evening, CoreLogic put the clearance rate as nudging 80 percent.

At 79.47 percent - and "all of that extra supply", CoreLogic’s auction analyst Kevin Brogan described it as "a robust performance,”.

The dearest at Drummoyne, saw a four-bedroom art deco home on the waterfront sold for $7.2 million. 

The auctioneer Damien Cooley called the property onto the market at $6.8 million.

“There’s a shortage of waterfronts in Drummoyne,” Cobden and Hayson agent Frank Colacicco told The Sunday Telegraph.

A freestanding ocean-view Federation house in Sydney's Bronte has been sold for $5.33 million, making it Sydney’s second most expensive auction weekend sale.

Located at 12 Cross Street, it overlooks Tamarama and is centrally located to both Bronte and Tamarama beaches.

It has a double frontage of 450 sqm with an elegant entry hall and ornate ceilings

It features a huge living room with original floorboards along with spacious dining and casual living.

Double doors leads to the raw timber deck along with retractable awning and landscaped gardens.

Kitchen features Caesarstone along withg Bosch dishwasher and Ilve gas cooker.

Upstairs is the retreat featuring an ensuite.

There is also an Italian glass mosaic-tiled family bathroom.

Huge scope to extend upper level and there are also off-street parking for two cars.

The property was offered through Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agents Alexander Phillips and Gavin Lewis.

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