Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer

Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer
Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer

The eastern suburbs has picked itself up after a couple of slow weeks, clearing over 65 percent of its 90 auctions.

But Ryde was a stronger performer.

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 Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer

A Ryde two bedroom unit was sold prior to the auction for $600,000 (pictured below).

Located at 9/22 Price St, the renovated home comes with two good sized bedrooms, balcony with views of Chatwood, modern kithchen and combined loundge and dining. 

Last traded for $246,000 in 2001, the apartment features an updated bathroom.

It's situated within close proximity to Ryde City Shopping Centre.

Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer

Another Ryde three bedroom house has been sold prior to the auction last week for $1.36 million (pictured below).

Nestled on a 562sqm block, the 22 Callaghan St home contains formal and casual living areas, three carpeted bedrooms, and lock-up garage.

Extra features include air conditioning, ceiling fans, floorboards under carpet and potential city views from second storey rebuild.

It's conveniently located a walk to city buses, Ryde East Public School and parkland, and just minutes from Macquarie Centre and Macquarie University.

Sydney stuck in the 50s with Ryde its best auction location performer

 

 

 

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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