Roseville and Alphington secure weekend top prices

Roseville and Alphington secure weekend top prices
Roseville and Alphington secure weekend top prices

The top price at any auction across the long weekend was when Highbury sold at $2.86 million in Sydney's Roseville, to narrowly eclipse a $2.84 million post-auction sale in Melbourne's Alphington.

Highbury is a five bedroom bungalow (above) on 670 sqm at Roseville that last sold in 1995 at $530,000. It was briefly listed for sale in 2005 at $1.4 million but did not sell.

The Alphington result was a record suburb price bettering a $2.684 million result achieved by the architect-designed 27 Keith St last year.

The new record holder, completed 12 months ago, drew four bidders when 83 Fulham Road was offered through Nelson Alexander auctioneer Spiros Karagiannidis who'd passed it in at $2.83 million.

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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