Former housing commission Lalor Park trophy home sets $1 million plus record

Former housing commission Lalor Park trophy home sets $1 million plus record
Former housing commission Lalor Park trophy home sets $1 million plus record

Lalor Park has tipped $1 million for the first time. 

The Heffron Road property was originally housing commission. 

The vendors had extended and renovated the house, on 613 sqm.

Set on a 613 sqm parcel of land, it is now a modern, two-storey residence featuring high ceilings, downlights, timber floors, double glazed windows and a fireplace.

The 56 Heffron Road offering sold for $1.06 million bettering the suburb’s residential record by $95,000 with a $965,000 on Lawson Street in March. 

Selling agent Alistair Agius, of Harcourts Hills Living Baulkham Hills, said it was a sign of growing buyer interest.

“Lalor Park has had such a bad rap for many years but it’s taken strides towards improvements with a lot of knockdown-rebuilds and many young families moving in,” he told The Blacktown Advocate. 

CoreLogic has its median house price at around $690,000, up 27 per cent over the past three years. 


It sold to a large family from North Rocks.

The purchasers were unable to buy a six-bedroom house in North Rocks for $1.06 million, Agius said. 

 

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