Anytime Fitness franchisee Troy Dimich sells Centennial Park home

Anytime Fitness franchisee Troy Dimich sells Centennial Park home
Anytime Fitness franchisee Troy Dimich sells Centennial Park home

Troy Dimech, who has Anytime Fitness franchises, secured $3.85 million when his four-bedroom semi at Centennial Park went to weekend auction.

There was just the one registered party, who made the only bid of $3.65 million.

BresicWhitney agent Ivan Bresic then negotiated the local Chinese buyer from the western suburbs to increase their offer by $200,000 post-auction.

With four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property has two large living rooms, each with a marble fireplace.

There was an eat-in gas kitchen with a marble island and Smeg appliances.

A north-west facing landscaped courtyard provides access to the double garage.

BresicWhitney initially scheduled to take the property to June 30 auction.

Dimech had bought it for $2,265,000 in 2014 with small renovations then undertaken at the Cook Road property.

The 270 square metre 19th century residence was marketed as a timeless fusion of the modern and classic.

With just one registered party, who made only one bid of $3.65 million, BresicWhitney’s Ivan Bresic did well to persuade the local Chinese buyers from the western suburbs to up their offer by $200,000 in post-auction negotiations.

Dimech had bought it for $2,265,000 in 2014 and carried out $40,000 worth of renovations.

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