Nova's Wippa pulls Queens Park home from auction - even after $200,000 price slash

Nova's Wippa pulls Queens Park home from auction - even after $200,000 price slash
Nova's Wippa pulls Queens Park home from auction - even after $200,000 price slash

Nova FM breakfast radio star Michael “Wippa” Wipfli and wife Lisa pulled their Queens Park home from its recent auction.

The decision came despite advisory to buyers that price expectations had dropped $200,000.

They initially sought $2.5 million for the four-bedroom Rawson Avenue home, but the price was amended to $2.3 million.

The Federation semi cost the couple $1.87 million in 2014.

Estate agent Nick Quigley has the listing for Wipfli, who sold in Melbourne in 2016.

His Armadale home fetched $1,825,000, up from the $1.48 million he paid in 2010.

The family are considering a move closer to schools for their children, Theodore and Jack.

The sales slowdown shows up in the latest advisory from the Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agency, which has sold 195 properties so far in 2019, compared to 232 this time last year.

It has 67 properties on the market, compared to 69 properties this time last year.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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