Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic
Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

While the main capital city markets have seen clearances rates trend lower this year, the region of Geelong has been a stand out performer, according to CoreLogic.

It has had an average clearance rate of 78.6% over the year-to-date, the firm says.

A Brougham Street two bedroom apartment with bay views has been recently sold for $1.31 million.

It was sold by Jim Cross and David Cortous from McGrath.

The 601/120 Brougham Street (pictured above) apartment comes with large open plan living area, north facing balcony, modern kitchen with stone benchtops, and secure single car park.

The building was recently fully repainted externally and well maintained.

A Bourke Crescent updated three bedroom house was traded for $840,000 on June 20 (pictured below).

It was sold by Ben Riddle and Rob Nelis from Buxton.

40 Bourke Crescent features three spacious bedrooms, main lounge room, open plan light filled kitchen and adjoining dining/meals area, and single garage.

It is just a short walk to Geelong's Waterfront, shopping districts, hospitals, train station and schools.

Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

Another Francis Street two bedroom unit has been sold for $387,000.

It was sold by Chirs-Maree Wilson from Purplebricks.

Located at 3/37 Francis Street, the renovated villa unit features two bedrooms, north-facing living room, kitchen with wooden bench tops, and covered outdoor entertaining area.

Extra features include laundry with linen closet, lock up garage and reverse-cycle heating and cooling. 

Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

A brand new offering is a York Steet three bedroom townhouse with the indicative selling price ranging from $750,000 to $800,000 (pictured below).

It was listed by Jarrod Leonard and Lee Hilton from Buxton - Geelong East.

The 2/11 York Street townhouse with bay views features inner-city location, quality build, low maintenance design, off-street parking, north-facing outdoor entertaining, and functional layout.

It comprises of three bedrooms, two living areas, two outdoor entertaining areas open plan lounge and dining area, and sleek kitchen. 

It has been scheduled for auction on August 4.

 Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

A Garden Street three bedroom house has been recently scheduled for auction on August 4 with an indicative selling price from $700,000 to $770,000 (pictured below).

It is offered by David Cortous and Wayne Baker from McGrath.

Positioned at 184 Garden Street, the architecturally designed house comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, separate study, and lock up garage.

It is located in the heart of blue chip Geelong and only a short stroll to Garden St shops, the CBD, and the prized Geelong waterfront.

Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

Another listing is a Faggs Place three bedroom townhouse with an indicative selling price of $580,000 to $620,000 (pictured below).

It was listed by Carl McCann and Caroline Barnett from Hockingstuart.

Situated at 11 Faggs Place, the townhouse features three large spacious bedrooms, large open plan living/dining/kitchen area, European laundry and a decked courtyard plus single garage.

It is within walking distance of the South Geelong train station, Kardinia Park, CBD and Geelong Waterfront.

 Geelong region a standout performer: CoreLogic

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