Waterfront home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point attracts spread of interest ahead of auction

Luxury home in Fishing Point set for new mark LUXURY LIVING: Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.
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Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

Bidding for this home in Sealand Road, Fishing Point is expected to begin around $1.7 million when it goes under the hammer next week.

TweetFacebook$1.051m result in Hamilton SouthThe sale of a tightly held home in Hamilton South’s Darling Street on July 21 exceeded expectations, according toAndrew McGavin of Dalton Partners.

The two-bedroom original home on a level block nearly 600 square metres in size had been in the same family for over 60 years.

Mr McGavin said a distinctive arch on the front verandah proved an attraction for potential buyers and most interest during the campaign came from young families.

There were five registered parties for the auction and an opening bid of $890,000. After 34 bids thehome was secured for $1.051 million.

This original two-bedroom home in Hamilton South’s Darling Street was secured at auction for $1.051 million.

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