Archive | Isthmus west

Warehouse, 2 cross-leases & a multi-unit property sell

A Mt Wellington warehouse, 2 residential cross-leases and property with 4 units on the one title were sold at Barfoot & Thompson auctions over the last 2 days.

Units in City Gardens & the Celestion were passed in, one in Tower Hill was sold prior and one in the Metropolis was withdrawn from auction.

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Isthmus east

Mt Wellington

48 Elizabeth Knox Place:
Features: 1937m² section, 811m² warehouse with about 500m² of mezzanine storage, 67m² ground-floor amenities & office, 42m² mezzanine amenities
Outcome: sold for $2.15 million
Agent: Mike Jensen

Apartments

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Albert St

City Gardens, 76 Albert St, unit 23A:
Features: 59m², 2-bedroom corner apartment
Outgoings: body corp levy $4518/year; special remediation levies have been paid in full and the unit has an indicative settlement share of $133,889 to cover further costs; current ballpark estimates of remediation are about $22 million including gst
Outcome: passed in, back on the market at $449,000
Agents: Livia Li & Alan Guo

Kitchener St

Metropolis, 1 Courthouse Lane, unit 1010:
Features: one bedroom
Outgoings: body corp levy $4072/year
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agent: Paul Neshausen

Learning Quarter

Celestion, 19 Anzac Avenue, unit 302:
Features: 56m², air-conditioned 2-bedroom apartment, 11m² balcony
Outgoings: body corp levy $4284/year
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Jason Buckwell

Tower Hill, 1 Emily Place, unit 10C:
Features: 2 bedrooms, parking space, storage locker
Outcome: sold prior
Agent: Aaron Cook

Isthmus east

Grafton

31 Boston Rd:
Features: 151m² 4-bedroom apartment, mezzanine lounge, private courtyard; 112m² 2-bedroom apartment, balcony; 87m² 3-room office space; 158m² warehouse, 7 offstreet parking spaces; total 530m²
Outcome: auction postponed until Thursday 9 March at 10am
Agents: Ross & Joss Goodall

Mission Bay

63 Selwyn Avenue, unit 5:
Features: cross-lease, 1/6 share in 1038m², 2-bedroom unit, carport
Outcome: sold for $696,500
Agents: Jane & David Wang

Mt Wellington

36A Harding Avenue:
Features: 1149m² section, 4 one-bedroom units on one title, 4 carports
Income assessment: $66,560/year appraisal in present condition
Outcome: on the market at $1.21 million, sold for $1.76 million
Agent: Rain Diao

Onehunga

95N Mays Rd:
Features: 80m² 2-bedroom terrace, patio, 2 parking spaces
Outgoings: body corp levy $561/year, but $66,792 in special remediation levies was raised last year, estimated to be 60% of remediation costs; the body corporate has a claim before the Weathertight Home Resolution Service
Outcome: passed in, back on market at $598,000
Agents: Su Ma & Hattie Huo

Parnell

15 Augustus Terrace, unit 2C:
Features: one bedroom, parking space, storage unit
Outcome: no bid, back on market at $495,000
Agents: Jill Jackson & Emma John

25 Cheshire St, unit A3:
Features: one-bedroom apartment, balcony, tandem parking
Outgoings: body corp levy $4296/year
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Michael & Tatyana Ataman

Isthmus west

Avondale

6 Elm St:
Features: 1012m² section, 3-bedroom villa & adjoining 12-bedroom extension, 2 bathrooms, 3 living areas, 6 offstreet parking spaces
Outcome: no bid, back on market at $1.999 million
Agent: Jason Li

Grey Lynn

34 Prime Rd:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 617m², 5-bedroom bungalow, 2 bathrooms, 2 parking spaces
Outcome: auction brought forward after $1.52 million offer was acceptable, sold under the hammer for $1.647 million
Agents: Repeka Lelaulu

South

Pakuranga

25 Pandora Place:
Features: 726m² section, 2 one-bedroom units & one 2-bedroom unit, garage, 2 carports, 3 other parking spaces
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Rain Diao

Attribution: Auction.

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Random numbers aren’t proper at auctions, are they?

When you see the results of auctions, the sale prices almost invariably end with 3 zeroes. Imagine, then, a bid of a seemingly random number which even the bidder looked like having trouble remembering. And raises of just $4, followed by one of $112.

This unusual auction played out at City Sales yesterday on the fifth of 6 apartments on the auction list, the second unit in the 96 on Symonds building (pictured above) to be offered on the day.

Bidders had struggled from an opening price of $195,000 for the 2-bedroom unit to $220,000, when auctioneer Kim Spark declared it was on the market. A woman, who’d been pushing a pram back & forth before holding her young child in her arms, offered a small raise which Mr Spark didn’t want to accept.

And so began the series of unusual bids, starting with an increase from $220,000 to $222,379. Sales agent Tina Bartlett, with a buyer on the phone, countered by doing the normal rounded bid to $223,000. Back came the woman with the child, offering $223,157, which Ms Bartlett raised to $223,161.

Occasionally there were what you might call regular bids, zeroed off.

Mr Spark maintained his cool and did better than many auctioneers at rattling off odd numbers, but the room wasn’t cool. Bidders don’t pick numbers out of thin air. Ms Bartlett was clearly frustrated.

An auction can take a long time by rising in $1000 or $500 steps and nobody will be too concerned. But odd numbers? Not the same.

I enjoyed the moment for the exercise in tactics, and because somebody dared to step outside convention. That convention has a reserve price set but not disclosed – and possibly reset if all is not going well – and it doesn’t really matter what the bids are up to that point so long as the auctioneer sees progress, although auctioneers generally try to keep proceedings under control with large-figure steps at first.

The other part of the convention is that, although raises may be very small once a property is declared on the market, mostly they’re rounded. And, mostly, that seems to be for the benefit of the auctioneer, even though they normally have somebody alongside writing the bids down.

The unusual bidding on this apartment took the price up just $20,000 before the woman with the child dropped out. The phone bidder had persevered and won. There was a sense of relief around the room, frazzled onlookers could relax. The woman who came second headed for the lift, having got her child to sleep while upsetting everybody else’s equilibrium.

The other unit at 96 on Symonds on the auction list was passed in, 2 of the other 4 units on the list were sold under the hammer and a Shed 23 apartment on Princes Wharf was sold shortly after the auction.

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Learning Quarter

96 on Symonds, 96 Symonds St, unit 406:
Features: 41m², 2 bedrooms, deck
Outgoings: rates $1189/year including gst; body corp levy $4030/year
Income assessment: in management agreement, currently $480/week
Outcome: sold for $240,000
Agents: Tina Bartlett

96 on Symonds, 96 Symonds St, unit 708:
Features: 45m², 2 bedrooms, deck, storage locker, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1341/year including gst; body corp levy $5385/year
Outcome: passed in at $425,000
Agents: Iona Rodrigues

Oakwood, 81 Wakefield St, unit 6B:
Features: 29m², fully furnished studio, deck
Outgoings: rates $999/year including gst; body corp levy $4080/year
Income assessment: $400/week current
Outcome: sold for $275,000
Agents: Steve Kirk & Habeeb Urrahman

Waterfront

Princes Wharf, 145 Quay St, shed 23, unit 65:
Features: leasehold, 108m², 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, deck, parking space under long-term carpark licence
Outgoings: rates $2545/year including gst; body corp opex levy $16,942/year including gst, ground rent $25,241/year including gst
Outcome: passed in after sole vendor bid of $250,000, sold post-auction for an undisclosed price
Agents: Tina Bartlett & Tricia Carlson

Isthmus west

Eden Terrace

Fleetwood, 19-35 Fleet St, unit C6:
Features: 86m², 2 bedrooms, 17m² deck, parking space; new code compliance certificate issued in 2016
Outgoings: rates $1549/year including gst; body corp levy $3689/year
Income assessment: $620-680/week
Outcome: passed in at $530,000
Agents: Tina Bartlett

Grey Lynn

One on Ophir, 1 Ophir St, unit 3B:
Features: 65m², 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, deck, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1524/year including gst; body corp levy $4520/year
Income assessment: appraisal $650/week
Outcome: sold for $600,000
Agents: Anna Birkenhead

Attribution: Auction.

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Updated: 2 sell at Barfoots commercial auction, third sells later

Published 23 February 2017, updated 2 March 2017:

One commercial property in Otahuhu sold under the hammer and another in Penrose (pictured) sold a few minutes later at Barfoot & Thompson’s commercial auction on 23 February.

A third property, in the Surrey Crescent shops, didn’t attract a bid but was sold post-auction.

Isthmus east

Otahuhu

71 Portage Rd, unit F:
Features: 66m² unit, previously a lunch bar at front of light industrial precinct, 5 parking spaces
Outcome: sold for $310,000
Agent: Mike Jensen

Penrose

26 Botha Rd:
Features: vacant 895m² light industrial site, 2 warehouses of 239m² & 355m², parking 
Outcome: passed in at $1.15 million, sold shortly after for $1.25 million
Agents: Nick Wilson & James Marshall

Isthmus west

Grey Lynn

Updated: 604 Great North Rd:
Features: 153m² standalone retail property at the Surrey Crescent shops, rear access (1/16 share in right of way), onsite parking 
Rent: $30,500/year on lease running until November 2018
Outcome: no bid, sold post-auction for $890,000
Agents: Marie-Anne Molloy

Attribution: Auction.

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Avondale sale & 5 Shore leases

Bayleys agents on the Shore have completed one warehouse unit sale in Avondale and 5 leases in Milford, Rosedale & the Wairau Valley.

The Apollo Drive retail unit at Rosedale is in a development (pictured) completed by Kea Property Development Group Ltd in December. It’s anchored by a childcare centre and has 13 retail units totalling 941m² of the 5218m² site. 2 other retail units were sold a month ago.

Sale:

Isthmus west

Avondale

16 Timothy Place, unit B:
Features: 287m² unit – 206m² warehouse, 81m² office
Rent: $46,956/year net + gst
Outcome: sold in February for $855,000 + gst at a 5.49% yield, $2979/m²
Agent: Ranjan Unka

Leases:

North-east

Milford

162 Kitchener Rd, level 1:
Features: 133.4m² office, parking space included
Rent: leased in February for #33,094.99/year net + gst, premises rental $248/m²
Agents: Paul Prouse & Ryan Dannhauser

Rosedale

56 Apollo Drive, unit 6:
Features: 95m² retail unit, shared parking
Rent: leased in February for $52,250/year net + gst, premises rental $550/m²
Agents: Laurie Burt & Eddie Zhong

14 John Glenn Avenue, unit B:
Features: 199m² retail unit, shared parking
Rent: leased in February for $85,000/year net + gst, premises rental $420/m²
Agent: James Yu

36 William Pickering Drive, unit 2:
Features: 103m² office, 5 parking spaces
Rent: leased in February for $27,860/year net + gst, parking $20/space/week, net excluding parking $22,660, premises rental $220/m²
Agent: Ryan Dannhauser

Wairau Valley

68 Hillside Rd, unit C:
Features: 344.68m² industrial unit – warehouse 266.43m², mezzanine 78.25m², 5 parking spaces included
Rent: leased in February for $35,000/year net + gst, premises rental $101.54/m²
Agent: Trevor Duffin

Earlier story:
5 February 2017: 2 new Apollo Drive units among January sales

Attribution: Agency release.

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Central apartments, suburban townhouses & development site sell

2 central city apartments, 2 on the fringes, 4 suburban units and a development site sold under the hammer at Bayleys auctions around the region in the last week.

The development site at Royal Oak has a recently renovated house on it, but the section has been rezoned business – town centre, making change likely.

Both central city apartments are on Anzac Avenue, one at No 105 and the other in the Harbour Royal at No 88.

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Learning Quarter

Harbour Royal, 88 Anzac Avenue, unit 8C:
Features: 2-bedroom apartment, covered parking space
Outcome: sold for $740,000
Agents: Murray Savage & Tina Chang

105 Anzac Avenue, unit 2C:
Features: 97m², 2-bedroom apartment, 2 bathrooms, tiled conservatory, enclosed balcony, secure parking space, storage locker
Outgoings: rates $1848/year including gst; body corp levy $5139/year
Outcome: sold for $692,000
Agent: Paul Sissons

Isthmus east

Epsom

16A Greenfield Rd:
Features: 3-bedroom townhouse, 2 bathrooms, double carport
Outcome: sold for $1.15 million
Agent: Glenn Baker

Onehunga

15 Bond Place:
Features: 449m² freehold section, 2-level 2013 townhouse, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, deck & garden, double internal-access garage
Outcome: sold for $1.02 million
Agent: Lindy Lawton

Parnell

Brighton Gardens, 10 Brighton Rd, unit 2:
Features: 2-bedroom apartment, 2 bathrooms, parking space
Outgoings: rates $2844/year including gst
Outcome: sold for $985,000
Agent: Chris Reeves

Remuera

15B Chatfield Place:
Features: 3-bedroom townhouse, 2 bathrooms, 2 parking spaces, full cavity system
Outcome: sold for $1.55 million
Agent: David Nightingale

Royal Oak

697 Mt Albert Rd, lot 1:
Features: 115m² house on 685m² section now zoned business – town centre, 4 bedrooms, carport
Outcome: sold for $1.2 million
Agent: Andrew Rumbles

Isthmus west

Ponsonby

Pulse, 80 Richmond Rd, unit 3T:
Features: one-bedroom apartment, balcony, secure parking space
Outcome: sold for $485,000
Agents: Luke McCaw & Andrea Ritchie

North-east

Browns Bay

766 Beach Rd, unit 2:
Features: 2-bedroom unit
Outcome: sold for $650,000
Agents: Angeline Wong & Annette Lum

Attribution: Auctions roundup.

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$500 bids end in $100k raise on acceptable sale price

Small steps can make a journey last a long time, as 3 bidders at Barfoot & Thompson’s apartments auction found this morning.

2 bidders at a time – one joined in and one of the first 2 pulled out – they were chasing a 3-bedroom suburban unit in Onehunga (pictured above). It was taken to what’s called a pre-auction auction – an offer has been deemed acceptable to the vendors but it still goes to auction, brought forward. Bidding started slowly, and in low rises, mostly of $500. It took half an hour, but the price crept up to $101,000 above the acceptable offer before the second bidder gave in.

Another pre-auction property was sold at a slight rise and an uptown apartment was sold on the sole bid.

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Learning Quarter

The Statesman, 1 Parliament St, unit 8:
Features: 93m², 2 bedrooms, parking space
Outgoings: rates $2241/year including gst; body corp levy $4975/year
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agents: Stephen Shin & Rhys Chen

Uptown

The Chatham, 70 Pitt St, unit 705:
Features: 72m², 2-bedroom corner apartment, 2 bathrooms, balcony, storage locker, secure parking space
Outgoings: body corp levy $6486/year
Outcome: sold for $750,000, the only bid
Agents: Mike Campbell & Grant Elliott

Victoria Quarter

Marina Park, 146 Fanshawe St, unit 32:
Features: 40m², one bedroom, parking space
Outgoings: body corp levy $3237/year
Outcome: no bid, back on market at $459,000
Agents: Stephen Shin & Zoran Farac

Isthmus east

Onehunga

Norfolk Rise, 110E Grey St:
Features: 3 bedrooms, carport
Outgoings: body corp levy $1195/year
Outcome: taken to auction early after offer of $685,652 was acceptable, sold for $787,500 after a half hour of raises, mostly in $500 steps
Agents: Wayne & Lisa Parfitt

Isthmus west

Eden Terrace

43 Virginia Avenue East, unit 303
Features: 2 bedrooms, 2 parking spaces
Outgoings: body corp levy $5145/year
Outcome: no bid, back on market at $599,000
Agents: Stephen Shin & Zoran Farac

North-east

Devonport

17A Church St, unit 3:
Features: cross-lease, 1/8 share in 1846m², 2 bedrooms, 2 storage sheds, offstreet parking
Outcome: taken to auction early after offer of $905,000 was acceptable, sold for $920,000
Agents: Linda Simmons & Jacquie McDonald

Attribution: Auction.

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Auctionroom climate change

A hush, in a room where last year there was a constant buzz and the most commonly used word, “mln”, was spoken almost as an afterthought.

Today, among the intensively developed residential properties on the market, 4 sold and 4 were passed in.

A bid, an excruciatingly long pause, much agent to-ing & fro-ing. The message comes back: no increase. Just under $40,000 later, the couple who weren’t going to pay a penny more hear the hammer fall in their favour and they’ve bought a house for just over $1.8 million.

For other properties, the bidding just stops or, for many, doesn’t start at all. Often, though, a sale may be concluded within half an hour of the property being passed in. That happened 3 times while I was there today and, of 20 properties offered (I missed the last 4), 12 sold although buyers were few & far between.

At the peak last year, Barfoot & Thompson’s city auctionroom pushed up to 80 homes/day through the process, 2 sessions/day on at least 2 days/week and often 2 auctionrooms operating simultaneously.

The auctions are now spread over 4 days, the total in a day might be around 30 or even down to 20, the buzz has gone and it’s the vendors who are facing the tough questions on price. Still, in this climate a success rate of 60% is not to be sneezed at.

What’s made the difference between last year’s boom times & now? Foreign investor curbs, and the price of money has changed.

Below, the intensive offerings:

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Victoria Quarter

City Oaks, 188 Hobson St, unit 610:
Features: 2-bedroom apartment
Outgoings: body corp levy $5859/year
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Frances Li & Ian Thornhill

Isthmus east

Epsom

36 Pah Rd, unit 2:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 852m², 4 bedrooms, double internal-access garage
Outcome: sold for $1.315 million
Agents: Vern Hines & Sara Knight

30A & 30B Selwyn Rd:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 902m², bungalow converted into 2 flats, one of one bedroom the other of 2 bedrooms
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Diana Buczkowski & Peter West

165 The Drive:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 814m², 4 bedrooms, sunroom, internal-access garage
Outcome: sold for $1.648 million
Agent: Robert Thompson

Isthmus west

Freemans Bay

32 Ireland St, unit 4:
Features: 2 bedrooms, double internal-access garage
Outgoings: body corp levy $3054/year plus second levy of $1123
Outcome: sold post-auction
Agents: George Damiris & Anna Lechtchinski

Mt Eden

18 Leamington Rd:
Features: cross-lease, 1/6 share in 1856m², 3 bedrooms, garage
Outcome: passed in at $1.181 million
Agents: Joanne Simpson & Repeka Lelaulu

Westmere

214A Garnet Rd:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 814m², 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage
Outcome: sold for $1.47 million
Agents: Felicity Scott

North-west

New Lynn

31 Nikau St, unit 2:
Features: 2-bedroom unit, deck, garage
Outgoings: body corp levy $675/year
Outcome: passed in
Agents: George Damiris & Carl Madsen

Attribution: Auction.

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7 apartment & townhouse auction sales

Bayleys agents sold one city apartment & 6 suburban townhouses & units at auctions around the Auckland region last week.

CBD

Quay Park

Scene 1, 2 Beach Rd, unit 1108:
Features: leasehold, 2-bedroom apartment, 2 parking spaces, deck
Outgoings: rates $1519/year including gst; body corp levy $4132/year, ground rent $7289/year
Income assessment: $610/week current
Outcome: sold prior for $180,000
Agent: Marcus Fava

Isthmus east

One Tree Hill

52A Campbell Rd, unit 2:
Features: 2-bedroom unit, deck, carport
Outcome: sold for $717,000
Agent: Lindy Lawton

Isthmus west

Sandringham

22 Coyle St, unit 3:
Features: 2-bedroom unit
Outcome: sold for $735,000
Agent: Summer Sun

North-east

Hauraki

18 Sydney St, unit 2:
Features: refurbished 2-level 4-bedroom townhouse, 2 bathrooms, garage
Outcome: sold for $1,092,500
Agents: Desley McCowan & Joan Barton

Takapuna

27 Waitemata Rd, unit 1:
Features: 2-level 3-bedroom townhouse, office, 2 bathrooms, deck, 3 parking spaces
Outcome: sold prior for $1.505 million
Agent: Jennifer Keenan

South

Bucklands Beach

191 Gills Rd, unit 2:
Features: 3-bedroom townhouse, deck, garage
Outcome: sold for $751,000
Agent: Gary Robertson

191 Gills Rd, unit 4:
Features: 3-bedroom townhouse, garage
Outcome: sold for $735,000
Agent: Gary Robertson

Attribution: Agency release.

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Uptown BID expansion scheme moves to final stages

The Uptown Business Association – straddling the start of New North Rd on the south-western fringe of downtown Auckland – is working on a programme to expand its business improvement district just over the railway line to take in the first blocks of Mt Eden.

Image above: Map shows the existing Uptown business improvement district hached in blue and the proposed extension hached in red.

The expansion area would run a short way down Dominion & Mt Eden Rds, cutting across at Brentwood & Sylvan Avenues. It would extend down Mt Eden Rd to Normanby Rd on the eastern side, taking in the block between Esplanade Rd & Puka St on the western side.

The business improvement district would incorporate the business & apartment precinct developed on the former Robert Holt timber yard & neighbouring streets on the city side of Maungawhau/Mt Eden, and also include Mt Eden Prison on the run across to the Southern Motorway.

The existing business improvement district boundary runs around Boston Rd, bordering the prison, follows the railway line to Park Rd then heads back west along Carlton Gore Rd to Grafton Rd.

The Uptown Business Association requires local board support before balloting businesses in the proposed extension area. This extension sits in the Albert-Eden and Waitemata local board areas. Approval from both boards and from target businesses will increase association membership from 1800 to 2100 members, and its target rate from $180,000 to $250,000 as of 1 July 2017. The Albert-Eden board approved it in December. The ballot requires a 25% return of votes, with 51% of those votes supporting the boundary expansion, to succeed. Voting will take place from 6-31 March.

Link:
18, Proposed Uptown Business Association, business improvement district expansion boundary map

Earlier story:
11 April 2016: Uptown project, name change & paid parking zone on local board agenda

Attribution: Council agenda.

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Commercial building & 3 apartments sell

A commercial building in Onehunga and 3 of the 6 apartments auctioned at Barfoot & Thompson yesterday were sold under the hammer.

Image above: View from the unit in the Endeans building at the foot of Queen St.

Commercial

Isthmus east

Onehunga

1 Paynes Lane:
Features: 337m² site next to Dress-smart, 360m² building on 2 levels, showroom, carpark; zoning allows building up to 27m
Outcome: sold for $1.4 million
Agents: James Marshall & Nick Wilson

Apartments

CBD

Learning Quarter

Celestion, 19 Anzac Avenue, unit 302:
Features: 2 bedrooms, balcony
Outcome: auction postponed
Agent: Jason Buckwell

Queen St

Endeans, 2 Queen St, unit 3C:
Features: 115m², 2 bedrooms, lounge, 3.75m ceilings, parking space
Outgoings: body corp levy $609/year
Income assessment: $/week
Outcome: sold for $1.79 million
Agent: Liz Derbyshire

Victoria Quarter

Grand Chancellor, 1 Hobson St, unit 411:
Features: furnished studio, deck
Outgoings: body corp levy $2336/year
Income assessment: $/week
Outcome: sold for $366,000
Agent: Aaron Cook

City Oaks, 188 Hobson St, unit 803:
Features: leasehold stratum, 20-year lease from December 2005, fully furnished 2 bedrooms, balcony, parking space
Outcome: passed in at $450,000
Agents: John Zhang & Richard Tan

Ascent, 149 Nelson St, unit 623:
Features: 2 bedrooms, balcony, parking space
Outgoings: body corp levy $3894/year, remediation & related litigation ongoing
Outcome: no bid
Agent: Sihem Labidi

Fiore 2, 168 Hobson St, unit 605:
Features: 46m², one bedroom, balcony
Outgoings: body corp levy $2958/year
Outcome: passed in at $420,000
Agents: Annie Xu & Sean Zhang

Isthmus west

Eden Terrace

Parkview Residences, 15 Rendall Place, unit 101:
Features: 2 bedrooms, balcony, 2 parking spaces, storage locker
Outgoings: body corp levy $4234/year
Outcome: sold for $843,000
Agents: Alastair Brown & Hayley Sok

Attribution: Auction.

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