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For the first time ever in melbourne, a tiny house sold under the hammer on saturday afternoon. the very small slice of real estate was snapped up by a family for $56,000. Rebecca and david french thought they had secured a bargain in buying a house for £69,000. auctioneer colin west, who appears on the bbc’s homes under the hammer, told the pair their winning. Two tiny homes will go under the hammer in melbourne this month — the first auction of its kind. it will be a big test for tiny houses, an emerging sector of the property market. The property dubbed brisbane’s worst house for sale has sold at auction for $253,000, after a whopping 40 registered bidders turned out among a record crowd on saturday the fact that 47 birch. For sale , melbourne, florida , united states $74,999. henderson model is a 330 square foot home on a 30' trailer with 2' engineered extensions on the front and back giving it an overall length of 34'.
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They had a proportion of 58.2 per cent and 56.5 per cent for houses, respectively. the little suburb also beat the city as a whole, where about one third of all houses sold under the hammer. The small spaces are big business two australian tiny homes will be sold at auction – the first of its kind – in melbourne this month, domain reports. father and son builders paul and indi hangan of tiny homes australia started manufacturing the little houses – some only six meters in length – at the beginning of the year and have capitalised on the growing interest and industry. With the median house price being $900,000, you could easily assume that most first home buyers are out of the running to buy property in melbourne – but here’s the good news: there are still multiple suburbs in melbourne where you can secure property (and even a house) for half that price to get a good idea of what a specific property may be worth, claim your free property value. News; melbourne auction results: what sold under the hammer on the weekend. buyers weren’t the only ones taking the plunge at auction – even an agent threw himself into a pool. A one bedroom house in carlton soared more than $250,000 past reserve to sell for a huge sum as a south yarra church conversion also impressed under the hammer. first home buyers battled for a two bedroom unit in south morang, taking its price $91,000 beyond reserve with a $486,000 sale.
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A reservoir house with a regal design inspired by a classic film has a new king and queen. the retro palace at 13 lawley st has sold to a couple upsizing from melbourne’s west, who plan to modernise the home while retaining its unique charm barry plant reservoir selling agent marc romeo said they paid $1.18 million for the four bedroom house, which hasn’t been altered since it was built. The premises of backpackers work travel sold under the hammer for $2.33 million on a net yield of 3.6 per cent. the property was marketed by daniel wolman and oliver hay of colliers international. A "tiny house" in melbourne has given a little hope to prospective aussie homeowners after selling for less than $60,000 at auction. the home, in melbourne’s east, isn’t for everyone. it’s only 15m/sq. but for couple brad and bianca koch, the size is the appeal. Melbourne’s auction market has had its best ever start to a year, with a record number of homes going and selling under the hammer in the first half of 2017. new real estate institute of victoria figures show 17,638 auctions have been held in melbourne since january 1, hammering the previous half year benchmark of 16,654 set in 2014. The guardian | staff writer. carol jerrems was a melbourne based photographer who died in 1980, at just 30 years old. last november her work rocked the art world when a print of vale street (1975) sold for $122,000 ($1,00,000 hammer price) at a sotheby’s australia (now operating as smith & singer) auction. in her short and intense career she focused on figurative compositions that were.