Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Designed for Lifestyle; Picture Perfect Property Proves to Have Plenty of Appeal

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Designed for Lifestyle; Picture Perfect Property Proves to Have Plenty of Appeal

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THE SURROUNDS created the perfect setting as Justin Voss of Blue Moon Property introduced 21 Mons School Rd, to the market.

Set on a lush 6010sqm, the four-bedroom, architect-designed house tempted six potential buyers to register to bid. All were keen to try their hand at securing the stunning residence perfectly placed to make the most of the natural surrounds.

"The home is one of the more cleverly designed homes I have seen in 27years of selling," Justin said when the property first hit newspaper marketing four weeks earlier.

After seven open homes and 38 private inspections, auction day arrived and people made the most of the pool area. The crowd included neighbours, onlookers and bidders.

An opening bid of $700,000 encouraged others into the foray. With the bid slowing at $820,000, fresh bidding joined the action with a strategy to knock the others out of the water with a strong increase straight to $840,000. A $5,000 raise was offered by the opening bidder, but a quick reply of $850,000 sent a signal that these buyers were not going to let their dream home slip away. Announcing the property was on the market along with the customary three counts, the hammer fell for $850,000.

"A fitting end to a perfect marketing campaign ended with both buyers and the seller celebrating with a glass of bubbly as they overlooked the rainforest vegetation and discussed some of the finer points of the home."

Currently southern based, the buyers are looking forward to relocating to the Coast and their new home in beautiful leafy surrounds.

Votes in

ELECTION day and a late afternoon auction didn't deter bidding at the culmination of a four week campaign for 21 Sovereign Cct, Pelican Waters.

"The seller did everything we recommended, the house was impeccable and it presented like it was brand new," Mark McGill of Amber Werchon Property said.

"Fresh paint, new carpets, furniture styling and a print campaign with the Sunshine Coast Daily contributed to the result.

"An opening offer got the ball rolling and bidding continued to $600,000. Instructions were sought from the sellers and further negotiations with the highest bidder soon resulted in an increase to $650,000. …

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