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MOST residential properties sold above expectations in a winter auction attended by over 100 people in the Matilda Room at the Warrnambool Race Club on Wednesday night. Among the buyers of the 10 homes and the Woodford plot were Trish and Rob Storr, a couple from Melbourne, who bought a three-bedroom California bungalow in Terang. The property at 2 Burkes Road, Terang, sold for $ 392,000, approximately $ 12,000 more than the expected price listed in the buyer’s guide. Ms Storr said the couple sold their home in Chelsea Heights in May and sat in Elliminyt. The house had caught their attention by visiting a friend in Camperdown and exploring the surrounding area. “We drove through Terang and have been looking at this house for six years,” she said. “We thought it was a good time to move. We were in a lifestyle village, we were right above the rest and we didn’t have our own garden.” Mr Storr, who taught high schools for 50 “We’re really happy to get involved in things,” he said. Thirteen properties have gone under the hammer at Ray White. winter auction, with a single commercial property passed at 54 Verdon Street, Warrnambool. A 5,000 square meter block in Woodford sold for $ 350,000, $ 110,000 above expectations. A three bedroom house in Koroit at 69 Clarke Street sold for $ 560,000, $ 100,000 above expectations. A three-bedroom house, 7 Calder Court in Warrnambool, sold for $ 377,000, or $ 77,000 above expectations. A three bedroom house at 9 Lance Court, Warrnambool, sold for $ 410,000, $ 36,000 above expectations. A four bedroom home at 44 Cherlin Drive, Warrnambool, sold for $ 58,000, $ 35,000 above expectations. A three-bedroom home at 5 Tait Crescent, Warrnambool, sold for $ 351,000, or $ 32,000 above expectations. A three-bedroom house at 87 McMeekin Road, Warrnambool, sold for $ 427,000, or $ 27,000 above expectations. A three bedroom house in Koroit at 36 Nine Mile Creek Road sold for $ 433,000, or $ 23,000 above expectations. A two-bedroom unit at 95 Cramer St, Warrnambool, sold for $ 380,000, $ 10,000 above expectations. A three-bedroom home at 72 Hider Street Warrnambool sold for $ 475,000, within the expected buyer’s range of $ 420,000 to $ 480,000. The commercial hotel property in Koroit sold for $ 650,000. Ray White Warrnambool’s partner Fergus Torpy called the event “fantastic”. “I don’t think you can hope for a better night,” Mr. Torpy said. “It’s a lot more formal for a street auction. There were buyers in several properties, and there is the possibility of having all of our resources through the agency here.” Ray White last hosted a multiple indoor auction event at Warrnambool when it was held monthly in theaters in 2015. Have you signed up for The Standard’s daily newsletter and the latest news via e- mail? You can sign up below and make sure you’re up to date with everything happening in the Southwest.


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