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Historic once-in-a-generation renovators fetch millions

By Taylor and Partners Reception

Sydney’s clearance rate and open-home numbers may be down slightly as the country wobbles under coronavirus fears but rare “once-in-a-generation” renovators are still producing fierce bidding and multimillion-dollar sales.

That said, buyers were still ready to open their wallets.

Sydney’s highest reported sale under the hammer at the weekend was a luxury three-bedroom apartment at 2/6 Cliff Street, Milsons Point, which sold for a whopping $8 million, but there were numerous other sizeable sales, such as 85 Addison Road, Manly, which sold for $4.9 million, and 2 Mark Street, Hunters Hill, which sold for $3.7 million.

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Author: Ellen Lutton

Publication: domain.com.au

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