We are very pleased to have been given the opportunity to sell this lovely property on Swan Bay Road Wallington “off market”. The property consists of 2 titles: A 6 acres vacant allotment plus a 2.5 acre title which includes a 3 bedroom brick house.
Vendors are willing to consider offers for the 6 acres alone, or the 2 titles combined totalling 8.5 acres and the brick house.
The photos below were taken on my iPhone and definitely do not do justice to this impressive small acreage allotment in a lovely section of Wallington, just 15 minutes from Geelong on the Bellarine Peninsula. Additional to the native gum trees on the property are many established claret ash and pear trees that the owners has planted. A number of possible home sites await you to build your dream home while you live in the existing home, or rent it out for an annual income of up to $18,000 per year. A bonus of the property is that it is on town water.
At this stage this will not advertised on the open market. This type of property does not come onto the market every day. so get in now before the secret is out. To find out more call Scott Hunt on 0431 474 721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good question! This 4.5 acre (approx) property has just come onto the market and is an outstanding and rare opportunity to purchase acreage at this price.
If you’re happy to roll up the sleeves and put in a bit of elbow grease, then that is all this property needs to turn it into an outstanding lifestyle property. Just 5 mins for Ocean Grove and its bustling shopping centre and renowned surf beaches. 15 mins to Victoria’s 2nd city Geelong.
If you’ve been looking for acreage for a while but can’t quite manage the price tag, then here’s your chance.
Asking $660,000 – $685,000.
Proving that it is dangerous to use a council valuation as your guide to a property’s value, the latest council valuation on our stunning property at 865 Portarlington Rd Leopold has come in at $1.03M up from the previous year’s valuation of $750,000!
That’s quite a jump. Seems like they hadn’t valued the property for some time which shows that you should be careful not to jump on the section 32 and go straight to the rates page to see what a property is “worth”!
Of course this is still below the asking price of $1.15-1.25M. However it does not take into account the income of $15,000 pa the property earns via the second dwelling; a 3 bedroom 1960’s cream brick house.