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Woman impulsively buys $2million Sydney home

A new home was the last thing on the mind of a Sydney businesswoman who took her dog for a walk around her neighbourhood one evening two weeks ago.

But just two weeks later, she’s become the new home owner of a $2,032,500 town house, realestate.com reports.

The multi-million dollar property was snapped up by the unexpected buyer after ‘she saw the (for sale) sign and thought it looked lovely,’ according to Belle Property Balmain agent Monique Dower.

A Sydney woman bought a $2,032,500 home after first seeing it two weeks ago while taking her dog for a walk

'She saw the (for sale) sign and thought it looked lovely,' the home's agent Monique Dower said

‘She saw the (for sale) sign and thought it looked lovely,’ the home’s agent Monique Dower said

The stunning two-storey home in the prestigious area of Birchgrove won the buyer over with its Harbour Bridge views and lavish modern renovations.

She was clearly impressed by the main bedroom’s sparkling new en suite and the kitchen’s Caesarstone quartz lined bench tops. 

While the final selling price was below the reserve amount, previous owners said they were happy to leave the property behind for just over two million. 

The stunning double storey home in the prestigious area of Birchgrove won the buyer over with its Harbour Bridge views and lavish modern renovations 

The stunning double storey home in the prestigious area of Birchgrove won the buyer over with its Harbour Bridge views and lavish modern renovations 

The stylish main bathroom comes with a bath and there's a separate toilet on the lower level 

The stylish main bathroom comes with a bath and there’s a separate toilet on the lower level 

There are hardwood floors, freshly painted walls and air-conditioning for climate control

There are hardwood floors, freshly painted walls and air-conditioning for climate control

The buyer outbid a professional couple who had apparently been shopping around for a long time. 

Bidding started at $1.85 million before a series of $50,000 exchanges were made, then some $25,000, $10,000, $5000 and finally, $500.

The home, at 8 Spring Street, is a traditional freestanding terrace and features a private grassed garden stepping up to a sun-soaked terrace.

A short walk to the wharf and the centre of the city, plus nearby Darling Street attractions and waterfront Birchgrove Oval or Mort Bay Park is sure to keep the woman, and her pooch happy.

The buyer was understadably impressed by the kitchen's Caesarstone quartz lined bench tops

The buyer was understadably impressed by the kitchen’s Caesarstone quartz lined bench tops

The main bedroom is complete with a stunning new en suite and access to the terrace

The main bedroom is complete with a stunning new en suite and access to the terrace

 

 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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