THREE days is all it took to sell a 1960s beach shack backing onto the golf course in Anglesea.
No. 3 Birkdale Close sold for $705,000, which was the top end of the asking range.
Great Ocean Properties, Anglesea agent Ian Lawless said it was a very quick sale and sold three days after going on the market.
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“There is a lot of inquiry in the $650,000-$900,000 market, that’s where all of the action is happening,” Mr Lawless said.
He said the 1087sq m property attracted a lot of interest because you could remove the house and use the land, or you could renovate the house or just leave it as is.
“The buyers plan on using it as a holiday house for now and renovate and use as a permanent home in the future,” he said.
The three-bedroom house, that has a view of the 17th hole, has original timber floorboards and an open-plan living area that has access to a north-facing deck.
The median house price in Anglesea has increased 8 per cent in the past year to $851,000, according to CoreLogic.