A TRADESMAN that helped update a Drysdale house has now bought the sprawling home for his own family.
The local buyer secured 59-61 Cemetery Rd for $990,000, which was towards the top end of the asking range.
Bellarine Property, Barwon Heads agent Lee Martin said the buyer had been through the house as a tradesman.
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“They had a similar house but on a smaller block so were upsizing,” Mr Martin said.
“It is on a super quiet street with a big backyard and renovated house.”
The four-bedroom house is on 3599sq m of land and has three separate living areas including a formal loungeroom, open-plan kitchen, meals area and loungeroom and a theatre room.
Outside there is a salt chlorinated heated swimming pool surrounded by Astro Turf and an entertainment area with cafe blinds.
The property also has a large shed that will accommodate a boat, a 2000l rainwater tank, vegetable garden and chicken run.
The median house price in Drysdale has increased 8.6 per cent in the past year to $472,500, according to CoreLogic.