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Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by Leo2413, 28th Sep, 2016.

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  1. Leo2413

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    Kitchen is small me thinks.
     
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    I think that house is horrendous.. only 303sqm. two houses from Holland Rd, backing onto Logan Rd. Terrible kitchen.. non-existent yard. I think anyone spending over $800k would be crazy..

    For the 1.25m price point I'd be expecting a quiet street, 400sqm, perfect layout in the house including huge (Miele) Kitchen, 5bed, or 4 + study, not 3bed + study like the one above. I think this one should be priced as a townhouse on a busy road.
     
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    Look at this one. Sold 1.185m and the replica minus a pool on the other subdivided lot (cant find the link) sold 1.25m.
    49b Castle Hill Street, Holland Park West, Qld 4121 - Property Details

    Still think you need Miele to get above 1m?
    ;)

    I think the main thing that could see it get a lower price is the small size land.
     
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    Castle Hill St is on 481sqm.. I can't see a floor plan, but 481sqm on a quiet st would easily command the $1.2m..

    303sqm backing onto Logan Rd?? It's either the busiest or second busiest intersection in Holland park.. Through in some Miele and they may get $810k :p
     
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    Is that really a pool?
     
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    Must be a water feature at the back?

    Only single garage, not double..
    The upstairs bedrooms are only 2.8m wide.
     
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    Hush.. I want it to get a good price. :p Ill cry if its under 1m...:oops: (and no its not mine)
     
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    I wouldn't be too worried about this house as a comparable unless your development is also on/backing onto a main road?

    Overall I think the architect did a really poor job in this one.. but the 303 block size must have caused most of the design inadequacies..

    For the $1.2m+ I'd expect;
    Quiet street,
    spacious kitchen flowing out to outdoor patio
    double garage,
    5bed or 4 + study,
    bigger swimming pool,
    separate WC upstairs,
    spacious bedrooms (at least 3.0m wide),
    I don't think it's hard to get the 3rd Bathroom downstairs if you've got the powder room/Laundry,
    Miele :p
     
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    That's what I'm thinking. The aspect and size of the block is inferior to others but money has been put into it.. Its going to be a really interesting one to watch to see the mindset of OO and demand for this type of stock on poorer aspects.
     
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    No mate, mine are on a quiet well known street right near multi million dollar homes. Will have sweeping views of mount Gravaat, double tandem garage, kitchen flowing onto deck with outdoor kitchen for entertainment. No pool however. The feedback was 50/50 and in some cases ppl would pay a premium for a no pool option. And for the knock out blow.. we'll have PITT stone cooktop



    My builder is having heart palpitations as we speak to be honest to get it in budget.
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    But coming back to my original point.. i'd still like to see a crappy one get a good price.. cos then you know what that means....$:D$:oops:
     
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    It sounds like your development is set for an excellent price based on location and inclusions..

    It will be very interesting to see the selling price of Curlewis St, but think it's in a much lower league than yours.. If you have a look at google streetview (from Logan rd) you’ll see the balcony from the master bed is overlooking Logan Rd. The cop shop is also on this intersection, so might get a few extra sirens. You may know better than me, but I wouldn’t have thought anyone around this price point ($1-1.2m) would consider buying on a main road?

    How do you clean that cooktop of yours??
     
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    Mate I'm sure you're on the money with the location, I really just had a quick look at the finishes and made a quick decision (probably internal bias) but it's likely the challenges to the site you've pointed out will affect the price. What will be interesting is to see by how much... :)

    How do you clean that cooktop? No idea I don't cook...:oops: Ah I guess you just wipe directly onto the stone.?