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10B Payne Road, Kernot
Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 or Maddi Golby 0408 559 096
SERENE 2.6 ACRES
Up for offer is a 2.6 acre (approx.) allotment with all the hard work done, cut out site for your brand
new home with current building permit, fully gravelled driveway, fencing across boundaries and all for
$250,000! Live the rural lifestyle without being far away from the main towns. It’s not very often that
you will find a property like this one that is priced to sell.
Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 12 noon on site (unless sold prior)
15 Golf Street, Inverloch
Marni Lee Redmond 0413 525 413 or Dennis Ginn 0412 317 360
COTTAGE WITH POTENTIAL
This generous allotment of 657sqm is in a most highly sought after location only minutes walk
to the centre of town and inlet beaches. Ideal for a multi level luxury town-house development, 2
lot subdivision (STCA) or for a substantial residence. The cottage could be used as a permanent
home, holiday house or terrific investment, ready to occupy or develop. House size: 69sqm. Land
size: 657sqm. Open for Inspection: Saturday January 9 & January 16, 12 noon - 12.30pm
1505 Bass Hwy
7a A’Beckett Street
THERE is an old adage that you have
to spend money to make money and,
when it comes to marketing property,
there is truth in that.
How are you going to sell your home
if nobody knows about it?
The advent of the internet has some
vendors believing a substantial mar-
keting campaign for their home or in-
vestment property is no longer neces-
After all, most people now begin
their property search online and many
attending open homes have researched
the property and the area.
There’s another old saying: first im-
pressions matter, and scientific evi-
dence supports this.
Whether in print or online, your mar-
keting can determine not only buyers’
preconceived ideas when they arrive to
look at your home, but whether they
show up at all.
The impression your home makes
results from the whole package you
present: headline, description and
Your estate agent is qualified to ad-
vise you on this.
Marketing is an important part of
your sales campaign and assists in
achieving the best possible price for
The agent has years, sometimes dec-
ades of experience in writing attention-
grabbing headlines and boiling down
your property’s key points to a few
words, summing it up for those glanc-
ing quickly at your advertisement.
Agents know what features to high-
light and in what order, and some
agencies employ professional real es-
tate advertisement copywriters to help
Presentation of your home is crucial,
but even before the buyers arrive at
the open for inspection most will have
looked at your online photographs.
Does your house look immaculate,
yet welcoming; does it look spacious
and desirable? Does it appeal to a
broad range of buyers?
Your agent will offer tips on what
work to carry out, whether you need
to store belongings or engage a stylist
to present your home in the best pos-
Most agents work with stylists whose
results have been shown to lift the sale
price of homes they have worked on.
There are many marketing options:
internet advertising, paying extra for
premium placement, print advertising
of various sizes in metropolitan and
local media, agency window boards,
signboards with photographs, flyers
and local letterboxing.
Deciding what to invest in can be
tricky – after all, who wants to spend
Your agent has local knowledge and
is trained to assess the best marketing
for your home.
Is it a quality home in an attractive
location, do you need to sell fast, does
it have faults making it a hard sell, is
it a type that’s in demand?
So spend to sell, but take your
agent’s advice and spend wisely.
By Enzo Raimondo, CEO REIV
WHETHER you’re look-
ing for a renovator’s de -
light or perhaps are in
the market for a potential
this property has it all.
Set on a 30m wide
frontage block, with a to -
tal area of approximately
1533sqm, the site offers
opportunity for subdivi-
sion, subject to council
Or if you are seek-
ing your own little rural
hideaway, but don’t want
to live out of town, then
this one is for you.
The building is struc-
turally sound, with four
bedrooms and two bath-
rooms, one being par-
This 1890s circa home
would be a DIY lover’s
dream; it has already
been re-stumped and
has beautiful Baltic pine
Outside there is a sin-
gle garage, and a 9m x
15m shed, with plenty of
space and potential.
The property will be
auctioned by Auddino
First National Real Es-
tate at 11am on Satur-
day, January 30.
is all yours
This four bedroom Nyora Road, Poowong property will go to auction on Saturday, January 30 on site.
73 Commercial Street, Korumburra
SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 2016, 11am
onsite 52-54 Nyora Road, Poowong
RENOVATE OR DEVELOP
For those that want the open space but want to live near town as
well this is for you. Structurally sound 4BR, 2 bathrooms (1
partially competed) home is calling all DYI people to show some
love to this circa 1890’s home that is situated on the edge of
town.The home has been re-stumped for solid bones, Baltic pine
flooring, single car garage and a 9m x 15m shed. Let your
imagination run wild. The 30 metre wide frontage block offers
an opportunity for subdivision (STCA) with a total area of
approx. 1533m2. Terms: 10% deposit, balance 30 days.
IMAGINE yourself situ-
ated in this beautiful
area, rolling hills with
commanding views, your
dream home, serene life-
style, what more could you
Up for offer is an approxi-
mately 2.6 acre allotment
with all the hard work done.
A cut out site is already
prepared for your brand
new home (with current
It also has a gravel drive-
way, fencing across bound-
aries and is on the market
for just $250,000.
This block at 10B Payne
Road, Kernot is your
chance to live the rural life-
style without being far away
from the main towns.
The property is just un-
der half an hour to the
Bass Highway at Grantville
and the town of Wonthaggi.
It’s not very often that you
will find a property like this
one that is priced to sell.
To make an inspection,
call Alex Scott and Staff
Grantville agents Lynn Pen-
dergast on 0458 780 023
or Maddi Golby on 0408
There are magnificent views of the Kernot hills.
Serene 2.6 acres
The driveway leads up to the secluded block.
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