A MUCH-LOVED family home of more than 30 years has fetched Adelaide’s highest residential sales of the past week.
The four-bedroom home at 112 Allinga Ave, Glenunga sold under the hammer for $1.336 million, with listing agent Hamish Mill describing the Saturday auction as “fast and spirited”.
“We had three registered bidders on the day, with the opening bid starting at one million and going up in $50,000 increments,” Mr Mill says.
“It was very fast and spirited and in the end, it sold above reserve, and went to a local family with young girls.”
Set on a spacious 802sqm block, the 1925-built bungalow has been renovated throughout.
It features four bedrooms, multiple living areas, a modern kitchen and a large inground pool, surrounded by established gardens at the rear.
Located only minutes from Glenunga International High School, Mr Mill says the home has been of particular interest to families.
“We had hundreds of people through at the opens — all families,” he says.
“There’s definitely been an increase in demand for houses in the area, especially from Indian and Chinese buyers looking to get into the school zone.”
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Located approximately 5km southeast of Adelaide CBD, Glenunga is an inner southeastern suburb of the state capital.
According to CoreLogic, Glenunga now has a median house price of $1.143 million, selling for 74.9 per cent more than they did five years ago.