Caption: After selling in 2014, the WDHS Charity house is back on the market
After selling in 2014 as part of the Western District Health Services (WDHS) Watermark Charity House auction, 3 Edradour View, Hamilton is back on the market.
With a price tag tipping over $1 million, the house previously sold to the highest bidder for $881,000 in front of a huge crowd seven years ago.
The funds raised from the sale of the house were directed towards purchasing new equipment for the theatre department at Hamilton Base Hospital.
Listing the house seven years later, Southern Grampians Livestock and Real Estate auctioneer and sale consultant, Bridget Fry said she was privileged and excited to sell the property to interested buyers.
Now priced at $1,299,000, Ms Fry said the property boasted the best views in Hamilton.
Ms Fry said the property had only been on the market for just over three weeks, but had already received considerable attention.
“We’ve had a couple interested parties come through, but we haven’t found the right buyer just as yet,” she said.
“But this is such a fabulous property, so we are not concerned.
“We have had a mixture of interest varying from both metro Melbourne and regional areas.”
Article: Condensed from The Spectator, Allanah Sciberras