Celebrating a Record Sale

Noel Jones Camberwell celebrated a record sale on Wednesday 2nd December 2015. 99 Pleasant Road Hawthorn East sold at auction for $5,275,000; the largest sale on record for the Noel Jones Real Estate Group.

The property, home to six dual level maisonettes c1930, has been let for the past 40 years and owned by the same family since 1963. The sale was managed by Will Van den Dungen and Brodie Pollard.

Five bidders keen to secure the 1589sqm allotment close to Camberwell Junction made for a vibrant auction said Noel Jones Camberwell director David Gillham.

We will be watching with a keen eye as to what happens with this property in the future.

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