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Last Updated: 19 Aug 2017 06:23 PM

Top Houses

Address Price
1059-1061 Toorak Rd CAMBERWELL $5,500,000
37 Wellington St KEW $4,000,000
100 Spensley St CLIFTON HILL $3,900,000
70 Herbert St MIDDLE PARK $3,500,000
3 Rothesay Av MALVERN EAST $2,990,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
5/226A Kooyong Rd TOORAK $2,665,000
2/160 Church St BRIGHTON $2,020,000
50A David St HAMPTON $1,910,000
204/380 Bay St BRIGHTON EAST $1,500,000
19B Reno Rd SANDRINGHAM $1,450,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
9/45 Broomfield Av ALPHINGTON $341,000
25 Springhurst Cr GROVEDALE $366,000
8 Harvey Ct ROXBURGH PARK $390,000
21 Rossiter Av ROXBURGH PARK $400,000
12 Ella Ct KURUNJANG $401,500

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
15/5 Ovens Ct WERRIBEE $233,000
47/145 Canterbury Rd TOORAK $250,000
9/32 Fintonia Rd NOBLE PARK $270,000
7/226 Glenlyon Rd BRUNSWICK EAST $320,000
8/1A Wilkinson St RESERVOIR $325,000

Last Updated: 19 Aug 2017 06:23 PM

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August 10 2017

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July 24 2017

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