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Superb cottage sells quickly

December 16th 2008

Fletchers’ expertise results in great outcome for vendors

The quick sale of a beautiful home in Queenscliff underlines how important it is for vendors to employ professional, skilled agents who understand the market.
The property was sold swiftly for a great price because of the high standard of expertise of the agents, Fletchers. The Director of Fletchers Bellarine, James Gladman says the 2 bedroom cottage at 1 St Andrews Street, Queenscliff has been beautifully restored and updated.
“It’s a very comfortable home from about 1876 that was a sea pilot’s cottage. It’s popularly known as Captain Bower’s cottage.
“With cafés and some of the best coffee in Hesse Street close by and the parks and beach just as near in the other direction, this home has so much to offer.

“In a very quiet street and set in minimum gardens with a sunny and private courtyard, it includes polished Baltic boards, high ceilings, ducted heating and an open fireplace, an entrance hall and a bright open plan living-dining-kitchen area opening to the courtyard.
“It’s a great find for the lucky new owners from Melbourne and we were very pleased for the vendors that we were able to sell it so quickly.”
Asked why he thought the agency was so successful James said: “We believe if you have the right attitude then you can achieve outstanding results all year round.
“We believe that provided a property is appraised correctly from the outset, is well presented and professionally marketed to the most important catchment areas, a great result can be achieved.”

If you are planning to deal in real estate in the Bellarine Peninsula or the surrounding areas consult Fletchers.
Their skilled team of professional consultants will guide you rightly about the best way to approach the market.

– Fletchers Property Newsletter October 2008 Edition