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Record breaking sale after first inspection

A new suburb record in the Brisbane town of Grange was set with the settlement of 79 Montpellier Street for around $4 million.

“This is the highest price ever recorded for the suburb. The property sold after the first inspection,” Damon Warat, selling agent of Ray White Ascot said.

Mr Warat sold the residence before the formal marketing campaign had launched.

“I had two buyers on my database who I knew were looking for this type of home. I took them both through before the online ads went live.

“Both parties made offers after that first inspection and the property was sold within 24 hours,” Mr Warat explained.

The colonial-style home, set in one of Brisbane’s most coveted areas atop Wilston Hill, features four bedrooms, three bathrooms and parking for two cars.

“The property sits on 2238m² of land and includes a tennis court, fully landscaped gardens and a resort style pool.

“Inside the home there’s a multitude of living spaces with period features and the property benefits from a north easterly aspect with district and bay views,” Mr Warat said.

Named Ray White Queensland’s 2014 salesperson of the year, the record-breaking sale is a significant achievement for Mr Warat.

“To set a new suburb record for an area as prestige as Grange is a huge accomplishment in my career,” Mr Warat concludes.