Selling Houses Australia—S12 Ep11 Queanbeyan NSW

Frances Henderson and her beautiful golden retriever Charlie live in a large house in the city of Queanbeyan in southern New South Wales. She purchased the 4-bedder 5 years ago on a whim, but a few months later suffered buyer’s remorse – realising it was too big for her, worn around the edges and strangely enough it’s painted purple!

Despite stunning views of Canberra and a pool, her home stayed on the market for 6 months and several open houses later, Frances didn’t have a single offer even in a market that’s doing quite well and much cheaper than nearby Canberra. Problem is, Frances’ home is at the upper echelon of prices and needs to be presented perfectly. So is it the confused floor plan, jungle garden or the purple exterior putting off buyers? Whatever it is, she and partner Rick need our help moving on and finding their forever home.

 

 


The verdict

 

After going to auction, the final bidder made an offer of $720,000. After the auctioneer spoke to Frances, who dropped her reserve to $750,000. The couple agreed, resulting in her home being sold under auction conditions.

The products in this episode (Duettes and Polysatin Shutters) were proudly supplied and installed by your very own Riteway Curtains and Blinds!

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