Auction Action: The Quarter Deck, Merewether Heights closing in on first $1 million sale

PRIME POSITION: The Quarter Deck is one of the most sought-after streets in Merewether Heights. No.13 is on the market for the first time and goes under the hammer today.Ahome which is on the market for the first time since being built in 1980 could set a new sale record for The Quarter Deck on Saturday.
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Century 21 Novocastrian’s Nick Stewart has been marketing No.13, which will go to auction at 11.15am today witha price guide of $940,000 to $990,000.

Mr Stewart said 43 groups had been through the three-bedroom home during the three-week campaign.

“It is not a home that has wow factor but it is perfect for someone who is looking for location and to build onto the home,” Mr Stewart said.

He described The Quarter Deck as “arguably the best street in Merewether Heights”.

The previous highest sale for the street, according to n Property Monitors data, was $900,000 last year.

At 12.45pm,Robinson Property’s Mike Flook will take 54 Edward Street, Merewether to auction with a price guide of $1.6 million. The renovated residence has ocean and city views.

RENOVATED: This dual-level home in Merewether’s Edward Street will go to auction with a price guide of $1.6 million.

At 3pm, a 1904 home that has been totally renovated at 45 Hudson Street, Hamilton is set to go under the hammer with a guide of $880,000. It has been marketed by Kate Rundle of Walkom Real Estate.

The Quarter Deck closing in on $1million HISTORIC HAMILTON: Renovated circa 1900s home in Hudson Street set to go under the hammer.

HISTORIC HAMILTON: Renovated circa 1900s home in Hudson Street set to go under the hammer.

HISTORIC HAMILTON: Renovated circa 1900s home in Hudson Street set to go under the hammer.

HISTORIC HAMILTON: Renovated circa 1900s home in Hudson Street set to go under the hammer.

TweetFacebook 45 Hudson Street, Hamilton set for auctionAt 10.30am, Dalton Partners’ Anthony Merlo will take 11 Lindus Street,Wickhamto auction with a guide of $640,000.

On May 5, there were 29 bids for a four-bedroom home inHarle Street, Hamilton South before it sold for $1.21 million.

SOLD: There were 29 bids for a four-bedroom home in Harle Street, Hamilton South before it was finally secured at auction for $1.21 million on May 5.