A coat of paint inside and out has transformed this three-bedroom house at 35 Kalbaru Drive into a stunning residence.
Melbourne buyers appreciated the coastal charm of the updated home and bought it for close to the asking price of $1.075 million.
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Great Ocean Properties, Aireys Inlet agent Marty Maher said the buyers would be using it as a holiday house.
“They didn’t want a large land size, this suited their needs and it was perfectly presented with a great view,” Mr Maher said.
The property last sold for $720,000 in June, 2017. At the time there was a lot of natural timber and exposed brickwork on show.
Now, with fresh paint on every wall inside and out, a new kitchen and bathroom, the three-bedroom house has been given a new lease on life.
There was previously also a self-contained unit that has now been connected to the house and turned into the main bedroom with ensuite.
The makeover also preserved the home’s original charm and infused every aspect with contemporary beach house chic.
The median house price in Fairhaven has increased 33.7 per cent in the past year to $1,147,500, with 16 sales recorded, according to CoreLogic.