Former PM Julia Gillards Altona home has sole for some-more than $250,000 over seeking price
THE Altona former home of Julia Gillard has sole for a large $921,000.
A throng in a hundred’s collected to watch as a medium three-bedroom section residence that was once home to a Prime Minister of Australia went underneath a hammer.
After half an hour of behind and onward bids, trimming from $100,000 to $1000, a skill available a sale around $250,000 past a estimated operation of $600,000 to $650,000.
The winning bid came from a male to a left of a throng wearing a navy cap, with about 5 bidders entering a fray.
Ms Gillard, who bought a home for about $140,000, stands to slot as many as $780,000, reduction amends and restoration costs, from a sale.
Anna Grech, a genuine estate representative from Jas Stephens Williamstown, who rubbed a sale, told a Herald Sun a auction “was going to be what it was going to be”.
“I’d worked tough on it, though we was shaken about it – mostly about a TV cameras,” Ms Grech said.
Jas Stephens executive Craig Stephens pronounced he believed a sale was a record cost for a street, and one of a longest auctions hold in a suburb.
Ms Gillard has bought a $2 million beachside bungalow in Adelaide to be closer to her mother, sister and new niece.
After she was defeated by Kevin Rudd progressing this year, Ms Gillard famously betrothed to be “the many prying good aunt in Australia’s history”.
She was also allocated an titular highbrow of politics during a University of Adelaide.