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“74 The Anchorage” – Record sale for Port Macquarie

“74 The Anchorage” – Record sale for Port Macquarie

One of Port Macquarie’s most prestigious canal addresses “74 The Anchorage”, has sold at auction for a Port Macquarie residential record price of $2.95 million. The sale follows an extensive auction campaign executed by Elders Port Macquarie sales agent, Corrine Cunningham.

Set among Port Macquarie’s coveted canal locale, the five bedroom, three bathroom property appealed to a wide-range of buyers, with its striking and luxuriously finished ‘Coastal Hamptons’ style. Set on 877sqm, the spacious two storey 363sqm home overlooks Port Macquarie’s picturesque canals, further adding to the property’s appeal.

74 The Anchorage Port Macquarie stunning facade

74 The Anchorage’s stunning Hamptons style facade

The auction, executed by Elders Port Macquarie Director David Gray, saw numerous bidders battle it out during a hotly contested 30-minute period, finally concluding at $2.95 million.

Selling agent Corrine Cunningham commented, “the impressive Hampton style home on the canal waterfront in Port Macquarie has set a new precedence for just how strong the growth is in the sought-after coastal town.”

The sale of 74 The Anchorage adds to Corrine’s stellar growing portfolio, having transacted several $1 million+ sales in 2019 alone.

Corrine’s 2019 Top 5 Sales

$2.95m – 74 The Anchorage, Port Macquarie NSW
$1.925m – 94B The Anchorage, Port Macquarie NSW
$1.91m – 135 River Park Road, Port Macquarie NSW
$1.3m – 18B Cornwallis Close, Port Macquarie NSW
$1.18m – 27 Ballina Crescent, Port Macquarie NSW

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