First inspection finds a buyer for Lara acreage property


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65 Constantine Drive, Lara was only on the market for a week.

ACREAGE properties in Lara continue to find favour with buyers moving out from urban Geelong in search of greener pastures.

The new owners of a 1.45ha offering close to Serendip Sanctuary wasted no time pouncing on the sprawling three-bedroom family home.

Hayeswinckle, Lara agent Matthew Ward said they snapped up 65 Constantine Drive, Lara in seven days.

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They paid $980,000 to secure the property after just one open home.

Mr Ward said the buyers had inspected several other acreage properties in Lara and instantly knew this was the one for them.

“They wanted an acreage property and the fact it was close to the You Yangs just added to it a bit,” he said.

“They are a young couple and they are moving from Geelong.”

The open-plan living area.

There’s no shortage of space outside.

The spacious home offers three living areas, including a formal loungeroom, open-plan family room and a rumpus room.

Much of the attraction lay outside with the large paved outdoor entertainment area, deck with a spa, dog run with built-in kennels, an 18m x 7.5m shed and open paddocks.

Mr Ward said there was strong demand for Lara properties across the board.

Lara’s median house price rose 11.1 per cent over the past year to $523,750, CoreLogic data shows.

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