A five-bedroom home on the edge of the Albury CBD, which was formerly a dental practice, has been sold after auction on Saturday.
The 426 Crisp Street address received a bid of $750,000 from one of multiple assembled registered bidders before being passed in on a vendor bid of $800,000 at the auction conducted by agents Chapman, Gould & May.
But in subsequent negotiations the property was sold to a buyer from outside Albury for a higher, but undisclosed price.
"All parties are very happy," auctioneer Grahame Gould said.
"There is no doubt the market is still in very good condition.
"There are still a lot of buyers out there looking for properties."
The next door property, a two bedroom townhouse, sold last month for $760,000.
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Dr Westman, who continued working at the practice on a casual basis post the sale, died in 2019.
The red brick building has been returned to a residential property and includes a fully contained upstairs area featuring two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and loungeroom.
It is ideally positioned to the nearby Scots School, Harris Farms-Amart shopping centre, Astor Hotel and easy access to the Albury CBD.
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