A four-bedroom Thurgoona home has increased in value by 77 per cent in eight years.
36 The Avenue, Thurgoona, sold under the hammer for $900,000 on Thursday - a $340,000 increase since it last sold.
In 2013, the property sold for $560,000.
The brick home offers golf course frontage on the 17th fairway of the Thurgoona Country Club Resort.
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Selling agent Grahame Gould of Chapman Gould and May said the home attracted strong bidding, and both vendor and buyer were happy with the end result.
In South Albury, a young couple purchased 379 Olive Street for $655,000 after it was initially passed in at auction with a highest bid of $550,000.
The property, sold by Stean Nicholls' Nicolas Clarke, sits on a flat level block of 674m2.
While 947 Malaguena Avenue, Glenroy, offered by McGrath, was passed in at auction.
As was 377 North Street, Albury, offered by Chapman Gould and May.
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