Humble red-brick Sydney home sells for $600,000 over the reserve for $4million

What $4million looks like today: Why this humble Sydney home sold for $600,000 over the reserve The one-storey home in Rodd Point, in Sydney's inner-west, sold for $4million  The red-brick home sits behind Nield Park and has waterfront and city views Home is also metres away from the popular Bay Run and has two bedrooms

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:31 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 01:33 BST, 4 May 2021

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A single-storey red brick home has sold for a staggering $4million, a whopping $610,000 over the reserve price.

The humble home on Nield Avenue, in Rodd Point in Sydney's inner west, had 25 bidders in attendance for its auction over the weekend.

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The two-bedroom house sits behind Nield Park and offers waterfront and city views.

With the popular Bay Run also just a stone's throw away, the home was a rare find for many families looking

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