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Original Torquay beach house gets second chance at auction

This original house in central Torquay sold for $1.4m at auction.

An original Torquay beach house will live to see another day after a Geelong family outbid three developers for the property, which beat price hopes by $300,000.

The three-bedroom, one-bathroom house, at 23 Central Avenue, sold for $1.4m at auction on Saturday.

A prime location 400m from Fishermans Beach drove competition from buyers looking to add value to the 613sq m block.

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