Annerley singlelevel home sells for record price at auction

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A single-storey home at Annerley has fetched a record price at auction.

Ray White Ascot agent Damon Warat said the five-bedroom, three-bathroom property, at 93 Cracknell Rd, sold under the hammer for $1,290,000.

It was a record sale for single-level home in the area, Mr Warat said.

He said there were three registered bidders and a crowd of 40 people.

The starting bid was $1 million, he said.

Mr Warat said a local family bought the property, which is on a 810sq m block.

The home has a private swimming pool with frameless glass fence, solar heating and automated chemical management system.

A five-bedroom, three-bathroom property at the Grange sold under the hammer for $1,180,000.

Ray White Ascots Ian Cuneo sold the two-level property, at 47 Southerden Avenue, in front of a small crowd.

The five-bedroom home has a private treed backdrop, two-levels with two decks.

The home has been raised and developed in under. Other features of the home include an in-ground salt water pool and airconditioning in all living areas.

Over at 19 Foley Rd, Hemmant, this stunning property on a 3642sq m block was sold under the hammer for $845,500.

Deborah Evans Properties Morningside agent Alison Hewett said it was a $500 bid which secured the property for its new owners, a family with three children.

Ms Hewett said there were six registered bidders on site.

It was just fabulous bidding, she said.

The family is moving from Kingaroy for work. They are starting a new position here in January.

This home may be a little rough around the edges, but it still drew a crowd of about 50 people to Saturdays auction.

Ray White Graceville agent Mervyn Chen said six registered bidders had their eye on 60 Thomas St, Sherwood.

The 405sq m block is on flood-free parcel of land and in a quiet, sought after street of Sherwood.

Mr Chen said the starting bid was $350,000 and the property sold for $511,000.

We sold it to a Corinda couple. They plan to do some renovations to the property, Mr Chen said.

Its really good place, a bit rough around edges but people could see beyond that.

At 48 Gilgandra St, Indooroopilly, it was an emotional sale for the owners of this deceased estate.

Tyler Bean, from RE/MAX Profile Real Estate, said the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property sold for $1.37 million.

The starting bid was $900,000, Mr Bean said.

We had a good crowd, about 60 to 70 people.

Mr Bean said he hired a juice van for the 10am auction, which helped boost crowd numbers.

The home was sold to a young family

Another deceased estate, at 11 Boon St, Ashgrove, sold under the hammer for $675,000.

Olivia Phillips and Nick Ritchie are the new owners of the single-level, two-bedroom home.

SPACE Property Agents Judi ODea said the original 1930s Art Deco cottage was on a flat, elevated block.

She said there were three registered bidders at the 11am auction.

Two sisters sold the property after their mum died six months ago.

The home is neat and tidy with ornate plaster ceilings, original light fittings, beautiful leadlight and bar windows throughout, split-system airconditioning, and has been freshly painted internally, with new carpets laid recently.

Nine registered bidders had their eyes on this Robertson property.

Mark Allen, from Allen & Lee Agents, said the four-bedroom home, at 14 Angophora St, sold under the hammer for $1,030,000.

Mr Allen said the new owner, a Chinese man from NSW, had never seen the property before.

He actually had a friend come and look at it for him, Mr Allen said.

He hasnt seen it. But down the track he plans on moving in.

About 50 people watched the home, which was on the market for the first time in 29 years, sell at auction.

The starting bid was $800,000.

A full list of Queensland auction results are available here.