Brisbane’s auction market is heating up with more than $13m worth of property changing hands

first_imgHaesley Cush at the Ray White Auction under the Stars.A two-bedroom ground floor courtyard townhouse in New Farm at 7/32 Hazelwood St sold for $780,000.“No doubt units have been softer up until now but we saw the comeback of the unit market tonight with strong competition on all the unit stock we had. Another unit at 27/4 Wandoo St, Fortitude Valley sold for $537,000. 52 Union St, Clayfield. Picture:’S auction market is heating up with more than $13m worth of property changing hands overnight. In all 27 properties were offered for sale under the massive auction program in Brisbane on Wednesday night with ten properties selling and another $5m worth of deals under negotiation.The biggest sale was a five-bedroom home at 52 Union St Clayfield which went under the hammer for $2.145 million. More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours ago21 Blaikie St, Hendra.There is an outdoor kitchen with Beefeater barbecue and a wine fridge, this area overlooks the swimming pool. 11 Stafford St, Windsor.Auctioneer Haesley Cush said the auction campaign reflected how the Brisbane market was performing.“The good news story in Brisbane is the inner north continue to shine where unrenovated homes are selling in the $600,000s and renovated are selling for double that which is big news. But we have seen the comeback of the inner city unit market,’’ he said.Mr Cush said half the properties they sold were units, which was a turn around from just 12 months ago.center_img 52 Union St, Clayfield. Picture: agent Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm said it sold to a Sydney-based family which planned to move to Brisbane.The contemporary home was designed by award-winning architect Harry Poulos. It has two separate office areas and a large open plan living area which flows outdoors. The property has a solar heated swimming pool. GATSBY-ESQUE PARTY HOUSE HITS A RECORD PRICE MURDER HOUSE SOLD FOR MILLIONS Also selling under the hammer was a five-bedroom house at 21 Blaikie St, Hendra, which sold for $1.53 million.The new Hamptons style home has five separate living areas including a media/music room with sound proof batts in the walls. 21 Blaikie St, Hendra.It was listed through Damon Lewis of Ray White – New Farm.A home at 11 Stafford St, Windsor sold under the hammer for $1.225 million.The five-bedroom renovated house has terraced gardens and a secure front entry gate.It has high ceilings and open plan living with polished timber floors. The home was listed through Nicholas Carroll of Ray White – Spring Hill.last_img

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