From beaches up to Brissie
A SPLIT-level Queenslander in South Brisbane sold under the hammer at auction for $865,000.
Marketing agent Ben White from Place New Farm said the in-rooms auction for 30 Frith St attracted more than 20 people.
Auctioneer Peter Burgin took an opening bid of $800,000 from the floor before a young family from Main Beach made the winning bid.
“With nearly 70 buyers’ inspections, and multiple offers prior to the auction, the property sold under the hammer, with both the buyers and sellers extremely happy with the outcome,” Mr White said.
“The property features a blend of classic and contemporary architecture.”
There is an open-plan design to the three-bedroom property, featuring two bathrooms and two garage spaces. The kitchen has European appliances and stone benchtops.
Other features include a large internal laundry, polished timber flooring, high ceilings, gallery down lights, airconditioning in the main sitting area and a security gate with intercom. There are views to Highgate Hill.