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.

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