Pre-war time capsule home sells for millions in sought-after Brisbane suburb

first_imgThe property is in an ideal location, just 2km from the CBD.“All of a sudden, two other parties also submitted offers, so we had three contracts on the one day.“The end buyer had the best terms and conditions, so we went with them — it was a really good outcome.” The adjoining property at 22 Abbott St, New Farm.According to property researcher CoreLogic, the sale of 5-7 Mark St was the top sale in Queensland in the past week.New Farm is a high demand suburb with a median house price of $1.7 million. This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.Selling agent Peter Hutton of Hutton & Hutton Real Estate said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, had generated a lot of interest and attracted three offers.But he admitted many prospective buyers found it hard to envisage what to do with the property, given its pre-demolition status and the fact it had a brick wall down the middle of the house. IS THIS BRISBANE’S BEST RENO? This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.Mr Hutton said the buyer had been looking for a place to call home in New Farm for a long time.The vendors of 5-7 Mark St also recently sold the adjoining, century-old property at 22 Abbott Street for $3.36 million at auction to a local family who plan to renovate. This pre-war property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.A 1940s time capsule in the heart of one of Brisbane’s most popular suburbs has sold for $2.35 million.The unrenovated, pre-war duplex had been held by three siblings for the past 45 years before selling to a local family, who plan to turn it into their ‘forever home’. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The back of the property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm.That was until the lucky buyer brought an architect along with them one day.“The architect gave them the level of confidence they needed and they submitted an offer,” Mr Hutton said. This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“It was purpose-built as a duplex, so basically two apartments side-by-side with a brick wall down the middle,” Mr Hutton said.“For most buyers that was a hard intersection of pre-war and not being a typical colonial, so most buyers couldn’t kick in their imagination to work out what to do with it.” ANDREW WINTER’S PROPERTY SHUFFLE last_img

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