‘X’ factor helped these homes sell

first_imgTwo wine fridges flank the kitchen island.The six bedroom, three bathroom, triple garage house was sold by Zora and Michael Liu of LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills. The house last sold for $390,000 in 2006 and was built in 2005.It was marketed as a “spacious modern mansion” surrounded by high quality homes in a highly desirable location. 373 Swann Road, St Lucia Qld 4067SOME homes just have it, that certain ‘x’ factor that sees them change hands with relative ease when others may struggle, like the top two sales landed in QLD this weekend.A five-bedroom house in Brisbane university suburb St Lucia fetched the highest price of all houses that were on sale across the state this week, according to latest CoreLogic data.The home at 373 Swann Road was sold for $1.7m by Caroline Munro Property. Loads of room to move with friends over.The outdoor entertainment space fits both a dining and sitting set and has in-built speakers, a mountable television, dimmable downlights and a gas outlet for the external kitchen.The property also has a large concrete street entry that can take six vehicles for off-street parking or make a good area for basketball. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK The home was billed as being perfect for those wanting to be close to UQ. The home that $5.6m can’t buy TV personality’s dream home up for rent 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 Pizza restaurant owner selling slice of New Farm CoreLogic records show the home was being resold just a year and a half after it last changed hands, with the new owner landing a $110,000 discount on what the previous owner paid. The house last sold in 2006 for $390,000.It has two wine fridges under the kitchen island, a Vacuum Maid cleaning system, a laundry chute, an automatic chemical controller for the fuss-free pool maintenance, and multi-zone ducted airconditioning. The living room has 12ft high ceilings.An even larger home at 9 Ruby Close, Eight Mile Plains, was the second most expensive home sold during the week, fetching $1.458m.The home was said to considered lucky given “this property even has exactly 18 stairs in its staircase to ensure good feng shui”. The St Lucia home has an inground pool and lots of entertainment space.Agent Caroline Munro had marketed it as a landmark family residence with easy access to the University of Queensland.The home was on a 766 sqm block, and has five living areas, three bathrooms, one ensuite, a two-car garage, is fully fenced and has an inground swimming pool. The house has 12ft ceilings in its main living and dining rooms, with ornate plasterwork and elegant lighting.last_img

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