Historic homes and classy mansions to sell at upcoming auctions

first_img40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs.An architecturally designed Brisbane home with award-winning landscaping is set to sell under the hammer this weekend.The property, at 40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs, has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a six-car garage. Kick back and relax at 9 Palm Ave, Sherwood.Ray White — Sherwood selling agent Jackson Evenden said the renovated kitchen had ample storage and bench space for cooking enthusiasts.The property goes to auction at 3pm on Saturday. Follow Reshni Ratnam on Twitter Check out this cute space at 52 Sheriff Street, Petrie Terrace.Features of the property include an in-ground magnesium swimming pool, a private outdoor retreat with bath and original character features throughout.Mr Coussens said the home would best suit either a professional couple who worked nearby or in the CBD, or a family with teenage children. The living area at 40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs.Other features of the home include a swimming pool, entertaining room with bar, and a powder room.The property goes to auction at 10am. 26 Frank St, Norman Park.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoPlace — Bulimba selling agent Shane Hicks said the property featured a very traditional layout with VJS, polished floorboards, high ceilings, breezeways and timeless features throughout. “It has been restumped and well cared for,” Mr Hicks said.The colonial-style Queenslander is close to the CBD. 147 Park Road, Yeerongpilly.This beautiful colonial home, built in 1917, will go to auction at 10am.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 147 Park Rd, Yeerongpilly is perfect for a young couple or a small family.McGrath Annerley Yeronga selling agent Kristy Noble said the current owners were looking to move on and invest their money somewhere else.Ms Noble said the property, known as ‘Lillypilly’, still held on to the charm and detail of the early 1900s with the L-shaped veranda, stain glass windows and soaring ceilings being just some of the historic features.She said there was the option to build in underneath, raise the property or add another level.The property is close to parks, local tennis clubs and shopping centres and public transport. The massive home at 40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs.Ray White — Bridgeman Downs selling agent Sonya Treloar said the home was built and designed by the current owners.The resort-inspired entrance to the home, is stately yet shouts privacy, according to Ms Treloar. “Solid timber sliding gates, a welcoming gatehouse and security back to the home ensure only those that are invited are admitted,” she said. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here 9 Palm Ave, Sherwood.After 20 years, the owners of this Sherwood home have decided to move on.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 9 Palm Ave, features high ceilings and Tasmanian Oak floors which give it an extremely fresh feel. 52 Sheriff Street, Petrie Terrace.An impeccably renovated 1930s cottage with four bedrooms and two bathrooms will go to auction at 11am on Saturday.The property at 52 Sheriff St, Petrie Tce has been fully renovated in the last five years. 26 Frank St, Norman Park.A home at 26 Frank St, Norman Park, in the one family for two generations, will go under the hammer at 9am.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom home is on a 810sq m block and the existing owner is ready to sell after owning it since 1925. The home at 52 Sheriff Street, Petrie Terrace.Vivid Property Group selling agent Thomas Coussens said the owner had massive acreage on the Sunshine Coast and was working on “doing up” a cottage there.last_img

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