88 Learoyd Rd, Algester. Picture: realestate.com.auA 4.37ha property at Algester has sold for $3.3 million prior to its scheduled auction. The land at 88 Learoyd Rd comes with development approval, obtained from council in December, for 66 townhouses. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago88 Learoyd Rd, Algester. Picture: realestate.com.auIt’s positioned next to the Tee Time Golf Driving Range and isn’t far from Sunnybank Hills.Yong Real Estate Corporate’s Peter Huang said the property sold early last week to a developer.“He’s doing some development in South Brisbane and in Redcliffe and wanted to do something in Sunnybank,” Mr Huang said.The sellers had held the property, which has an old Queenslander on it, for more than 20 years before deciding to put it on the market.“They are not developers, just normal land owners not in the position to develop it themselves,” Mr Huang said.“They’ll split the money between family members.”Algester is within a 20km radius of Brisbane’s CBD and has a median house price of $490,000, according to CoreLogic.
17 Regal Crescent, Narangba.“There’s fantastic parks around here and I really love our street (because) it’s really quiet.”The home has an open kitchen, living and dining room that leads to an alfresco dining area.The main bedroom has an ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe, while the four other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.Outside, there is a playground and sandpit.Mrs Jones said they also designed a children’s retreat so their three kids could have their own space to play. 17 Regal Crescent, Narangba.“We built the kids’ retreat at the other end of the house (so) they can be as noisy as they want to be,” she said.They also added Crimsafe screens. 17 Regal Crescent, Narangba.“We’ve had a few people through who said it looks smaller from the front,” Mrs Jones said.She and her husband, Aaron, built the house three years ago.Mrs Jones said they chose the 544sq m block because they wanted to live in the area.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“We found the block and then matched the house to the block,” she said.“It’s just so private – we see the top of houses and the rest is just all trees. 17 Regal Crescent, Narangba.Looks can be deceiving when it comes to this near-new home at Narangba.Owner Christina Jones said the five-bedroom house, at 17 Regal Cres, was often mistaken for a small property.
65 Upper Brookfield Rd, Brookfield. Picture: realestate.com.auThere are high ceilings and the kitchen has timber cabinetry. All of the bedrooms have ensuites and the bathrooms are finished in marble.The home has wraparound sandstone bullnose verandas, timber doors and windows throughout.It is on a 2ha parcel of land and is listed through Benjamin Smith and Kel Goesch of Brisbane Real Estate – Indooroopilly. 65 Upper Brookfield Rd, Brookfield. Picture: realestate.com.auIT’S hard not to get caught up in the excitement as the tennis season hits fever pitch.The Hopman Cup and Brisbane International have both just wrapped up and tennis fanatics are getting ready to settle in with the Australian Open.What better time to check out properties with tennis courts for all those with budding tennis superstars in their households.At 96 Haven Rd, Pullenvale, this five-bedroom home comes with a tennis court and a $4 million price tag. 96 Haven Rd, Pullenvale. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by It is a two-storey home with formal and informal living areas. There is a wine cellar and a self-contained office which could potentially be used as a guesthouse.It is listed through Reuben Packer-Hill and Jack Goulmy of McGrath Estate Agents – Paddington.At Hendra, a home at 73 Woodville St has a full-sized tennis court. The five-bedroom, two-level Queenslander is on 1222sq m of land.It has multiple living areas while the kitchen connects to the front veranda and rear deck which overlooks the tennis court. 96 Haven Rd, Pullenvale. Picture: realestate.com.auThe property is described as “resort-style’’ acreage in a secluded bushland setting. As well as a tennis court and swimming pool, there are paddocks and a lake. The home is on 6.4 ha of land which is 14km from the Brisbane CBD.Other outbuildings include a cabana and games rooms. 73 Woodville St, Hendra. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is listed through Amanda Butler and James Campbell of Butler+Co Estate Agents – Ascot.A palatial property at 65 Upper Brookfield Rd, Brookfield, has five-bedrooms, a swimming pool and a flood lit tennis court.The single-level sandstone home has views across the valley and has a formal lounge and dining room with a fireplace.
Plenty of room for entertaining and kicking back.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Her family plans to sell the house to move to something a little bit bigger somewhere else in Brisbane. She described the house as an ideal home for any family looking for a place of their own in Everton Hills. “Someone will be able to really enjoy all the work that we have put into it,” she said. The home sits in a quiet cul-de-sac away from traffic and the hustle and bustle of the city, As delightful outside as inside.while still remaining close to local schools and shops. “It is a very close community,” she said. With two bedrooms on each of its two storeys the home was designed to give large families plenty of space to entertain – and for privacy. 21 Bowers Road North, Everton HillsTHERE have been a few notable changes to the home at 21 Bowers Rd North in Everton Hills after Julene Finnigan bought it 10 years ago.But one of the most exciting additions could be one of the smallest, and its guaranteed to get the attention of every dedicated coffee lover. A touch of class.When they were in the process of renovating the home’s kitchen, they went all out and built a dedicated coffee machine in to the kitchen.“It’s built into the cabinetry, we used that a lot,” Mrs Finnigan said.She described the renovated kitchen, which also includes Caesarstone, as one of the highlights of the house. Sleek and modern.“You could all live on one level and then they can move upstairs when they are teenagers,” she said.The home features just about everything a family could want, including air conditioning, a double lockup garage, 3000L water tank, shed, as well as outdoor and indoor entertaining areas.“It is a good, solid, well built home,” she said. “It just has a level feel and layout.”The home is available now through Harcourts Solutions for offers over $789,000..
Sophie is pictured holding Evie, 2, Nathan Wallace with Aria, 2 and (front), Ryder, 9, and Kai, 10. Picture Mike BatterhamFITNESS guru Sophie Guidolin has found a buyer for her Robina house. The Gold Coast mother-of-four told the Bulletin when she listed the property last December that she never intended to sell the four-bedroom home, until she found out she was expecting twins with husband Nathan Wallace. 2 The Links Robina was listed with a price guide of $799,000 — $849,000. Fitness identity Sophie Guidolin has found a buyer for her Robina home. Picture Mike Batterham The 553sq m has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.Ms Guidolin, who has released a range of fitness programs and recipe books and runs Burleigh Heads gym Hold Your Own with her husband, took to social media to confirm the “bittersweet moment” the sale went unconditional.The property was listed with a price guide of $799,000 — $849,000 and the sale was handled by James Massey of Harcourts Coastal. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe family has sold their Robina home. Picture Mike Batterham“It was the first place we brought our twin girls home to and even walking through now brings a tear to our eyes,” Ms Guidolin said.The couple bought the split-level house overlooking Palmer Golf Course in 2014 for $645,000.