Albany Creek acreage gem is hotly contested at auction

first_imgREAL ESTATE: 22 Alpinia Court Albany CreekA LOT of people wanted to get their hands on this acreage Albany Creek home.The five-bedroom home at 22 Alpinia Court in Albany Creek was sold at auction for $1.4 million in what is one of the biggest sales ever for the suburb.Very modern and stylish inside.With a tennis court, swimming pool and an acreage property that overlooks a nature reserve, there was heated bidding between 12 people on auction day.Perfect for tennis lovers.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoAccording to agent Sonya Treloar from Ray White Bridgeman Downs, the successful bidder was a husband and wifethat wanted to move back to Queensland after some time away from the Sunshine State.“The husband was bidding and the wife was on FaceTime during the auction,” Ms Treloar said.“She was crying when the hammer came down.”Made for entertaining.At 0.80ha it is one of the larger properties in the suburb.Although the home was less than 20 years old, it was completely renovated last year.The street is behind the Bunyaville Conservation Park, giving the home a tree line across the backyard.The sellers planned to move to a smaller property as well as do some travelling.last_img

first_imgREAL ESTATE: 22 Alpinia Court Albany CreekA LOT of people wanted to get their hands on this acreage Albany Creek home.The five-bedroom home at 22 Alpinia Court in Albany Creek was sold at auction for $1.4 million in what is one of the biggest sales ever for the suburb.Very modern and stylish inside.With a tennis court, swimming pool and an acreage property that overlooks a nature reserve, there was heated bidding between 12 people on auction day.Perfect for tennis lovers.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoAccording to agent Sonya Treloar from Ray White Bridgeman Downs, the successful bidder was a husband and wifethat wanted to move back to Queensland after some time away from the Sunshine State.“The husband was bidding and the wife was on FaceTime during the auction,” Ms Treloar said.“She was crying when the hammer came down.”Made for entertaining.At 0.80ha it is one of the larger properties in the suburb.Although the home was less than 20 years old, it was completely renovated last year.The street is behind the Bunyaville Conservation Park, giving the home a tree line across the backyard.The sellers planned to move to a smaller property as well as do some travelling.last_img

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