Pre-war home with the modern touch snapped just after hitting the market

first_imgThis Enoggera home sold for more than $300,000 above the suburb median.A FOUR-BEDROOM home in Enoggera was only on the market for two weeks before it was snapped up for $1.055 million.The double-storey pre-war house at 24 Laurel St was the second biggest sale across the northwest for the week.Agent Carmen Briggs from Harcourts Solutions said they had received a number of offers on the home shortly after it hit the market.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoInsode 24 Laurel Street, Enoggera“They loved the fact that it could be used for dual living, that it had beautiful polished floors, a great big shed and room for three or four cars,” Ms Briggs said.The buyers were a young couple renting in the area thathad been on the hunt for their first home.The sale price was well above the median sale price for Enoggera of $700,000.Pre-war charms with a modern makeover.It is also the third highest sale price in Laurel St, behind No.53 that sold for $1.065 million andNo.9 which went for $1.725 million, when they were sold last year.“Enoggera is becoming very popular with its proximity to the city, it’s very close to everything,” she said.“We are getting a lot of first-home buyers.”last_img

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