11 Eastment St, Bardon.
11 Eastment St, Bardon. Realestate.com.au

Qld renovators snap up beachside pad for $300,000

QUEENSLAND'S most viewed home last week was so popular it's already under contract.

The home at 11 Eastment St, Bardon was viewed more than any other on realestate.com.au in Queensland this week.

The three-bedroom house, with a price guide of $625,000 plus, is listed through Ben Wakely of Urban Property Agents, Paddington.

The cottage sits behind a white picket fence on a 411sq m block. It still has original features including VJ walls and ceilings and fretwork.

It has already been raised and is ready to be built in underneath subject to council approval.

 

73 Third Ave, Palm Beach.
73 Third Ave, Palm Beach.

It was down to the Gold Coast for the next most popular house at 73 Third Ave, Palm Beach.

The four-bedroom "classic beach house'' has a split-level layout and multiple living zones.

There are oak timber floors throughout, high ceilings and stone bench tops in the kitchen.

The third most viewed home was on Brisbane's northside at Bracken Ridge. The house at 180 Barrett St, is seeking offers of more than $349,000.

It has three bedrooms and is described as a renovator's delight.

The brick home, is close to local schools, shops and transport.

It was up to the Sunshine Coast for the next most popular listing, a house at 1 Second Ave, Marcoola.

 

1 Second Ave, Marcoola.
1 Second Ave, Marcoola. Realestate.com.au

The home is listed for offers in the mid $300,000. It has three bedrooms, and is described as "ripe for renovation''.

It is about 600 metres from the beach and is already under contract.

The fifth most popular home was a luxurious home at 128 Crosby Rd, Ascot. The seven bedroom home has an internal lift and a total living area of 1409 sqm.

News Corp Australia


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