Seven Hill Brisbane home takes most expensive weekend sale

Seven Hill Brisbane home takes most expensive weekend sale
Seven Hill Brisbane home takes most expensive weekend sale

Brisbane's most expensive property to sell at weekend auction fetched $1.39 million.

Brenton Faehrmann of Place Group Bulimia was the selling agent of 13 Ursus St, Seven Hills.

The property hadn't been traded since 1990 when it was sold for $145,000. 

The 1242 sqm family home features dual street access, manicured lawns and gardens and a 20 seat entertaining deck with Miele dishwasher, built in bbq and sink.

The inside kitchen designed by Garsden and Clarke's kitchen interiors and includes integrated appliances, a breakfast bar and a 40ml stone bench with waterfall ends.

The six bedroom property has three bedrooms downstairs and three upstairs.

Separate to the main house is a shed/games room of the corner block. 

The suburb of Seven Hills is five kilometres from Brisbane CBD.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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