$5.15 million Kalinga trophy home sale

$5.15 million Kalinga trophy home sale
$5.15 million Kalinga trophy home sale

Brisbane's blue ribbon precinct of Kalinga saw a $5.15 million sale through Ray White New Farm agent Christine Rudolph.

The auction of Winbrook, the five bedroom, five bathroom 2004-built property at 119 Nelson Street saw a massive crowd of 200 onlookers.

The property comes with a full size, flood lit tennis court with elevated spectators' rotunda..

“There were three registered bidders,” said Ms Rudolph.

Haesley Cush, the auctioneer, declared the property on the market at $5 million.

"The winning family, which include three very sporty young boys, are former residents of the street, and familiar with the property.

"When it came on the market they, according to Ms Rudolph “just had to have it.”

It last sold at $4 million in 2017 when bought by the mining industry veteran Brad Gordon.

Over the years he has worked at Placer Dome, Emperor Mines, Intrepid Mines and Acacia Mines.

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