Hawthorne house sold for $2.04 million

Hawthorne house sold for $2.04 million
Hawthorne house sold for $2.04 million

An Hawthorne house has been sold for $2.04 million making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 62 Harris Street, the 690 sqm property blends modern with vintage styles.

Built in 1910, the property was last sold in 2015 for $1.95 million.

It has been much traded having also sold in 2009 for $1.925 million and 2004 for $986,250.

The upper level features the French provincial style kitchen with breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and timber cabinets that leads to the rear deck.

The timber deck faces east and overlooks the backyard and swimming pool along with shade screens.

Its living room, which can be used as an additional bedroom, encompasses a separate study and is separated from the open plan living and dining area.

The master bedroom has its own walk-in robe along with large ensuite while two additional bedrooms are available with their own built-in robes.

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Downstairs has a study nook and additional room along with two further bedrooms and full bathroom.

The property is moments away from Hawhtorne Park, Hawthorne Garage, local cafes, shops and restaurants.

The property was offered through Place agent Cathy Richards.



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