Colonial five bedroom Annerley house sold for $1.21 million

Colonial five bedroom Annerley house sold for $1.21 million
Colonial five bedroom Annerley house sold for $1.21 million

A Colonial five bedroom ANNERLEY house sold for $1.21 million making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 11 Pitt Street, the 804 sqm property was built in 1914 by the Mackenzies, one of ANNERLEY’s pioneering residents.

It last sold in 2005 for $565,000.

It features a full length verandah that has views of the landscaped gardens as well as an open plan living and dining area.

There is also a chef’s kitchen that features a 900mm Ilve stainless steel oven with gas cooktop, granite bench tops, breakfast bar and cabinets.

Outside the kitchen is an outdoor deck.

Upper level consists of three bedrooms including a master bedroom with its own front verandah, walk-in robe and ensuite.

The second and third bedroom also have access to outdoor areas with the second having its own ensuite and walk-in robe.

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Downstairs features a second living area complete with kitchen, fourth bedroom, bathroom as well as an office and workshop.

Cafes are within walking distance of the property and the Brisbane CBD is six kilometres away.

The property was offered through Place agents Nick Bekker and Lynn McGavin.

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