Great slice of city living without the high price tag

first_imgThe home at 47 Merton Rd, Woolloongabba.BUYERS seeking an inner-city lifestyle without the hefty price tag have snapped up a home in Woolloongabba before it even hit the market.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom house on 410 sqm at 35 Taylor St sold for $761,000 in an off-market deal negotiated by John Kalaja of Harcourts Proactive Results — West End.Mr Kalaja said the buyers planned to renovate and extend the property to live in themselves.The house is ready to move in but is in need of a makeover.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020He said the market for houses under $1 million in Brisbane’s inner-city was very strong, but stock was scarce. The home at 47 Merton Rd, Woolloongabba.As a result, he was selling more homes through off-market transactions.Mr Kalaja said the suburbs of Woolloongabba and Dutton Park were still affordable compared to homes in Highgate Hill and West End. He has also sold a cute colonial cottage at 47 Merton Rd, Woolloongabba, for $875,000.The four-bedroom home on 506 sqm is a short walk from The Gabba and Mater Hospital.Woolloongabba is 3km from the CBD and has a median house price of $762,000.last_img

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