Real Estate

home buyers see their money going further in enoggera

Written by The ReReport

Open spaces outside are complemented by internal spaces like this dining/lounge combination at 23 Staghorn St.

MORE than 30 people came to 23 Staghorn St, Enoggera on the weekend to see the post-war home sell under the hammer.
Eight registered bidders took part in the auction with the house selling for $680,000 to an owner-occupier.

With eight registered bidders, 23 Staghorn St, Enoggera was one of the most popular auctions on the weekend.

Harcourts Solutions agent Kathy Lillecrapp said first home buyers and investors saw value in the house.


“The price bracket here of $600,000 to $700,000 is really popular,’’ Ms Lillecrapp said.

The functional and tidy kitchen has lots of space for kitchen helpers.

“Enoggera has always been the little sister to Ashgrove and Alderley and all of a sudden it’s growing up.”

The master bedroom at 23 Staghorn St invites sleep-ins.

She said its position in a quiet, community-minded suburb coupled with the size of the block at 607sq m gave it instant appeal.

Plenty of green spaces and bike paths along Kedron Brook connect Enoggera to the neighbourhood.

“It’s a typical post-war home so these people now have a big block and they can live in it or demolish it later.”
Around 50 groups viewed the property in the time it was on the market and Ms Lillecrapp said demand is outstripping supply in Enoggera with people seeing value in their investment.
“I wish we had a house like this every week. We have a list of people waiting to buy.”

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