The house at 104 Hawken Drive, St Lucia, sold for $1.85 million.
THE market in St Lucia continues to remain strong despite other whispers of negativity.
The sale of 104 Hawken Drive supports that, garnering three written offers before selling for $1.85 million.
Outside 104 Hawken Drive, St Lucia.
Mortland & Co principal Karen Mortland said the market at St Lucia was “excellent”.
“People are talking the market down but St Lucia is a very, very solid blue chip suburb,” Ms Mortland said.
“It always has been.”
One of the living areas.
Ms Mortland said 36 groups inspected the property at open homes, and it was bought by a family.
“They had been looking for a while and were really honing in on St Lucia,” she said.
“They love the open-plan and the northeast aspect to the rear, as well as that they had a quiet backyard overlooking the pool.
The indoor area flows seamlessly outside through bi-fold doors.
“But most of all, they love the area more than anything else.”
St Lucia is popular for its closeness to popular schools such as Ironside State School, St Peter’s Lutheran College, and University of Queensland.
According to CoreLogic data, the median house sale price St Lucia is $1,147,500.