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these insane dream homes will go under the hammer this saturday

Written by The ReReport



The house at 62 Keona Rd, McDowall, will go to auction on Saturday.

DREAM homes galore will be going under the hammer this weekend.
The split-level house at 62 Keona Rd, McDowall, already has seven registered bidders, according to Ray White Ascot’s Alexander Shean.

The kids can splash from the pool while you watch from the alfresco dining area.

Mr Shean said he expected more to register for the auction of the six bedroom, three bathroom property, which is on a large 1058sq m block.
“Keona Rd is known as a premier location in McDowall,” Mr Shean said.
“It’s a fairly unique property for the location, with not many in that price bracket in the area.”

The property at 62 Keona Rd, McDowall, has a large outdoor area.

The agent said they had more than 80 visitors at inspections of the property, which has 557sq m of under roof living and “ticks all the boxes” for buyers.

Bi-fold doors allow for a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors.

A few of the property’s luxury features include 13m inground pool with spa jets, ducted zoned airconditioning, in-built speakers, ducted vacuum, gatehouse with intercom, and 20,000L of water tanks which are plumbed to toilets, laundry and outdoor hoses.
The house will go to auction at 10am, Saturday November 3.

The incredible home at 31 Brisbane St, Bulimba will go to auction at 10am on Saturday.

The incredible renovated property at 31 Brisbane St, Bulimba will also go to auction.

The kitchen is galley-style, with a butlers’ pantry to the left.

The renovated Queenslander has exposed brick walls, stained glass windows and decorative fretwork.
There is no need to head to Wet’n’Wild to catch a dive-in movie, with a remote controlled projector screen able to wind down at the end of the pool.

Exposed brick is one of the home’s character features.

When the screen is not in use, it retracts and reveals a fireplace in the stone feature wall.
The house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and parking for three cars.
It will go to auction at 10am, Saturday November 3.

This two-level Hampton’s honey will go under the hammer at 11am on Saturday.

Just like 31 Brisbane St, 45 Hayward St at Paddington started out as a cottage too.
Now it has found a new life as a two-level Hampton’s inspired honey.

The floors are French Oak basket weave.

It has five bedrooms, and four bathrooms, each with Astrawalker Eco brass tapware.
The main bedroom has vaulted ceilings, a walk-through wardrobe and an ensuite.

The living and kitchen are open plan.

The floors inside are a French oak basket weave, and outdoors on the veranda and around the top of the inground magna pool is a French-style feature tile.
It will go under the hammer at 11am, Saturday November 3.

The pool has French-style tiles around the top.

A riverfront property at Chelmer will also go to auction at 10am.

The luxury riverfront property at 27 Sutton St, Chelmer, will go to auction at 10am, Saturday November 3.

The property was inspired by a Sunshine Coast resort.

The renovated resort-style home in on a double block of 1752sq m, and has a full-size tennis court, inground pool and spa, 12m pontoon with jetty and separate cabana-style studio.

Inside 27 Sutton St, Chelmer.

If you are concerned the above properties may burn a hole in your pocket, perhaps this renovator is for you — and remember — two of the above incredible houses began as humble cottages too.

The shop and home at 2 Stephens St, Annerley, will also go to auction on Saturday.

For more than three decades, the shop on the corner at 2 Stephens St, Annerley was the tuckshop for Junction Park State School, and the property has been in the same family for 60 years.

The kitchen is like a time capsule.

Place Paddington agent Jesse Sherring said buyers from “across the spectrum” were interested in the property, looking to use the corner shop front for anything from a juice bar and cafe, to a place to make jam and chutneys and a home design store.
Mr Sherring said the house had been renovated in the 1960s and was “a bit of a time capsule”.
It will go to auction at noon, on Saturday November 3.

The house has an open fire.



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