This Virginia house, at 57 Pilliga St, sold after one week on the market.
A SPLIT-level house on a street that spans two suburbs has sold for $1 million, the second highest house price in the suburb’s 140-year history.
Three offers were made on 57 Pilliga St, Virginia in its first week on the market.
This house is two doors away from the Wavell Heights border where the median house price is $70,000 more.
“We listed it on Tuesday, had three offers by Saturday afternoon and it was sold on Sunday,” LJ Hooker’s Dean Hamilton said.
A stylish renovation opens the house to a functional deck.
CoreLogic data shows that six properties have sold for over $1 million in Virginia, however only two of those were zoned Residential A with 22-24 Royal St, selling in 2016 for $1,040,000.
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Pilliga St spans Virginia and Wavell Heights, with Virginia’s median house price $70,000 less than its neighbour.
“If this house had been in Wavell Heights we could have been looking at $1.1 million,’’ Mr Hamilton said.
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The house, on a 627sq m block, was bought by a lawyer who needed to move his family from Morayfield to be closer to work in the inner city.
The master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.
Originally built in 1950, it had been renovated to include a butler’s pantry, laundry room with separate storage room, and airconditioned open plan living areas.
The laundry with external access and a separate linen room.
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