A renovator on acreage brings in the buyers

first_imgThe kitchen at 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture.“The house itself was unique. It was built roughly 40 years ago and it was one of the first ones in the area.” The home has three-bedroom, one-bathroom accommodation. There is a 63sq m powered shed, greenhouse and room for a horse paddock, too.“We had three registered bidder on the day. A family has bought it and they plan to do a lot of renovations — the property did need quite a lot of work,” Mr Willis said.“There are definitely a lot of buyers around looking for acreage. “We’re seeing a good increase in buyers for standard residential homes, too.” The home at 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture.When a property offers something a little different from the norm, an auction can often realise the best outcome.Such was the case for 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture which achieved $430,000 on August 26.Richardson & Wrench Caboolture sales agent, Jarrod Willis, said there was plenty of interest during the sales campaign.“We had 35 to 40 groups through the property, which is phenomenal for Caboolture,” Mr Willis said.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Both the 8006sq m block and the potential to add equity to the home kept buyers keen, he said.last_img

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