Buyer Ben Landers. Photo Adam armstrong.With an opening bid of $650,000, the property sold for $780,000 to Ben Landers who plans to move into the home next month.Belle Property — Paddington agent Caroline Brown said she was happy for both the seller and buyer. Samson and Jocelyn Reynolds with Place- Bulimba agent Joanna Gianniotis.Battling it out with three registered bidders, the couple bought the two-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 27 Baron St, Greenslopes for $640,000. 48 Murray St, Wilston sold under the hammer for $891,000.There was no time for pranks at 48 Murray St, Wilston.Ray White — Ascot selling agent Ian Cuneo said the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home sold under the hammer for $891,000.With 13 registered bidders on board, he said there was a crowd of about 50 people.Mr Cuneo said the property, which was offered to the market for the first time, attracted plenty of interest.“There was interest for renovators, people to create their own designs or develop underneath,” he said. The auction crowd at 27 Baron St, Greenslopes.Place — Bulimba selling agent Joanna Gianniotis said the Queenslander was previously an investment property. Ms Gianniotis said entry level homes, like 27 Baron St, offered the perfect opportunity for someone to either renovate or build their dream home in this prime inner-city suburb. Tap here for a full list of Queensland auction results. 142 Temple St, Coorparoo.Over at Coorparoo, a cute colonial cottage sold under the hammer for $632,500.The new owners, a young professional couple, bought the two-bedroom, one-bathroom property at 142 Temple St in front of a crowd of almost 60 people.Ray White — South Brisbane selling agent Will Bertelsen said there was plenty of local interest in the home.“We had seven registered bidders and sold it to first home buyers,” he said. Dr Anne Tanner sold her 1930s art deco home at Bardon under the hammer. Photo: Adam armstrong.Brisbane buyers were keen to get down to business this morning as plenty of April Fool’s jokes were thrown around at local auctions..At 36 Carey St, Bardon, a crowd of almost 25 people gathered to hear Belle Property auctioneer Ted Walton postpone the auction for another week.However his prank fell on deaf ears. 27 Baron St, Greenslopes.Meanwhile it was tears of joy for Samson and Jocelyn Reynolds who bought a cute Queenslander at auction this morning. 36 Carey Street, Bardon.It was obvious the crowd was keen to find out who the new owner of this beautiful art deco home would be.Owner Dr Anne Tanner bought the property in 1989 and said she was keen to see how it would go at auction.Dr Tanner said she was keen to move onto her next step and wanted to sell her investment property.“I’ve had tenants in here,” she said.“I used to drive past this house all the time and I just thought it was so cute.” Ted Walton at 36 Carey St, Bardon. Photo Adam armstrong.Dr Tanner, who lives at Bardon, said she had done some renovations to the property, on a 508sq m block.Meanwhile the granddaughter of the builder who created the two-bedroom, one-bathroom Carey St home was also present at the auction. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago69 Queenscroft St, Chelmer sold under the hammer to a young couple.At 69 Queenscroft St, Chelmer a crowd of about 50 people erupted in applause when auctioneer Matt Condon walked out.Place — Graceville selling agent Brad Robson said he wanted to play a joke on Mr Condon, and before the auction asked the crowd to get on board to ‘help embarras him’.“It worked, he walked out and there was a massive round of applause,” Mr Robson said.All jokes aside, Mr Robson said the property sold under the hammer for $1.125 million.“We had a starting bid of $700,000 and we had five registered bidders,” Mr Robson said.He said a young couple who lived in the area bought the property.“They wanted a bigger home for their family,” he said. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox. 85 Stratton Tce, Manly.At Manly a three-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage sold under the hammer for $620,000.Re/MAX Advantage — Manly selling agent Trish Breen said the seller was “over the moon” with the results.There were six registered bidders, with a crowd of about 30 to 40 people at the auction of 85 Statton Tce.Ms Breen said the starting bid was $500,000 and the property, which featured a 70s-style kitchen, sold above reserve.Ms Breen said a couple bought the property and were relocating from Melbourne.
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