first_imgThe home at 22a Windrest Ave, Aspley.John Bradley, agent at Place Aspley, said the renovation of 22a Windrest Ave, Aspley made it easy for buyers to fall in love with the property.“Stunning kitchen, stunning bathroom and a big beautiful back deck,” he said.The three-bedroom, single-bathroom home sold on 19th April for $636,000 and part of the attraction was the perceived privacy, said Mr Bradley.“It didn’t feel like a suburban, Aspley block 10 seconds from Gympie road. It felt like a block right out in the bushland.”He said the investor purchasers was one of seven potential buyers who put in an offer after the first open home, and it was another case of a Sydney investor recognising the excellent opportunity afforded by Brisbane property.The home at 22a Windrest Ave, Aspley, had undergone a complete renovationMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“He was obviously looking for a property of that calibre that can demand a slightly higher rental return while sitting in a high growth suburb.“They weren’t actually the highest offer believe it or not. We actually had an offer that was higher but the owners wanted to stay in the property for an extended period. It wasn’t all about the money, it was about the money and the terms.“So we took a reduced sum so that they could stay in the property for six months.”Bradley said the flow through from the French doors at the front to the kitchen probably piqued the interest of most buyers.The outdoor deck at 22a Windrest Ave, Aspley.“The second thing was the mature trees at the back because you can see them over the top of the house from the street, so they pull you through to the deck and to the back yard.”He said the market in Aspley is really starting to ramp up as buyers recognise they can get more for their dollars when compared to some nearby addresses.People are really starting to see the similarities between Aspley and suburbs like Wavell Heights and Kedron but you get substantially more value in Aspley. This house in Wavell Heights would have been almost a million bucks.“The markets going really strong, particularly for properties like this.”last_img

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