11 Days on Market
78 Buyer Inspections
7 Offers Received
SOLD PRIOR TO AUCTION
Horsburgh Street is located in an elevated position of Kelvin Grove with views stretching over Mount Coo-tha and the Taylor Ranges. The home is also within walking distance to Kelvin Grove State College, QUT University and the Kelvin Grove Village. Being in the Kelvin Grove School Catchment is a big drawcard for parents looking to get into the area.
This stunning character home was unique in layout with three large bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple living areas all set out over a single level. The traditional wraparound deck northern-aspect took advantage of the breezes that flowed through. The originally a farm house built in the 1880’s for Captain Richard Breyon and named ‘Lisboy’ after his home town in Northern Ireland. You can read all about the interesting story of the home’s original owner here.
The sellers of this heritage home have been locals in the area for over 20 years and had developed such an affinity to Kelvin Grove that their new home is also located in the suburb. The property was well received by the market and full credit must go to the sellers who did a lovely job at maintaining the classic character and features of 20 Horsburgh Street, they were also able to keep up with modern trends through the use of different fittings and fixtures in the home.
We ran a fantastic campaign that drew interest from local, Greater Brisbane and interstate buyers, resulting in the rare situation of a sale prior to auction. Both the buyer and seller were forthright, open and honest during negotiations. Communication needed to be direct and speedy to accommodate the buyers intentions of moving in before Christmas.
This sale set a record for the street and also a suburb record for the year so far.
Testimonial from my vendors Joanne & Anthony:
“Mario made our sale happen quickly and smoothly
Mario has boundless energy and enthusiasm and a friendly manner. We always felt relaxed and comfortable with his handling of our marketing and sale; he is open and direct and you can put any concerns forward to him.”