Daughter jumps for joy when she realises dad makes the winning bid

first_img24 Highcrest Avenue, Wavell Heights.The 627sq m property was on an elevated block with city views.Ms Dallimore described the crowd of about 50 people who attended the auction as having “good energy”.She said a young family bought the home and they loved the position of the property.“They plan to keep the integrity of the property,” she said.94 Pring St, Hendra.A young couple with three kids bought a five-bedroom, four-bathroom property at Hendra for $1.710 million.The auction at 94 Pring St attracted five registered bidders.94 Pring St, Hendra. Tim Larsen and daughter Harmonie, 11, at their new Norman Park home. Pic Tim MarsdenHarmonie Larsen literally jumped for joy when her dad Tim bought a house at auction this morning.And the reason for her excitement will make you smile.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 24 Waite St, Norman Park. Photo: Tim MarsdenThe 11-year-old said she was so happy her father bought the property at 24 Waite St, Norman Park so she no longer had to share a bedroom with her nine-year-old brother.“We have a two-bedroom apartment at South Brisbane and now I won’t have to share a bedroom with him anymore,” she smiled. “I’m so excited.”FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here.Harmonie Larsen with her dad showing her pure joy when the final call is made. Photo: Tim MarsdenMr Larsen bought the home for $788,500 and said he had been looking for a little while.The double gabled circa 1930s Queenslander has three bedrooms plus a sunroom and two bathrooms.REMAX First Residential — Coorparoo selling agent Glen Russell said the sellers had bought a yacht and were keen to move on.Auctioneer Patrick Ivey and some of the bidders at 24 Waite St, Norman Park. Photo: Tim MarsdenThe opening bid started at $700,000 and the auction was paused for a period of time at $775,000.The property was called on the market at $787,000 with four registered bidders on site.Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac and adjacent to parklands, Mr Russell said there was an opportunity to further build in underneath the home.45 Carville St, Annerley.At 45 Carville St, Annerley, a neighbour was keen to purchase this home under the hammer for $700,750.Ray White — Stones Corner auctioneer and selling agent Ben Cannon said 13 registered bidders were keen to secure the property which was marketed as a “blank canvas” ready for a new creation.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago45 Carville St, Annerley. 45 Carville St, Annerley.Mr Cannon said there was a crowd of about 50-60 people with the starting bid kicking off at $400,000.“The bidding went up quickly to $500,000 in one bid,” he said.He said towards the end of the auction, bidding went up in increments of $500 and $200.24 Highcrest Avenue, Wavell Heights.At 9am, 24 Highcrest Ave, Wavell Heights was sold under the hammer for $855,000.Ray White — Albion selling agent Kylee Dallimore said 10 registered bidders had their eye on the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.24 Highcrest Avenue, Wavell Heights.center_img 94 Pring St, Hendra.Ray White — Ascot selling agent Leigh Kortland said the property would be the owners “forever home”.“They have young kids and want to stay there long term,” Ms Kortland said. “They have family friends in the street and his best mate of 40 years lives down the road.”24 Gilmour St, Chermside West.Offered for sale for the first time and built by the current owners in the late 1960s, this home at Chermside West sold for $621,000.24 Gilmour St, Chermside West.Havig & Jackson – Clayfield selling agent Adrian O’Callaghan said a family from the area bought the home.“We had a really great crowd at the auction, about 50 people and 12 registered bidders,” he said. “The property looked really good and was well presented, there’s loads of potential.”last_img

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