Brisbane home ready for auction perfect for renovation or dream build

first_imgMore from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202030 Amy Street, Hawthorne.Mrs Low said it was difficult to see the property go as she had so many great memories there.Class Real Estate — Bulimba selling agent John Kubatov said a developer builder or owner occupier could build one or two dream homes or sell the other block.He said they could build a spacious home on the massive allotment.Mrs Low said she preferred to see a buyer with money “do up” the house.“That really is something I would love to see,” she said.“But I don’t know if that will happen.”She said very little had been done to the home over the years.“It was originally located at Kangaroo Point and then it was brought across to its present location when they were building the Storey Bridge,” Ms Low said. 30 Amy Street, Hawthorne.A property in a very desirable street at Hawthorne has hit the market.The property at 30 Amy St has two bedrooms and one bathroom.Jan and John Low are selling the property at 30 Amy St which is on a 930sq m block of land, comprising two lots.Mrs Low said it was her uncle’s property and the 92-year-old was now in a nursing home.“We are selling so he can stay there,” Mrs Low said.Mrs Low said her grandparents, who died in 1969, had lived at the property from 1944.“To me it was my grandparent’s home and I went there at least once a week until they passed away,” she said.“I remember going there during my school holidays and spending time with them.” An aerial view of 30 Amy Street, Hawthorne.The two-bedroom, one-bathroom property will go to auction on November 18 at 11.20am.The Hawthorne Park is nearby as well as local schools, cinemas and the Citycat terminal.last_img