House auction also raises money for anti-bullying charity

first_imgThe home at 105-109 Thylungra Rd, Park Ridge South.AFOUR-BEDROOM Park Ridge South home has sold within minutes of being passed in at auction. Marketing agent Sarah O’Dwyer of LJ Hooker Browns Plains said the lowset home on 4000 sqm at 105-109 Thylungra Rd sold for $691,000. “There were two registered bidders and an opening bid of $550,000,” she said. “The home was passed in at $682,000 and sold within five minutes of the end of the auction.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Ms O’Dwyer said the auction was also used as an opportunity to raise money for Kodi’s Message, a charity created in memory of Kodi Pearson, a 14-year-old boy who took his own life because of bullying. Inside 105-109 Thylungra Rd, Park Ridge South.“The auctioneer called a charity auction at the auction and we were able to raise $502 for Kodi’s Message,” Ms O’Dwyer said. “Proceeds from the charity auction will go towards Kodi’s Nullarbor Cycle Challenge.” Ms O’Dwyer said the Park Ridge South market was performing well. “It’s not as busy as it has been but the last couple of (listings) have brought the buyers out,” she said. “People are usually waiting to get into the area.”last_img