Coopers Plains on hearth after auctions rating $2m in three hours – realestate.com.au

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Coopers Plains is an public sale scorching spot for first-home patrons and traders.


FORTY-SIX bidders descended on the rising southern Brisbane suburb of Cooper Plains on Saturday as three properties bought beneath the hammer in three hours.

Public sale outcomes ranged from $560,000 for a three-bedroom house to $1.115m for a 1391sq m block, with the suburb nicely positioned to make the most of low cost rates of interest and first-home purchaser incentives.

But it surely was a Melburnian on a mission at 67 Highgate Street, Coopers Plains (inset) who was the spotlight of the day, making brief work of 9 competing Queenslanders to purchase the three-bedroom home for $610,000.

The home at 67 Highgate Avenue, Coopers Plains


A younger couple from Springfield at Ipswich searching for an funding property and first-home patrons from Fortitude Valley within the internal metropolis have been the principle casualties within the 15 minute public sale which Mark O’Malley owned from his opening bid of $500,000.

“That is the way in which you purchase and promote homes in Melbourne,” Mr O’Malley stated. “Bang, you go straight in there and it shuts them down as a result of they know you’re going to bid straight on prime of them. But it surely’s straightforward when it’s another person’s cash, I used to be bidding on behalf of my associate.”

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Mark O’Malley and Julie Davis at 67 Highgate Avenue, Coopers Plains. Mr O’Malley was bidding on behalf of Ms Davis.


At $580,000, Mr O’Malley seemed up on the sky the place the possibility of rain was as distant as his likelihood of being outbid, however his folded arms and the tapping of his bidder’s paddle towards his hip prompt frustration. “Is it in the marketplace but?” he requested.

Mr O’Malley holds paddle quantity 5, whereas one other bidder stands behind him at 67 Highgate Avenue, Coopers Plains.


The public sale was paused whereas Ray White Annerley lead agent Bevin Powell spoke to the sellers, Josh and Amanda Thomas, who now stay in Port Macquarie, NSW.

“It gained’t go for that, Josh has put a number of work into it,” Vietnam Battle veteran Owen Corry stated from simply contained in the entrance fence.

The outdated carpets had gone and there have been now polished floorboards all through the home, and the Canadian household who had most lately rented the property earlier than returning residence would have loved the most effective of the Aussie open air from the brand new rear deck.

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The brand new out of doors deck at 47 Highgate Avenue, Coopers Plains.


Carpets have been ripped as much as reveal timber flooring which have been polished all through the home.


Mr Corry and his spouse Nan have lived on Highgate Avenue for 50 years and have seen blocks on the road promote and subdivide in recent times.

Coopers Plains is 11km southwest of the Brisbane CBD.


However after a brief chat, auctioneer Sam Kelso introduced an elevated bid of $610,000, placing the home in the marketplace on the market and it bought unchallenged for that value.

The second the home bought for $610,000 to Mark O’Malley and Julie Davis.


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