first_imgThis house at 103 Wendouree Crescent, Westlake sold for $1.65 million.SOCIAL media campaigns have led to the sale of two prestige properties in Brisbane’s Centenary suburbs. One buyer walked around the corner and another drove down Mt Tamborine to secure their new homes. SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN THE CENTENARY SUBURBS McGrath Paddington sales agent, Reuben Packer-Hill, said both properties received one offer after buyers saw the properties on Facebook.“That first week or two weeks are the most critical in the campaign,” Mr Packer-Hill said.The five-bedroom house at 4 Bowman Place, Mount Ommaney, sold for $1.2 million in its second week with McGrath Estate Agents.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019This house at 4 Bowman Place, Mount Ommaney sold for $1.2 million.“They were renting around the corner and were just waiting for the right thing,” he said.“Negotiations took a couple of weeks; they wanted a pool installed in the property.”The five-bedroom house at 103 Wendouree Crescent, Westlake, sold for $1.65 million after its first open house, to a Mt Tamborine couple who were downsizing and moving closer to family. >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES Located on the bank of the Brisbane River is 103 Wendouree Crescent, Westlake.“There is still a big portion of people looking for homes with self-contained areas whether they are granny flats or rumpus rooms with kitchenettes,” Mr Packer-Hill said.last_img

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