CoreLogic data shows Stretton mansion records top sale in Queensland

first_imgInside 151 Frizzell St, Stretton.LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills agent Roxanne Liu described the five-bedroom, five-bathroom property as “classic with an ageless design built to last many years”.The property, on a 4047sq m block, features a massive 18m saltwater swimming pool, and a tennis court. The front view of 151 Frizzell St, Stretton. 151 Frizzell St, Stretton.A stunning mansion on Brisbane’s southside has recorded one of the top sales in Queensland in the last week.According to the CoreLogic Property Market Indicator ending January 29, the Stretton property at 151 Frizzell St, sold for $2,738,000, the second highest in the state. At Surfers Paradise, 30 Buccaneer Court, sold for $3,600,000, making it the most expensive property last week. Views of the tennis court and swimming pool at 151 Frizzell St, Stretton.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 2020 151 Frizzell St, Stretton.Ms Liu said the property was bought by a Chinese family who lived on the same street.“This property proved very popular,” Ms Liu said.“The home was sold by tender, and when we closed we still had five to six people interested.”Ms Liu said the buyers, a family with three generations, were keen to move into the home.last_img