Every square metre of this Upper Mount Gravatt home was maximised

first_img44 Kempsie Rd, Upper Mount GravattA NEAR-NEW two-storey house at Upper Mount Gravatt sold for $922,500 under the hammer earlier this month.Ray White Mt Gravatt principal Grant Boman said the family home at 44 Kempsie Rd had generated a lot of interest because it was spacious and open despite being on a relatively small 405sq m block.The sellers designed the four-bedroom home, which was built in 2016, to make the most of the limited space availableMore 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“They used the space well,” Mr Boman said. He added that the bidding started at $750,000 at auction on February 10. 44 Kempsie Rd, Upper Mount Gravatt“There were 10 registered bidders at auction,” Mr Boman said.“A young couple ended up buying it. They sold a townhouse last year and are planning to start their own family.”He and the sellers were happy with the result because it was much more than they thought it would sell for.Mr Boman recently sold two new family homes in the area that attracted a similar price. He said family homes that were move-in ready often attracted lots of potential buyers because they were in such short supply.last_img read more