25 Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove.A LOCAL buyer has bought this six-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Pullenvale some 50 years after it was sold by Ray White’s sons, Alan and Max White.The acreage property at 38 Woodfield Road, Pullenvale, now a deceased estate, was sold by the children whose parents held the property for 50 years.Ray White Indooroopilly agent Michelle McLeod said the property sold for $970,000 under the hammer.There was a crowd of about 50 people and four registered bidders. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here 65 Amy St, Hawthorne.A local family have bought a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Hawthorne for $1.6 million at auction.Ray White — Bulimba selling agent Gunther Behrendt said a crowd of 40 people watched as two bidders battled it out for 65 Amy St.The property was on a 465sq m elevated block and featured a solar heated saltwater in-ground swimming pool. Follow Reshni Ratnam on Twitter. The crowd watches on as the auction of 52 Trafalgar Street, Morningside takes place.Mr Hicks said he had seen more interest in the auction process from cash buyers who were keen to purchase under auction conditions.“Today we had five registered bidders, lots of activity and huge interest throughout the campaign, proving Morningside is continuing to grow in popularity,” Mr Hicks said. “We believe there was big interest because the home appealed to so many demographics. It offered the opportunity to move straight in, renovate, rent, or knock down and build your dream home.’The weatherboard home, on a 453sq m block is stylishly updated and set among prestige homes. 23 Campion Ave, Bardon.At 23 Campion Ave, Bardon this gem sold for $2 million under the hammer at 11.30amAnother sale for Ms O’Dea, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home features three levels and was built in 2015.The property, on a 807sq m block, also has a swimming pool, perfect for the summer months. 52 Trafalgar Street, Morningside.About 35 people watched on a this three-bedroom, one-bathroom home sold under the hammer for $750,000.With five registered bidders showing interest in the property at 52 Trafalgar St, Morningside, Place — Bulimba selling agent Shane Hicks said it was a buyer’s agent bidding on behalf of an investor who bought the property. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day ago51 Moola Road, Ashgrove.A Melbourne buyer snapped up this five-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Ashgrove for $1.3 million.The 1922 character built home at 51 Moola Rd, features a private back deck, a swimming pool and a large backyard.SPACE Property Agents selling agent Judi O’Dea said the buyer was looking for an investment and plans to rent out the property.Ms O’Dea said there was a crowd of about 30 people at the auction and three registered bidders. 38 Woodfield Road, Pullenvale. 8 Aruma St, Holland Park West.A five-bedroom home on a massive 974sq m block at Holland Park West sold at auction for $955,000.A young buyer bought the property, located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac.With neighbours keen to check out the action, Ray White — Annerley selling agent Geoff Sellars said about 20 people watched on. 25 Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove.A young couple who plan to rent out 25 Broadhurst St, Kelvin Grove were the only bidders at Saturday’s 9am auction.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom property sold for $670,000. Inside 25 Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove.Place — Newmarket selling agent Mario Sultana said the buyers were keen to invest in the home despite the outdated decor.Mr Sultana said the property was on a quiet and elevated 521sq m block, with northerly district views.The property, about 4km from Brisbane’s CBD, was marketed as being able to renovate, raise or extend (subject to council approval). The spacious kitchen area at 8 Aruma St, Holland Park West.Mr Sellars said there were two registered bidders at the auction.Features of the property include two renovated bathrooms, a large storage area/man cave and massive yard with enough space for a swimming pool or additional shed. Inside the spacious 38 Woodfield Road, Pullenvale.Ms McLeod said the daughter remembered her mum saying a man named Alan White was the real estate agent who took her parents around to view acreage properties in 1967 and they settled on 38 Woodfield Road.Documents show the agent was Ray White Group chairman Brian White’s father Alan, and the original contract was signed by Brian’s uncle Max White. Tap here for a full list of Queensland auction results.