Bad news for motocross fans after the popular Misled Compound sold to a private buyer, which could see the track closed to the public.
The property, which has its own motocross track, went viral online last month, and has now sold for exactly what the owner wanted.
A contract for the 4.19ha 104-114 Mona Drive property at Jimboomba went unconditional yesterday for $600,000.
The Misled Compound sparked interest online after an article written by The Courier-Mail on the extreme property went viral on Facebook in December 2018, with a reach of more than 204,000 people on The Courier-Mail’s Facebook post alone.
As well as its own motocross track, the property also had a foam landing pit, half-pipe, inground trampoline and newly renovated house with a lean-to.
The address also skyrocketed to the top of the realestate.com.au most viewed residential listings list the following week, making it the most popular property online in the country.
As of January 11, the house was still listed in the top 10 most popular online residential listings for Queensland.
The property had previously been on the market for 74 days in early 2014 with a list price of $499,000, but failed to sell.
Your Address Real Estate Browns Plains agent Bridgette Griffiths confirmed the contract went unconditional yesterday.
“The sale price was $600,000 (and) the sellers are extremely happy,” Ms Griffiths said.
The agent said the property was bought by a female buyer who was going to make use of the motocross track.
“It was someone who is going to utilise the track, not a seasoned professional, just a motorbike enthusiast.”