A MULTI-generation family has bought this Sunnybank Hills house for nearly double the suburb median sales price.
The house at 15 Curzon Place sold for $1,277,000 after three written offers were received.
According to CoreLogic data the suburb median house sale price for Sunnybank Hills is $670,000.
That figure is up 6.6 per cent in the three years to November 2018.
It was the first time the house had been to market, with records showing the 873sq m block was purchased in 1999 for $137,000, and the house built in 2000.
Ray White Sunnybank Hills agent Morgan Guo said the family who purchased the home were attracted to the fact the house had ensuited bedrooms on both levels.
“It has the ensuite downstairs, the grandparents can live downstairs and they don’t have to go upstairs,” Mr Guo said.
“Then there is another ensuite upstairs for the parents, and lots of room for the children.”
Mr Guo said one area in particular had taken off in Sunnybank Hills.
“We see a lot more people coming to The Avenue — there’s a market within a market. Not many houses come to the market there and most are around $1 million or above.”