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first_img21 Oakey St, Stafford Heights.A three-bedroom, one-bathroom home has sold for under $600,000 at Stafford Heights.The property at 21 Oakey St sold for $595,000 and was the first time in 52 years it was offered to the market. 21 Oakey St, Stafford Heights.Mr Hamilton said interest in the suburb had continued to grow as stock was presently low.The post-war home is on a 647sq m block of land, and sits on the high side of the street with an elevated outlook.Karen Matthews’ family had owned the property since 1965. 21 Oakey St, Stafford Heights.LJ Hooker-Stafford selling agent Dean Hamilton said a single father from Bridgeman Downs bought the home. “He’s not going to knock it down, he’s going to renovate it,” Mr Hamilton said.“Having the side access was a really big thing for him.”More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019center_img The 3D Diarkit floor plan of 21 Oakey St, Stafford.Ms Matthews said her parents died in November, only days apart from each other. She and her siblings decided to sell the home.“We all grew up here – the four of us girls,” Ms Matthews said.“My eldest sister used to live next door. She passed away about 10 years ago.“It just means a lot to us. I live in the area as well. It’s like my stomping ground.”last_img

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