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R4 Stubley Street Wavell Heights has achieved the suburb’s best sale price for a sub-700 sq m homesite in the past 12-months. Picture: realestate.com.auThis home at 4 Stubley St Wavell Height is one stunning construction and it’s weekend auction has achieved the suburb’s highest price for a residence on a sub-700 sq m block in the past 12 months. Alan & Jacquie Speirs outside their new home on Stubley Street in Wavell Heights. Pictures: Jack Tran Crowds gathered early for what would prove to be a very exciting result. Pictures: Jack TranMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoAn opening bid of $950,000 got the ball rolling but competition between three bidders saw the number rise to $1.125 million in minutes.After some short discussion, the property was declared on the market with a new offer of $1.25 million on the table … and that’s where is stayed until the hammer dropped and the winning bidder, Jacquie Spiers, celebrated with a fist-pump and a smile.“I’m a little bit competitive,” Mrs Spiers said.She and husband Alan had been searching for some time for just the right property and were over the moon with the result.“It’s been a while but it’s a window of opportunity for us and it’s all about timing. It came up at the right time and in the right area,” Mr Spiers said.“We’ve got an eye for detail and I think the lines particularly with this house struck us.“It’s got a lot of street appeal which is important, but I think it just ticked a lot of boxes as well. I race cars so a three-car garage is perfect,” he said.Mrs Spiers said celebrations would involve sitting out on the deck with a few friends and a bottle of champagne.She said their daughter knew they’d own the house well before the auction.“We’ve got a seven year old and we’ve been looking for several months I’d say, and this is the first house that she loves. She’s psychic,” Mrs Spiers added. 4 Stubley Street Wavell Heights has achieved a benchmark price. Picture: realestate.com.auThe property takes contemporary suburban living to the next level with polished concrete floors finishing a suspended slab to the upper level, an internal courtyard with pool, and a three-car garage.Eight registered bidders were in the starting blocks and the 60-strong crowd was full of locals keen to see how this architectural marvel faired.Auctioneer Haesley Cush employed his nimble wit, machine gun dialogue and trademark rolling “r”s to keep the crowd on its toes — his calling style would not be out of place at a cattle sale on the Darling Downs.