Bidders paid $185,000 above reserve for this Enogerra Tce home.BUYERS were so keen to secure this Paddington home at auction they pushed the price $185,000 past the reserve.There were 11 registered bidders for the house at 143 Enoggera Tce, with eight actively participating in the bidding.Marketing agent Judi O’Dea of Space Property Agents said the first bid was $1 million and the auction didn’t require any vendor bids to push it along.In total 51 bids were made with the home selling for $1,535,000.O’Dea said the buyer who started the auction off kept bidding over any other bids within two seconds.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoThe kitchen in the Enogerra Tce home“His bids were very strong,’’ she said. “He slowed up his bidding at $1.45 million, and pulled out at $1.5 million.’’Three other bidders fought it out to the end with the home selling to a couple who lived in a riverfront apartment at Teneriffe and wanted to move to Paddington to take advantage of the village lifestyle.O’Dea, who lives in the same street, said the property just seemed to tick all the requirements for a number of potential buyers.She joked that interest was so strong because the “neighbours are terrific”. It was probably the best auction of my career,’’ she said.The view from 143 Enogerra Tce, PaddingtonFor their money the new buyers secured a four-bedroom north-facing home. It has a separate self-contained level with kitchenette and bathroom. It is close to restaurants and schools.The original 1915 workers cottage had been fully restored and renovated and has views over Paddington and Mt Coot-tha.
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Charles “Charlie” Edward Hofer, age 92 of Brookville, died Wednesday, March 11, 2020 peacefully in his home surrounded by his children. Born July 13, 1927 in Brookville, Indiana he was one of six children born to the late Harry and Dora (Biere) Hofer. Charlie was wed to Charlotte Deaton on December 1, 1950 and enjoyed 65 years of marriage before she preceded him in death on February 27, 2016. He was a member of the U.S. Army, an avid woodworker and gardener, and a loving dad, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Charlie loved to travel in his RV around the country. He worked for and later retired from Sperry Rubber.Charlie is survived by five children including Karen (Don) Murray of Brookville, Peg (Ron) St. John of West Harrison, John Hofer of Brookville, Janie (Todd) Thompson of Sevierville, TN, and Julie (Jeff) Riedman of Brookville. Ten grandchildren also survive him including Jennifer Barrett, Jason (Brandi) Murray, Tasha (Kevin) Campbell, Emily (Kevin) Blades, Adam (Sarah) Hofer, Megan (Blake) Marshall, Chrissy St. John (Nick Dokich), Sarah (Doug) Reinhardt, Anna Thompson, and Mattie Thompson. He also leaves behind seventeen great-grandchildren including Alexus (Jordan) Beasley, Kelsey Barrett, Olivia Barrett, Logan Blades, Jayden Murray, Charlotte Barrett, Elijah Murray, Grant Blades, Riley Barrett, Sydney Campbell, Emma Campbell, Kaylee Marshall, Brett Reinhardt, McKenna Marshall, Braydon Campbell, Brooklyn Reinhardt, and Maggie Hofer. Charles is also survived by three sisters, Wilma Hayward of Elkhart, JoAnn Dabney of Albuquerque, NM, and Marjorie Dorrel of Medina, OH, and one sister-in-law, Faye Hofer of Brookville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Bill Hofer and James Hofer, a sister-in-law, Mary Ann Hofer, and a brother-in-law, Dean Hayward.****Update – There will be no public visitation or services due to the current CDC recommendations for public gatherings. Services, officiated by Pastor Tom Marshall will be held on Saturday for immediate family members only at the funeral home and burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.To sign the online guestbook or to leave personal memories please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Charlie Hofer.