The hall and home are close to Stones Corner Village.Interest was mixed so far between people that wanted to do buy the property for the hall, and those that were more interested in the neighbouring home. The auction will go ahead on May 19 at 11am, but if it does not sell, Mr Puran said the hall and the home will be auctioned off separately. Prospective buyers have been interested in both the hall and the home.Although home and the hall will be bundled together at the auction, the hall is protected from development by a traditional character overlay.The home, which is on a fully fenced 455 sqm block, was built in 1930 and is also subject to a Brisbane City Council character overlay. TWO-FOR — ONE: A historical hall is getting auctioned off with a neighbouring ‘60s era cottage.A workers cottage home located in a thriving inner city suburb is going to auction this month, but if anyone wants to pick it up there is a catch. The Woolloongabba home is walking distance from Stones Corner.The three bedroom cottage at 31 Junction St, Woolloongabba will be auctioned together with its neighbouring property — a community hall at 36 Oxford St that was built early last century.The hall was built by the Thompson Estate Harriers’ Athletic Club in 1909, and has been used by various community groups in recent decades. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoAgent Raj Puran from @Realty said the auction will be the first time the hall is on the market. “We have had about 49 people through in the first open house,” Mr Puran said.“Some people already knew about the hall and wanted to finally walk through it.”In recent years the hall had been used for church services, dance lessons and by other local community groups.
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