More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoSome of the view from 626/420 Queen St. Picture: realestate.com.auThere were five registered bidders keen on securing the apartment, with three actively participating in the auction.The three-bedroom 213sq m Sky Home on the 62nd floor of the Aurora building had recently been remodelled.It had Spotted Gum timber floors on the lower level and a wine cellar installed beneath a glass stair case.Other auction results included a mortgagee in possession sale of a unit at 21012/37D Harbour Rd, Hamilton which went for $430,000 through Ben White of Place Estate Agents.The two-bedroom unit, on the 10th floor of the Pinnacle building, came with access to the rooftop entertainment area, which included a 20m infinity lap pool which overlooked the Brisbane River. The rooftop entertainment area in the Pinnacle building. Picture: realestate.com.auAlso selling under the hammer was a three-bedroom brick home at 34 Nagle St, Upper Mount Gravatt which sold for $675,000.The home, described as a “renovator’s dream’’ was on a 599sq m block. It was listed through Ben Salm of Place Estate Agents. Auctions at the Powerhouse.WHILE auction numbers significantly eased for Easter, there were still a few significant sales under the hammer.One of the biggest sales was for a Queenslander, known as Blenheim, at 37 Queens Rd, Clayfield.The home, which was built in the early 1900s was auctioned at the Brisbane Powerhouse through Damon Lewis of Ray White New Farm and sold for $2 million.Also selling at the same auction event was an apartment at 626/420 Queen St, Brisbane which went for $1.47 million, which was listed through Brandon Wortley of Ray White New Farm and had views of the Brisbane CBD, River and Mt Coot-Tha.