Came up yesterday, it's in a very interesting pocket of Runcorn, one you probably didn't even know existed. I just bought on this street myself. http://tinylink.net/QJ2 In Runcorn you have the north part under Eight Mile Plains (arguably the most sought after), and then the south part. This however is in a weird pocket that is literally across the road from Sunnybank Hills, Stretton, and Calamvale - three very highly sought after suburbs. As a friend said - "it's basically not even Runcorn!". Even after living near by for nearly 15 years, I never even paid attention to this street until it just appeared one day while I was searching. Sub-500k for such a big piece of land, in a really unique street...I think it's worth a look, especially given how good condition the house is in. It's 200m to the local IGA, 800m to the huge Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown, and 300m from the 150 bus stop (popular bus, goes to Garden City and CBD). One big caveat is that the three houses next to it are housing commission (17a, 19, 21). But having spent the last 3 weekends in Brisbane renovating my new place, I can tell you they are very well behaved - no loud parties, no trouble, no random items strewn around their properties. I went to the property a few times on the weekend between about 11pm and 1am and it was all very quiet and serene. Also another turn off is that it's backing onto Compton Rd. That being said, I've seen properties backing onto even busier roads sell for a lot of money (saw one backing onto Algester Rd sell for nearly $1m recently). Another positive is the pool is above ground, so it should be easy to demolish. I can't say this is a crazy good buy (compared to that other thread you might all remember me by), but if you're looking to buy in Brisbane sub-500k, IMO you should check this out. My prediction is this will go in the low-5's. Maybe 515-530k. If you can get this for the advertised price, I think you have done well. It's being sold by a westerner and not one of the local gun asian agents with a crazy web of contacts (I know most of them!), so you may have a shot. Good luck!