The home at 88 Bellevue Tce, Clayfield.There are also three bedrooms with built-in robes and a family bathroom. On the lower level there is an open-plan kitchen and dining room, living area, three bedrooms laundry and bathroom. The dining room, living area and one of the bedrooms all open to the lower decks. Outside there is a tropical swimming pool and a secure workshop. The property will go to auction at 3pm on Saturday, November 25.Tucked away on a big block on a quiet street in Woolloongabba, a century-old Queenslander at 27 Lockhart St will also be up for grabs on Saturday. Inside 27 Lockhart St, Woolloongabba.The kitchen has french doors opening to the deck, white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and the original brick fireplace, while on the opposite side of the wall there is an ornate fireplace in the dining room. The master bedroom has built-in robes and an ensuite, and there are three more bedroom plus a study, family bathroom and laundry. The home at 59 Thirteenth Ave, Kedron.“This architecturally designed modern home has been built to perfection by incorporating the core fundamentals of a truly functional family home,” Mr Jabs said. The home has a fresh, light colour scheme, timber floors and big windows allowing plenty of natural light to stream in.On the ground floor, the home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area opening through stacker doors to the entertaining area, with outdoor kitchen, lawn and in-ground pool. The home at 59 Thirteenth Ave, Kedron.FAMILIES of all sizes will have plenty to choose from at Brisbane auctions this weekend, with everything from renovated character homes to sprawling modern houses going under the hammer. In Kedron a new home with a traditional design is going to auction at 11am on Saturday, November 25. Marketing agents Matthew Jabs and Ross Armstrong, of Place Newmarket, described the five-bedroom property at 59 Thirteenth Ave as being beautifully finished with contemporary charm and classic appeal. The home at 88 Bellevue Tce, Clayfield.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoRay White Clayfield marketing agent, Tony Cicchiello said the dual living home on an 809sq m block was ideally suited to an extended family.The home has beautiful character features, including timber floors and ornate fretwork, and a bright, white colours scheme throughout. Upstairs, there is a beautiful wraparound veranda, a stone fireplace separating the dining and living rooms, and an open-plan kitchen and family room opening to the back deck. The back deck at 27 Lockhart St, Woolloongabba.Harcourts Homeside marketing agent, Sam Peterffy said the property was the quintessential Queenslander and the perfect home for raising a family. “Well presented for an immediate comfortable lifestyle, this house is perfect to live in exactly as is, but still has potential to create your own personalised masterpiece,” she said. The property will go to auction at noon on November 25. The home at 27 Lockhart St, Woolloongabba.Owners Bruce and Anne Redman have maintained the traditional feel of the home in the 23 years they have owned it. “The original features are what make it. It’s been there for over 100 years and it was made to last,” Mr Redman said.“It has leadlight windows, 14ft ceilings and, being a quintessential Queenslander, big verandas, north-facing (orientation) and lots of good breezes. The home has a lounge room, separate dining room and kitchen with sitting area. Inside 59 Thirteenth Ave, Kedron.There is also a multipurpose room, study, powder room and laundry on the ground level. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe and the three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes. There is also a family bathroom and lounge room opening to the front balcony. In Clayfield, a six-bedroom classic colonial at 88 Bellevue Tce will also go under the hammer on Saturday.