24 Inverary Place, Upper KedronA COUPLE who had been living overseas for a few decades chose a five-bedroom home in Upper Kedron for their return to Australia. The house at 24 Inverary Place was the third biggest seller across the northwest for the week when it sold for $727,500. Agent for the sale David Tyler from Century 21 Ferny Grove said that one of the key selling factors for the home was its spacious 700sq m block.“Upper Kedron is changing a lot and there is a lot more smaller blocks these days,” Mr Tyler said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoInside 24 Inverary Place, Upper KedronHe said it was common to see homes built on 350sq m blocks in the neighbourhood, leading to many buyers seeking out homes on the older and larger blocks.The home had a few notable extras including three-phase power in the workshop, a security camera and solar and smart lighting, installed when the vendor worked from home. “The master bedroom was a good size and it is in a nice quiet cul-de-sac,” he said. The current median sales price for Upper Kedron is $614,000 according to data from CoreLogic.Median prices have increased by 14.8 per cent over the last five years.