35 Renoir Cres, Forest Lake.Ms Thurtell said a couple who lived in the area fell in love with the house.“Buyers currently are really drawn to brand new homes and this home specifically stood out for its charming features and Hamptons style,” she said.“The Hamptons-style became very popular in most areas of Brisbane throughout 2016 and now into 2017. There is something very appealing about the product, the crisp colour palette and relaxed feel.” 35 Renoir Cres, Forest Lake.Listing agent Marilyn Thurtell said this particular pocket at Forest Lake had typically larger block sizes and tranquillity, which was a drawcard for buyers.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago“Our vendor recently purchased the land after it was subdivided from the neighbour,” Ms Thurtell said.“She then built this master built home on a 524sq m lot. This is definitely a record price for the street for well under 1000sq m.”Ms Thurtell said the higher sales in the area were on average for 1000sq m plus blocks. “Earlier this year we also sold 11 Manet Cres, Forest Lake, just around the corner for an exceptional result of $790,000,” she said.“This was a 1890sq m lot with subdivision potential. “We had huge interest in this property and this tells us that there are a number of buyers looking for land opportunities like our vendor of 35 Renoir Cres who did just that, built and sold off a beautiful and luxurious product.” 35 Renoir Cres, Forest Lake.A statement home in this sought-after southeast Queensland precinct has sold for a street record for a block well under 1000sq m.The property within the Parkland Village precinct is at 35 Renoir Crescent, Forest Lake.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home sold for $695,000 by selling agent Brad Arnold of MTR Property Group.