The home at 14 Excelsa Place, Heritage Park is on a 1320sq m block.Mr Nagy said the successful buyer was planning to renovate the five-bedroom property and make it his family home. He said the Heritage Park market was growing. “People looking to upsize their homes are looking to Heritage Park,” he said. “They want the bigger block without having to move to acreage and in Heritage Park they can get 1000sq m properties with room for the kids to play and privacy.”Mr Nagy said investors were looking for smaller blocks, or properties of about 2000sq m which could be subdivided in the future. “At the moment I am seeing a lot of the smaller properties, but big blocks are harder to come by,” Mr Nagy said. The home at 14 Excelsa Place, Heritage Park sold at auction.A Heritage Park home has sold at auction after strong interest from buyers. Ray White Browns Plains marketing agent Sherif Nagy said the home at 14 Excelsa Place was in need of a revamp, but it was on a big block, which appealed to owner-occupiers. The 1320sq m property attracted plenty of interest during the marketing campaign, with buyers viewing the home 1200 times online and 10 groups inspecting the property before the auction.“It was the worst house on the best street. It had quite a bit of potential and a lot of people were looking to flip it,” Mr Nagy said.On the day of the auction, there were two registered bidders. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The auction kicked off with a starting bid of $400,000 and progressed in increments of $10,000 before the hammer fell on an undisclosed amount.