28 Loch St, West End.Ms Belshaw described the home as “dilapidated” on the outside, however the inside featured original chandeliers, leadlighting and antique furniture.“This property is really unique,” she said.“Nothing has come to the market in this style.“We’ve had lots of interest already, with 51 people coming through in the three open homes we’ve had.”She said potential buyers included local families looking to renovate the property, or invest within the West End school catchment. The property goes to auction at 9am on Saturday. 28 Loch St, West End. 28 Loch St, West End.For the first time in more than 35 years this shabby home at 28 Loch St, West End has hit the market.Ray White City Precinct Brisbane — Brisbane City selling agent Danielle Belshaw said a Greek couple, aged in their 70s, were selling their pre 1946 family home. 28 Loch St, West End.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 2020Ms Belshaw said the four-bedroom, one-bathroom home was originally a boarding house many years ago.There is a spacious 15m frontage and the original home spans over two blocks of land consisting of 607sq m.She said the couple had moved up from Sydney and raised their three children in the house.“They have realised it’s time to downsize, it’s the right time in their life for a change,” Ms Belshaw said. SIGN UP: GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE 28 Loch St, West End.