Inside the recording studioHe presents a weekly real estate program on 4BC and has his own podcast series called Real Estate Talk. Now radio personality and real estate commentator Kevin Turner has sold his own family home – complete with its own sound-proof recording studio – for $785,000.The house at 31 Allan Street in Kedron sold under the hammer on Saturday, with three active bidders vying for the renovated three bedroom home. MORE CELEB NEWS: Life goes on for Palmers post-election The detached recording studio“When we first purchased the home 14 years ago it was close to Chermside, but it was before the major development there and before the (cross-city) tunnel,” he said. “Back then, most people were looking to live in Wilston, Grange and Ascot. “The ripple effect has meant Kedron is now one the most desirable suburbs on the north side, and the tunnel has helped that an enormous amount.” The house sold for $785,000Ray White Wilston agent Brook Copping said the property had received plenty of attention. “It is quite a popular style of property,” she said. Ms Copping said the lucky buyers were represented by a local buyers agent on the day. She said the buyers were from Sydney and were looking at renting the property.“We are seeing a bit more of that (buyers agents acting on behalf of buyers),” she said. “They are acting for the investors who see the value in the Brisbane market, but also the owner occupiers looking to move up, or for those professions that just don’t allow time for buyers to proactively look at properties.“Properties are selling quite quickly, especially in the inner north, which is sought-after because it has fantastic schools, transport links and amenities.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoPrior to the auction, and the election for that matter, Mr Turner told the Courier Mail that he was confident in the local market, and there had been strong interest in the property with big numbers through the open homes. Wright drops in on big Byron break League legend puts Coast home on the market Mr Turner said the home had been well renovated with nothing left to do and came with the bonus of an airconditioned, soundproofed studio where he records his podcast.But the standout feature, he said, was the location. Mr Turner said the other advantage of the property was that it was in a pocket not zoned for units.“While there is a lot of density nearby … we’re in an area that is residential but benefits from the additional infrastructure in terms of cafes and shops.” The home has three good-sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and an ensuite to the main, a U-shaped kitchen and an open-plan living and dining area opening to the deck.Outside there is the separate studio space that could be used as a home office of teenager’s retreat. The property has a private backyard with established gardens and plenty of lawn space for the children or pets to play.