26 Vakuta Street Fig Tree PocketThis architecturally designed home has sold before auction for $1.7 million. The home at 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.Mr Goesh said that although the suburb was popular, there was a shortage of properties available to buy.“There aren’t enough homes for sale to satisfy the demand,” he said.Data from CoreLogic found median prices in the area were up 35.8 per cent in the past year. The home at 26 Vakuta Street Fig Tree Pocket.“It’s still a leafy, rural suburban area with generous block sizes and less density,” he said.“Plus the schools and parks are a huge draw card for potential buyers.” Inside 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.“There’s good separation in the home and multiple entertaining areas,” he said.“That really appealed to a lot of buyers.”Mr Goesh said this sale was a strong start to 2018 and a positive reflection on the market in Fig Tree Pocket. Inside 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoMarketing agent Kel Goesh of Brisbane Real Estate said it was the layout of the home that enticed the new owners, a family renting in the area, to buy the property. The home at26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.The property, at 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket, sits on a 1494sq m block surrounded by rainforest.