12 Ridge St, Highgate Hill.At 12 Ridge St, Highgate Hill, the auction of this deceased estate will take place at 10am on Saturday.Remax Street — Highgate Hill selling agent Michael Mangelakis said the home was originally built around 1925.Mr Mangelakis said the property had been in the current family since 1980.“The house itself is solid overall but very dated and needs renovating to a 2017 style,” he said. “It is located in a quiet residential part of Highgate Hill where many families reside. The property is being sold to finalise the estate of both parents who have passed away over the past 18 months or so.”Mr Mangelakis said six siblings were committed to selling the property to finalise matters. Ann-Louise Howard at her home at 23 Magdala St, Ascot which is among some of the larger Brisbane homes going to auction this weekend.Several large homes in some of Brisbane’s most elite suburbs are set to go under the hammer this weekend.According to CoreLogic, 122 auctions are scheduled across Brisbane this week.A six-bedroom family home at 23 Magdala Street, Ascot is among one of the larger homes going to auction.Owner Ann-Louise Howard said her home was a great place to raise a family.“We brought both the boys up here,” she said. “It’s a good family home and a great entertaining house as well, plus it’s central to everything including the airport and the city.”The home is open for inspection at 10am, with the auction set for 10.30am on site on Saturday. Agents Lisa Pearse-Sargeant and Janelle McKenna of Ray White — Ascot were marketing it as a “a classic Queenslander”.“This classic design boasts generous living spaces and large dining and entertaining areas. The property is located in the heart of Ascot, close to schools, parks and the ever popular Racecourse Road — known for its restaurants, cafes and local boutiques.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoOwned by former AFL player Joel Patfull, 57 Moolabar Street, Morningside will go to auction.Former AFL player Joel Patfull has so far refused all offers and is taking his Brisbane investment property to auction on Saturday at 1pm.Ray White New Farm sales agent Karla Lynch said 57 Moolabar St, Morningside had been extremely popular with prospective buyers.“It’s been a very popular little cottage with more than 100 groups of buyers through the front door to inspect it,” Ms Lynch said.“We have received multiple offers and our vendor has decided to take it all the way to the auction.”Ray White auctioneer David Treloar will run the auction on-site.Patfull, an ex Brisbane Lions player who was transferred to play for GWS Giants, has since retired and hung up his boots after 14 years.This was the first property purchase for Patfull and he lived there for three years when he first moved to Brisbane as it was close to the Gabba stadium.“I chose to live there because it was close enough to the Gabba,” he said.“It was quiet and a really nice suburb and still affordable enough for a first homebuyer.”Now his football career is over, Patfull is looking to buy and settle in Bondi.He bought the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home on a 405sq m block 10 years ago when he had moved up from Adelaide to play AFL in 2007. 100 Hawken Drive, St Lucia. Photo: realestate.com.au The impressive home at 100 Hawken Drive, St Lucia. Photo: realestate.com.auThe sellers of 100 Hawken Drive, St Lucia, have outgrown their home, which sits on two separate titles.The five-bedroom, three-bedroom home is set to impress potential buyers with a temperature controlled wine cellar storing 1800 bottles, and for the kids, a cubby house (with power), sandpit and slide, and a built-in trampoline.Ray White Ascot selling agent Damon Warat said the property would go to auction at 10am on Saturday. Inside the spacious property at 14 Leslie St, Bardon.The inviting living space features a cosy bay window seat and fire place, it leads to the spacious dining area which is adjacent to the kitchen.The kitchen has plenty of bench and cupboard space, gas cooking and European appliances. The bedrooms are both generously sized and French doors lead from both to a multipurpose space/sleep out.Ms Devine said the home had been beautifully kept, with stunning pre-war features. She said the standout feature was the double lot — a 810sq m block of land. “There’s the potential to create a dream home in a sought after pocket of Bardon,” she said. The property goes to auction at 1pm. 31 Wride St, Wooloowin.This beautiful country cottage in the heart of Wooloowin is set to go under the hammer at 9am, also on Saturday morning.Sitting behind a white picket fence, the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home combines modern living and functionality, yet preserving all of the charm from yesteryear. Two of the bedrooms open out to a sunroom. The property is being marketed by Ray White Ascot’s Dwight Ferguson and Alexander Shean. 14 Leslie St, Bardon.Over at 14 Leslie St, Bardon, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is for sale for the first time in 27 years.Nicole Devine, from SPACE Property Agents, said the owner had decided to sell as his tenants moved out earlier in the year.“He does not intend to return to the home or live in Brisbane,” Ms Devine said.