Great spot to watch the river go by. Source: CoreLogic BRISBANE’S TOP 10: (House sales revealed this past week) 1a Eldernell Tce, Hamilton $7m+127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer $5m5 Henry St, Ascot $3.3m33 Tooth Ave, Paddington $3.3m33 Ivy St, Indooroopilly $3.325m.35 Elliott St, Hawthorne $2.7m132 Ernest St, Manly $1.82m30 Yabba St, Ascot $1.6m37 Southerden Ave, Grange $1.46m19 Prince St, Paddington $1.401m (Source: realestate.com.au, Instagram/prestigepropertyau; CoreLogic) Open plan stunner in Hamilton. Source: CoreLogic 35 Elliott Street, Hawthorne. The view from 1A Eldernell Terrace Hamilton, which has sold for over $7m. Source: CoreLogicBRISBANE’S prestige market is surging with the top 10 house sales revealed in just the past week totalling a massive $30m.The market blew wide open with confirmation to The Courier-Mail yesterday of the $7m-plus sale of a blue chip property in Hamilton which effectively gains its owner $100,000 for every year of ownership.The sale of 1a Eldernell Terrace in Hamilton was the cherry on top for a week that saw millions thrown into Brisbane real estate, including the successful auction of 127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer on the weekend for $5m.Other sales revealed during the past week were 5 Henry St, Ascot and 33 Tooth Ave, Paddington which fetched the same price of $3.3m while 33 Ivy St, Indooroopilly was under contract for $3.325m. FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REAL ESTATE NEWS IN YOUR INBOX AGEING HOMES HOTTEST ON MARKET HOME HITS MARKET FOR FIRST TIME IN 100 YEARS 33 Tooth Ave, Paddington.According to a prestigepropertyau list, big dollars were also on the table for 35 Elliott St, Hawthorne ($2.7m) and 132 Ernest St, Manly ($1.82m).Auction results by realestate.com.au saw 30 Yabba St, Ascot go for $1.6m, 37 Southerden Avenue, Grange sold for $1.46m while 19 Prince St, Paddington attracted $1.401m under the hammer.Coronis agent Patrick McKinnon – believed to be acting for the buyer of the $7m-plus Hamilton home – was unable to disclose the full value of the sale but confirmed to The Courier-Mail that it was under contract.“The market is very strong in the high end at the moment,” Mr McKinnon said. “Even with the Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade happening people are still buying in the area and prestige properties will be still going strong when the upgrades are finished. It’s a good time for the Hamilton, Ascot, Hendra areas.” 132 Ernest Street, Manly. 30 Yabba Street, Ascot.According to property records, the last time 1a Eldernell Terrace in Hamilton sold was in 2008 when it fetched $6.1m. The owners have had the property languishing on the market since October, entertaining all expressions of interest.What does $7m-plus buy these days in Brisbane? CoreLogic records show Alma Clark Real Estate Ascot had marketed the 1a Eldernell Terrace home as a “luxurious family residence with spectacular views” which underwent a contemporary renovation to turn it into a grand home. The triple story home has formal and informal zones, as well as floor-to-ceiling glass to make the most of bridge, river and city skyline views, as well as a new kitchen and butler’s pantry “designed with entertaining in mind”. The home also has a second kitchen for casual dinners, a teen retreat, as well as a temperature controlled wine cellar. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK 127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer. 33 Ivy St, Indooroopilly.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago What a fantastic wine cellar. Source: CoreLogic 19 Prince St, Paddington. 5 Henry St, Ascot. 37 Southerden Avenue, Grange.