The home at 16 Adam St, Wynnum, sold for $1.4 million.A four-bedroom executive home with water views has sold in Wynnum as high end buyers look to the bayside for value for money. The property at 16 Adam St sold for $1.4 million, the highest sale for the popular street for the past nine years and the third highest overall. Place Bulimba marketing agent, Marc Sorrentino said the property attracted plenty of interest. “During the period it was on the market we had over 20 inspections and three offers,” he said. “What appealed to people was that it was a high end executive house and it was in a location at the quiet end of the esplanade.”Mr Sorrentino said the property achieved such a good price thanks to its architectural design and commercial-grade fixtures and fittings. 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 2020The kitchen at 16 Adam St, Wynnum.“The house has quite a lot of features most other properties don’t such as a cinema room, gym,” he said. Mr Sorrentino said the Wynnum Manly area had “flown under the radar” for a long time but buyers looking to the top end of the market were taking notice. “People are now starting to discover the area and seeing how beautiful it is,” he said. “It represents really good value for money compared to Bulimba or Hawthorne. It’s 20 minutes down the road but you get so much more.“There are buyers out there who are looking for really high quality property and if they can’t find it, they build it.” In March, Mr Sorrentino sold a block of land at 28 Oceana Tce, Manly, for $1.3 million, which was a record sale for a vacant residential block in the suburb.