The homes at 44-46 Soudan Street, Bardon. Photo: Graya ConstructionA HUMBLE home on a big parcel of land in inner-city Brisbane has undergone a jawdropping transformation — making way for two luxury properties that are now the best-looking neighbours on the block.The brothers from Graya Construction have been at it again, building two stunning new houses in less than two years and selling them for a mega profit.They just sold the house at 46 Soudan St, Bardon, for $1.73 million in an off-market deal after recently finalising the sale of its sister property at No. 44 for the same price.Graya Construction bought the 810sq m block in June 2015 for $930,000 and knocked down the existing post-war house. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The brothers subdivided the allotment and built two new houses, selling both for $2.53 million more than they paid for the original site.Travertine tiling and a grand pivot door now adorn the entrance, whereas the original house was obscured by trees.The dated main bedroom of the original house now boasts a walk-in robe and luxe ensuite with dual rainshower heads and a freestanding bath.Ben Wakely and Victor Du Bois of Urban Property Agents negotiated the properties’ sales.Mr Wakely said 150 groups inspected 44 Soudan St when it was offered to the market, and one of the interested parties who missed out on that sale bought No. 46 in an off-market transaction soon after. Bardon is 5km from Brisbane’s CBD and has a median house price of $940,000, according to CoreLogic.