37 Queens Rd, Clayfield, will go under the hammer at 6pm tonight.A HERITAGE Queenslander loaded with mod cons is among 25 homes set to go under the hammer in Brisbane tonight, as homeowners seek to clear the decks for Easter.The home, called “Blenheim”, has a history that goes back to the early 1900s. The house at 37 Queens Rd, Clayfield, has five bedrooms, three bathroom, three car spaces and a pool.Agent Damon Lewis of Ray White New Farm has it set for a 6pm sale in a pop-up auction at the Brisbane Powerhouse tonight.Offering a little piece of colonial bliss, this restored residence called Blenheim has street appeal with established gardens and a wraparound veranda with original wrought iron balustrades. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL LIST OF TONIGHT’S AUCTIONS Street appeal in spaces.The residence’s family bathroom continues the chic style, featuring twin showers, a separate bathtub and heated towel racks.From the dining room, bi-fold doors open the space out to a deck overlooking the backyard, a heated saltwater pool and pizza oven with soil imported from Tuscany.Back inside, the lower level of the house contains a media room, bathroom, laundry and ample room for storage, including a surfboard rack and firewood pile for the pizza oven.There is also an office featured in the floorplan. Beautiful space for a catch up with friends.Beyond a gated entrance, a staircase ascends to the veranda and front door. Inside to the left are two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and one with access to the veranda.To the opposite side of a central hallway are another two bedrooms, with the polished timber hall then leading to a lounge room on the right, complete with a black fireplace.Continuing through the residence is a sitting room moulded around a now dormant fire place — a feature that shows the modern residence still keeps hold of some of its timeless character from the early 1900s.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 That is an enormous backyard for the inner-city.Other period features of Blenheim include antique stained glass windows, high ceilings, VJ walls and original ornate breezeways, while the house also has ducted and zoned airconditioning, an alarm system, home entertainment system, a two-car garage and single carport. A Panasonic flat screen TV and Sharp 3D flat screen TV’s are also included in the sale of the property. Stunning craftsmanship in the roofline.Across from the sitting room is a custom-built Wyer and Crow kitchen with Carrara marble benchtops, modern appliances, an integrated hidden fridge and dishwasher and a hidden Liebherr bar fridge.Surrounding the kitchen is a scullery and study and a dining room with a vaulted ceiling.Tucked away at the back of the house is the main bedroom, with a walk-in wardrobe and a chic ensuite with Carrara marble benchtops, twin basins and heated towel racks.