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This Brisbane home must have an X-factor!YOU’D be forgiven for thinking you’d seen 95 Lutzow Street, Tarragindi somewhere before.The property offers a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home that’s been setting buyers’ hearts aflutter in the lead up to its auction at midday on Saturday November 4.While the light-filled, open-plan design and its touch of modernist flare would be enough to have many raising a paddle, it’s the home’s interesting contribution to the small screen that will have a few folk gossiping, according to Place Annerley sales agent, Tracy Kennedy. A star is born — 95 Lutzow Street, Tarragindi“It’s a 1960s build and the owners have been there 19 years. One day there was a knock at the door and someone asked them if, for $1000 a day, they’d be interested in allowing their house to be used in the filming of a television commercial,” Ms Kennedy said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours ago“They said, ‘Sure! Come on in! After that, an agency approached them to see if they’d like to be on their books for more,” she said.All in all, 12 TV commercials were filmed at the home including a popular Gold Lotto ad featuring a Dad hugging his daughter “There’s been a Christmas Woolworths ad filmed there too,” she said.“There was one time that they filmed an advert there where they dug a clothesline into the front yard, did the filming, took the clothesline out, filled in the hole and returfed — and it was like it never happened.” The perfect place for a post-production party.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair Relax between takes in the downstairs family roomIf you’re keen to bid at the event, make sure to put your best foot forward. According to Ms Burke, the three-and-a-half week marketing campaign saw 68 groups come through the home.“We’ve had five offers already,” she said.And… that’s a wrap!