A renovator on acreage brings in the buyers

first_imgThe kitchen at 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture.“The house itself was unique. It was built roughly 40 years ago and it was one of the first ones in the area.” The home has three-bedroom, one-bathroom accommodation. There is a 63sq m powered shed, greenhouse and room for a horse paddock, too.“We had three registered bidder on the day. A family has bought it and they plan to do a lot of renovations — the property did need quite a lot of work,” Mr Willis said.“There are definitely a lot of buyers around looking for acreage. “We’re seeing a good increase in buyers for standard residential homes, too.” The home at 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture.When a property offers something a little different from the norm, an auction can often realise the best outcome.Such was the case for 41 Leahy Rd, Caboolture which achieved $430,000 on August 26.Richardson & Wrench Caboolture sales agent, Jarrod Willis, said there was plenty of interest during the sales campaign.“We had 35 to 40 groups through the property, which is phenomenal for Caboolture,” Mr Willis said.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Both the 8006sq m block and the potential to add equity to the home kept buyers keen, he said.last_img read more

Preparations afoot for Salisbury Reunion

first_imgEntertainmentLocalNews Preparations afoot for Salisbury Reunion by: – July 14, 2011 Share 28 Views   no discussions Share The community of Salisbury, will, from the July 23rd to August 7th 2011 be celebrating their Grand Reunion under the theme “Building Community With Pride and Unity“. This effort is being orchestrated by The Salisbury Reunion Committee, an initiative of the Salisbury Enhancement Committee Inc.The reunion will begin with a grand opening ceremony which will take place on Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 at 4:30pm, at the Salisbury Playing Field which has been dubbed ‘Reunion Village’.A number of local gospel artists and groups will grace the stage on that night at a Gospel Concert carded for 7:00pm on that night.Sunday, July 24th will feature a Church Service followed by a cricket match from 2:00pm and a Miss Salisbury Pageant from 7:30pm.July 25th to 29th will feature a summer school program at the Salisbury Primary School for children from the ages of 5 to 18.The history of Salisbury will be revealed at a History Night carded for July 5th from 7:30pm at the Salisbury Primary School.The agricultural side of Salisbury will be showcased at a grand Market Day with a Difference scheduled for Saturday July 30th from 8:00am at Lower Salisbury.Other events will include a health fair, a bouyon night, a family fun day and a dinner and awards ceremony.An Oldie Goldie Night, carded for August 6th will give seniors an opportunity to reminisce on the music of the 50s and 60s at the Salisbury Government School from 8:00pm.The reunion will culminate with a sporting activity called Bawi Olympic on August 7th, followed by a Block-o-rama.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img Sharing is caring! Share Tweetlast_img read more

RTU Coach Fumes at home match ban

first_imgHead Coach of Real Tamale United Mohammed Gargo says he is not pleased with the Ghana Football Association’s decision to suspend his team from playing the rest of their premier league games at the Tamale Stadium. The decision by the GFA to suspend the premier league returnees was arrived following two separate cases of violence exhibited by the management and supporters of Tamale based side during their premier league games with Aduana Stars and SC Medeama. But Coach Mohammed Gargo disagrees with the decision and says it’s unfair.“If you look at what is happening to RTU, i don’t think it is fair to ban us from playing at the Tamale Stadium”. He told JOY Sports“A similar incident happened in Kumasi during the Kotoko, Lions game, why is Kotoko not banned? But why with RTU is all over the country”.“They are making us work tirelessly for nothing and when you talk you become the number one enemy because you stand for the truth, i mean is not fair for something like this to happen in Ghana football”last_img read more