Family seals deal after bidding battle at auction

first_imgThe home at 25 Bride St, Wynnum.STRONG bidding ensured the sale of a renovated character home in Wynnum on the weekend. The five-bedroom home at 25 Bride St sold for $915,000 under the hammer. Marketing agent David Lazarus, of Belle Property Manly, said three bidders registered for the auction and two actively vied for the property. “We had an opening bid of $800,000 and strong bidding to $900,000,” he said. “We stopped there and negotiated a little bit more. We put it on the market at $915,000 and that’s where it stayed.”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 25 Bride St, Wynnum.Mr Lazarus said about 40 groups inspected the home during the marketing campaign and 30 people gathered to watch the property sell on auction day. He said the successful buyers were a local family. “The new owners are upgrading from Wynnum West and the sellers have bought a place on the Esplanade,” he said. “They were all very happy with the result.”Mr Lazarus said the Wynnum property market was bubbling along nicely.“I reckon clearance rates are sitting at about 80 per cent for the year,” he said.last_img read more

Lukas ​Podolski open to Arsenal return

first_img Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?Top 10 Iconic Personalities On TV Now The German was an excellent signing for the Gunners, operating upfront and on the left-wing. And he suggests that he may be back one day, albeit in a coaching role. Asked about life after football, he told Arsenal Player: “We will see, I still have something inside me to play for three or four more years maybe.Advertisement “After that, maybe rest a bit, I really don’t have a plan for now because I still love to play, to be with my teammates, to fight for three points every week, I still love that and when you love something you can’t leave it. read also:Iniesta replaces Podolski as Kobe captain “What is after? I have my business, maybe something more is coming, maybe being a coach in the youth, maybe work for your hometown Koln, maybe you can do something at Arsenal, maybe you can do something at Japan. “I will see, time will tell.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Former Arsenal striker, Lukas Podolski, has admitted he may return to the club one day.last_img read more

6 of the Best – Better Collective’s Gavin Moore

first_imgShare Submit Gavin Moore, Head of Traffic and Brand for leading iGaming affiliate Better Collective, has completed his 6 of the Best profile for SBC News.Find out about the film Moore has a newfound appreciation for, the sporting comeback he’ll never forget, and the author he discovered upon moving to Denmark. Best HolidayBefore I became a dad, I was an avid diver, so my best trip was probably when my wife and I took a small tour of Indonesia, where we stopped off in Bali, Nusa Lembongan, the Gili Islands, and Lombok.To be fair, with beautiful underwater life, good surfing, mountains to climb, rice fields to wander, magnificent views, and incredible beaches – there was not a lot to dislike.Best AlbumRadiohead – OK Computer. It is just a great album from track 1 to track 12. It has no deeper meaning to me than the fact it is fantastic music, which I still quite happily listen to today.Best FilmFinding Nemo – Okay, it hasn’t always been that, but I’ve developed a newfound appreciation for it. My son likes it, and it has taught him a lot about sea life and the types of creatures you find in the ocean. Plus, let’s be honest, it has its funny moments.Right now, this is my favourite – but that probably also has something to do with the fact that I don’t get much of a say in what we watch at home…Best Sporting ExperienceAs a Sheffield Wednesday fan and an Englishman, I have had very little to cheer about in my 32 years so far with neither club nor country. In fact one of my most vivid early football memories was an away day with my dad in 1999 to see Sheffield Wednesday in Newcastle – we lost 8-0 and I cried all the way home.However, in Europe, I’ve always had a soft spot for Manchester United. Seeing their comeback against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final is something I won’t forget in a hurry.Best BookI have to hold my hands up and say I am not a massive reader – I don’t really find the time for it now if I am honest. However, since moving to Denmark, I discovered the Danish author Jakob Ejersbo, and I really enjoyed his African Trilogy consisting of Exile, Revolution and Liberty. They were good companions on diving holidays when taking a break between dives.Best AppWhy, that is Better Collective’s SmartBets app… Okay, other than the blatantly obvious, I am a massive Uber fan. It just makes my life a lot easier when I am out travelling and collecting receipts. But we’re all familiar with this one, so there’s no need for further explanation. StumbleUpon Sharelast_img read more