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Potential-plus with this huge allotment

first_imgThe home offered the potential to create a double holding incomeRochedale is undergoing a transformation.The suburb offers a mix of contemporary dwellings on new allotments, development sites and long-term holdings with the ability to subdivide in the future.The golden ticket is landing a property that will one day be a prime project, but can also create a current holding income to help service the debt.That’s exactly where 6 Gardner Rd, Rochedale slots into the mix.With multiple immediate and future possibilities, this 9182sq m property was always going to be a prized acquisition.The property sold at auction for $2.015 million and provides triple-income potential for its new owners, according to selling agent at Yong Real Estate, Nahi Shahwani.Mr Shahwani said the circa 2000 brick home was in great condition and provided six-bedroom, three-bathroom accommodation across two levels.It’s a big, functional home with potential to add a dual income.“They have the chance to take two families,” Mr Shahwani says.“Upstairs has three bedrooms — all of them are very big — two bathrooms and a massive lounge.”Mr Shahwani said the second area downstairs could effectively be self-contained.The rental options don’t end there, however, as there’s a 250sq m shed with workshop/storage and office.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 2020“They have a massive shed and they’re currently running a business there,” Mr Shahwani said.Mr Shahwani said the auction was well attended with the property eventually purchased by a Chinese buyer who could see Rochedale’s potential for growth.“We had seven registered bidders. Four of them competed,” he said. “It started at $1 million but it got where the emotion of the buyers came up so it went very quickly climbing to arrive at around $2 million and then slowed.”Mr Shahwani said the eventual buyer had been active in the area and was willing to pay what was needed to acquire the right properties with potential.“They’re still looking for acreage and with an unlimited budget,” he said.Mr Shahwani said these properties were fairly rare so competition was hot and the recent auction had unearthed other cashed-up future developers too.“Not many properties come up around in that area,” he said.“In fact, since I’ve had that property I’ve had a lot of inquiry and we had several interested bidders … the others are still looking in the same area.“The market is very hot particularly — a very desirable area for Chinese buyers.”last_img read more

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Serie A: Juventus star to sit out Udinese clash

first_img Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own Eyes7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Best 1980s Gadgets That Defined A Decade8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better Leonardo Bonucci will miss Juve’s game against Udinese later on Thursday night having picked up a one-game suspension for his 10th yellow card this season against Lazio. The defender was booked after giving away a late penalty in the Bianconeri’s victory over Lazio yesterday and the Giudice Sportivo confirmed that he will now face a one game suspension.Advertisement Bonucci could potentially miss out on title celebrations on the pitch, as Juve could be crowned champions for a ninth consecutive time, after Inter failed to beat Fiorentina on Wednesday night. Read Also: NBA pulls out of Xinjiang projectWith Giorgio Chiellini still injured, Danielle Rugani is the favourite to partner Matthijs De Ligt at the back although Merih Demiral may feature.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more

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Stellar pitching, explosive offense carry Syracuse softball to doubleheader sweep of Rutgers

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ After avoiding a sweep against Seton Hall on Sunday, Syracuse (19-24, 7-9 Big East) traveled to Rutgers (25-21, 6-10) and swept a doubleheader with the Scarlet Knights on Wednesday.Before the two-game set, the Orange sat one game behind RU in the Big East. But after sweeping Rutgers on Wednesday, SU leapfrogged the Scarlet Knights in the conference standings and now sits in sixth place, one game behind Georgetown.Syracuse rode the arm of Stacy Kuwik to a 6-0 victory in game one. Kuwik threw seven innings, and only gave up three hits and one walk en route to improving her record to 12-9.Shortstop Morgan Nandin set the tempo early with a first-inning RBI single that scored pinch runner Emily Thompson. Third baseman Corinne Ozanne doubled in right fielder Shirley Daniels in the third, then Daniels broke the game wide open with a three-run home run that plated Ashley Dimon and Riley Johnson in the fourth.In game two, Syracuse’s offensive exploded in an 11-3 win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textKuwik threw five more innings and gave up three runs on five hits, but that wouldn’t matter.With the score tied at two, SU kicked into high gear. Dimon and Johnson doubled, Grant hit for three parts of the cycle, adding a single and triple to her first inning home run, and Nandin stayed hot with two hits, two RBIs, and a run scored.Daniels added to her Big East leading steals total by swiping her 27th base of the season in game two. But she’s no longer perfect. Rutgers catcher Kaci Madden threw her out trying to steal in game one.SU now travels to Tampa, Fla. for a three game series with South Florida. The Orange will look to continue climbing the Big East standings in a doubleheader starting at 12 p.m. on Saturday, and a weekend cap at 11 a.m. on Sunday. South Florida is currently third in the Big East standings. Comments Published on April 25, 2013 at 1:04 amlast_img read more

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MLB 2020 predictions for every division, playoffs, World Series, awards

first_imgSouthern California News Group writers predictions for major awards, regular season, playoffs and World Series:Jeff Fletcher, Angels beat writer:AL WESTAstros Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire YankeesRaysRed SoxBlue JaysOriolesAL CENTRALIndiansTwinsWhite SoxRoyalsTigersNL WESTDodgersPadresDiamondbacksRockiesGiantsNL EASTNationalsBravesPhilliesMetsMarlinsNL CENTRALRedsBrewersCubsCardinalsPiratesAL WILD CARDRays over TwinsALDSYankees over RaysIndians over AstrosALCSYankees over IndiansNL WILD CARDBrewers over BravesNLDSDodgers over BrewersNationals over RedsNLCSDodgers over NationalsWORLD SERIESDodgers over YankeesROOKIE OF THE YEARAL: Jo Adell, AngelsNL: MacKenzie Gore, PadresCY YOUNGAL: Shane Bieber, IndiansNL: Walker Buehler, DodgersMVPAL: George Springer, AstrosNL: Christian Yelich, BrewersBill Plunkett, Dodgers beat writer:NL WESTDodgersDiamondbacksPadresGiantsRockiesNL CENTRALRedsBrewersCubsCardinalsPiratesNL EASTBravesPhilliesNationalsMetsMarlinsAL WESTAstrosA’sAngelsRangersMarinersAL CENTRALTwinsIndiansWhite SoxTigersRoyalsAL EASTRaysYankeesBlue JaysRed SoxOriolesAL WILD CARDYankees over A’sALDSYankees over RaysTwins over AstrosALCSYankees over TwinsNL WILD CARDBrewers over PhilliesNLDSDodgers over BrewersBraves over RedsNLCSDodgers over BravesWORLD SERIESDodgers over YankeesROOKIE OF THE YEARNL: Gavin Lux, DodgersAL: Luis Robert, White SoxCY YOUNGNL: Stephen Strasburg, NationalsAL: Gerrit Cole, Cy YoungMVPNL: Justin Turner, DodgersAL: Aaron Judge, YankeesJ.P. Hoornstra, MLB writer/columnist:AL WESTA’sRangersAstrosAngelsMarinersAL EASTBlue JaysRaysYankeesRed SoxOriolesAL CENTRALWhite SoxTwinsIndiansRoyalsTigersNL WESTPadresDodgersDiamondbacksRockiesGiantsNL EASTBravesMarlinsNationalsPhilliesMetsNL CENTRALRedsCardinalsBrewersCubsPiratesAL WILD CARDYankees over RaysALDSYankees over Blue JaysA’s over White SoxALCSYankees over A’sNL WILD CARDDodgers over CardinalsNLDSDodgers over RedsBraves over PadresNLCSDodgers over BravesWORLD SERIESDodgers over YankeesROOKIES OF THE YEARAL: Luis Robert, White SoxNL: Gavin Lux, DodgersCY YOUNGAL: Blake Snell, RaysNL: Jack Flaherty, CardinalsMVPAL: Nelson Cruz, TwinsNL: Brian Anderson, MarlinsJim Alexander, columnistAL WESTAstrosAngelsA’sRangersMarinersAL EASTYankeesRaysRed SoxBlue JaysOriolesAL CENTRALTwinsWhite SoxIndiansRoyalsTigersNL WESTDodgersPadresRockiesD-BacksGiantsNL EASTBravesNationalsPhilliesMetsMarlinsNL CENTRALBrewersCardinalsRedsCubsPiratesAL WILD CARDAngels over RaysALDSYankees over AngelsAstros over TwinsALCSYankees over AstrosNL WILD CARDCardinals over NatsNLDSDodgers over CardinalsBraves over BrewersNLCSDodgers over BravesWORLD SERIESDodgers over YankeesROOKIE OF THE YEARAL: Jesus Luzardo, A’sNL: Gavin Lux, DodgersCY YOUNGAL: Gerrit Cole, YankeesNL: Max Scherzer, NatsMVPAL: Mike Trout, AngelsNL: Mookie Betts, DodgersMark Whicker, columnist:NL WESTDodgersPadresDiamondbacksGiantsRockiesNL CENTRALRedsCardinalsCubsBrewersPiratesNL EASTMetsBravesNationalsPhilliesMarlinsAL WESTAstrosAthleticsAngelsRangersMarinersAL CENTRALTwinsWhite SoxIndiansTigersRoyalsAL EASTYankeesRaysRed SoxBlue JaysOriolesNL WILD CARDBraves over CardinalsNLDSDodgers over BravesMets over RedsNLCSDodgers over MetsAL WILD CARDAthletics over RaysALDSYankees over AthleticsAstros over TwinsALCSYankees over AstrosWORLD SERIESYankees over DodgersROOKIES OF THE YEARAL: Luis Robert, White SoxNL: Carter Kieboom, NationalsCY YOUNGAL: Jose Berrios, TwinsNL: Jack Flaherty, CardinalsMVPAL: Gleyber Torres, YankeesNL: Peter Alonso, MetsRelated Articles Angels fail to take series in Oakland, lose in 10 innings Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter A’sAngelsRangersMarinersAL EAST Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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