The 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.”
Loading… Neymar arriving at his 28th birthday celebration in Paris on SundayThe Brazilian – who sported a pink hair-do in the win against Montpellier – organised a lavish celebration ahead of his 28th birthday at a Parisian nightclub in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower on Sunday, including an all-white dress code. Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel on Monday attempted to play down a touchline spat with Kylian Mbappe which overshadowed the French champions’ big weekend win over Montpellier. “There is nothing personal between him and me. These things happen,” said Tuchel after Mbappe reacted angrily to being substituted midway through the second half of PSG’s 5-0 victory at the Parc des Princes, with Mauro Icardi taking his place. PSG coach Thomas Tuchel has tried to play down his very visible spat with Kylian Mbappe during the Ligue 1 leaders’ weekend win over Montpellier “It was between a player who does not want to come off, and a coach who had his reasons for doing something, and who wanted to give a game to players who deserved it.” After Saturday’s match, Tuchel admitted that the reaction of Mbappe “doesn’t look good” and pointed out that: “This is football, not tennis, and you have to respect everyone.” The 21-year-old World Cup winner, who had scored his 14th league goal of the season in the victory, exchanged words with Tuchel as he came off, and then stormed to his seat on the bench, throwing away a training top in disgust. Tuchel said he discussed the matter again at training on Sunday, with the player and with Leonardo, the club’s sporting director. “I spoke about it yesterday with Leo, of course, and with the squad, as we generally do. But what I said will remain in the dressing room,” added Tuchel, speaking before PSG return to league action on Tuesday away to Nantes. Returning to the incident, he added: “We had the game wrapped up, and it was a chance to take off Pablo (Sarabia) and Kylian, and put on Mauro and ‘Edi’ (Cavani), who deserved to get some minutes. “I know it is hard to accept for some players, but these are sporting matters that they should be able to understand.” – Neymar birthday ‘not the best’ preparation – With PSG returning to action in midweek, and also having a Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund looming ever closer on the horizon, Tuchel could also be excused for being less than impressed with Neymar’s latest off-field antics. Tuchel insisted that the event, to which Neymar invited all his team-mates, would not have an influence on his team selection for Tuesday’s trip to face a Nantes side who sit ninth in the table. The Brazilian, however, will not be risked due to a rib complaint, the club said late on Monday. “I always protect my players, and I really love my team. With this party, I accept that it is a bit difficult to protect the players, but the context is not simply black or white,” Tuchel said. Read Also: Mbappe could be punished for angry reaction, PSG boss Tuchel “Is it the best way to prepare for a match? No, clearly not. Is it the worst thing in the world? No. “It is a shame, because we are giving people the chance to speak badly of us. We need to adapt to the situation, but I am not going to leave a player on the bench or at home because they went out and celebrated.” PSG, who are 12 points clear of Marseille at the Ligue 1 summit, do have defensive injury problems just now, though, with Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Juan Bernat and Colin Dagba all out of Tuesday’s game. Midweek fixtures in Ligue 1 (kick-offs 1800 GMT unless stated) Tuesday Lille v Rennes, Monaco v Angers, Nantes v Paris Saint-Germain (2005 GMT) Wednesday Brest v Bordeaux, Lyon v Amiens, Montpellier v Metz, Nimes v Dijon, Reims v Nice, Toulouse v Strasbourg, Saint-Etienne v Marseille (2000 GMT) FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Feb. 9 @ Rutgers19 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 1 turnoverFG: 7-of-143-pt shooting: 1-of-3FTs: 4-of-4FG (right): 3-of-7, 7 pointsFG (left): 0-of-2, 0 pointsJumpers (middle): 0-of-0, 0 pointsIn the paint: 4-of-4, 8 pointsGeorgetown 69, Rutgers 63 Feb. 11 vs. No. 18 Marquette21 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 1 turnoverFG: 6-of-153-pt shooting: 2-of-6FTs: 7-of-7FG (right): 2-of-4, 5 pointsFG (left): 0-of-3, 0 pointsJumpers (middle): 1-of-3, 3 pointsIn the paint: 3-of-6, 6 pointsGeorgetown 63, Marquette, 55 Jan. 26 vs. No. 5 Louisville17 points, 12 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block, 7 turnoversFG: 5-of-133-pt shooting: 2-of-5FTs: 5-of-6FG (right): 2-of-6, 4 pointsFG (left): 1-of-3, 3 pointsJumpers (middle): 2-of-3, 5 pointsIn the paint: 0-of-1, 0 pointsGeorgetown 53, Louisville, 51 Breakout gamesPorter is enjoying a breakout season, leading the Hoyas from unheralded and unranked to No. 11 in the nation and a shot at the Big East title. The forward himself is contending for the Naismith Player of the Year award.Here’s a breakdown of his best performances this season:Nov. 19 vs. No. 11 UCLA (Legends Classic, Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.)18 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, 5 blocks, 2 turnoversAdvertisementThis is placeholder textFG: 6-of-103-pt shooting: 2-of-2FTs: 4-of-5FG (right): 2-of-2, 5 pointsFG (left): 1-of-2, 3 pointsJumpers (middle): 0-of-0In the paint: 1-of-4, 2 pointsGeorgetown 78, UCLA 70 Nov. 20 vs. No. 1 Indiana (Legends Classic, Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.)15 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks, 4 turnoversFG: 6-of-133-pt shooting: 3-of-4FTs: 0-of-1FG (right): 2-of-5, 5 pointsFG (left): 2-of-5, 6 pointsJumpers (middle): 1-of-1, 2 pointsIn the paint: 1-of-1, 2 pointsIndiana 82, Georgetown 72 3State titles won by Porter and the Braves in his career. Facebook Twitter Google+ 4Times coach John Thompson III visited Porter, all during his senior year, according to then-Scott County Central assistant coach Frank Staples. 0AAU games Porter played in. His father, a Scott County Central legend, preferred Porter work with his high school teammates, and barnstorm local courts and gyms with his teammates and family.-compiled by Jacob Klinger, asst. sports editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Comments 2Division-I schools that offered Porter a scholarship, including Georgetown, according to Scout.com. The other was Missouri. Jan. 12 @ St. John’s19 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals, 0 blocks, 4 turnoversFG: 5-of-113-pt shooting: 0-of-0FTs: 9-of-12FG (right): 0-of-2, 0 pointsFG (left): 1-of-1, 2 pointsJumpers (middle): 0-of-2, 0 pointsIn the paint: 3-of-7, 6 pointsGeorgetown 67, St. John’s 51 Published on February 22, 2013 at 2:04 am Otto Porter by the numbers30Approximate number of kids in his 2011 graduating class at Scott County Central High School in Missouri.