57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe three bedrooms have built-in robes and fans and the new bathroom has floor to ceiling tiles. The house has timber floorboards throughout, split-system airconditioning to the living areas, LED lighting throughout and new plumbing and electrical wiring. 57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastTHIS Mount Gravatt East home has been redesigned and renovated to suit modern, and is new to the market. The property at 57 Kentish St has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a spot to park the car. The new open plan living area includes the kitchen and dining space and a lounge room. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201957 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe kitchen has stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry. A servery window and French doors in the kitchen open out to the big entertaining deck at the back of the home. 57 Kentish St, Mount Gravatt EastThe home is set on a fenced 615sq m block with landscaped gardens and lawn. The Mount Gravatt East home is being marketed by Isa Kural from Ray White — Holland Park.
The home at 13 Tequila St, Kippa-Ring.Ms Fenton said the home attracted a mix of local owner-occupiers and investors. The successful buyer will be both. “His short-term plan is to put a tenant in and his long-term plan is to shift up here,” Ms Fenton said. The local agent said the Kippa-Ring market was performing well. “The new infrastructure, particularly the train station, has really put Kippa-Ring on the map,” she said. “It’s also the next affordable option for buyers who can’t get into Redcliffe or Scarborough. You get a lot for your money in Kippa-Ring.” The home at 13 Tequila St, Kippa-RingA THREE-BEDROOM brick and tile home has set a new street record after selling in Kippa-Ring. The property at 13 Tequila St sold for $527,000 to an interstate buyer. Marketing agent Johanne Fenton of One Agency Redcliffe said the home went under contract within 10 days of hitting the market. “We had a lot of buyers through. That lowset brick and tile home seems to be most in demand at the moment,” she said. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“The property was also in a quiet street opposite a park and people could move in without any extra major expense.”
By Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (April 4) – Jesse Williamson was the $1,100 IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature winner in front of a full house on opening night Saturday at Cottage Grove Speedway.Hometown chauffeur Curtis Towns seized the lead after two cautions on the initial start. Towns set a wicked pace before he was overtaken on lap eight by Williamson.Williamson wasted no time extending his lead and had no trouble working his way through lapped traffic as well as the race progressed.He’d take the checkers in the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier ahead of Braedon Hand, Mark Wauge, Towns and Collen Winebarger.Additional purse money was contributed by Crocker’s Cars.Feature results – 1. Jesse Williamson; 2. Braedon Hand; 3. Mark Wauge; 4. Curtis Towns; 5. Collen Winebarger; 6. Bricen James; 7. Craig Hanson; 8. Steven Sturdevant; 9. Kinzer Cox; 10. Curt Coggins; 11. Albert Gill; 12. Brett James; 13. Dustin Cady; 14. Brad Martin; 15. Craig Cassell; 16. Jeff Lovell; 17. Austin McTaggart; 18. Jake Mayden; 19. Jesse Bailey; 20. Duane Orsburn.
Ghana’s women’s 4x100m relay team have qualified for the finals of the 4x100m relays at the IAAF World Relay Championships in Yokohama, Japan.The quartet qualified in 2nd place (44.12s) in a chaotic Heat 2 in which Great Britain and France dropped their batons and did not finish their races; while Canada were disqualified. Nigeria also encountered baton change problems before recovering to finish in a disappointing 4th place and miss out on a place in the finals.Ghana will now qualify for the World Athletics Championships irrespective of their position in the final. They just need to avoid disqualification in the race to qualify.Running in Lane 5, Flings Owusu-Agyapong started Ghana off on the first leg and handed over Gemma Acheampong on the second leg.Persis William-Mensah ran a strong 3rd leg to hold off the challenge from Great Britain but she still handed off to Hor Halutie in 5th position on the anchor leg with the likes of Denmark, France, Great Britain and Canada all ahead of Ghana.While the change over for Ghana was smooth, Britain and France dropped theirs in the final change over and Nigeria struggled with their handover. That allowed Hor to slip through and finish in 3rd with a time of 44.12s, behind Denmark (1st) and Canada (2nd).Canada were then disqualified and Ghana moved into 2nd position and a place the final.Overall, Ghana qualified the slowest, and will now come up against USA, Germany, Brazil, Jamaica, Australia, Italy and Denmark in tomorrow’s final.