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Grand 1905 Queenslander sold for $3.3m after auction

first_imgBeautifully maintained home. Perfect for the hot summer to come. 56 Victoria Ave ChelmerMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours ago It has all the elements of the best examples of Queenslanders.Agent Jason Adcock of Adcock Prestige confirmed it had passed in at auction for $3.2m on Saturday and then subsequently sold for $3.3m.He had marketed it as a “grand landmark Queenslander” in one of Chelmer’s prestigious high-side streets 6km from the Brisbane CBD.“Full of character with its soaring 14ft high ceilings, timber floorboards, VJ walls and ceilings, picture rails, decorative timber work, hallway arch, ornate fireplace and sash windows, this timeless home offers all the charm of its heritage past with all the conveniences of modern family living.” Classic decor in the kitchen. Kathy and Rod O’Connell at the home in Chelmer that they have since sold for $3.3m after it passed in at auction for $3.2m. Picture: AAP Image/Claudia Baxter.A GRAND Queenslander built circa 1905 has fetched a massive $3.3m after it had passed in at auction last weekend.The five bedroom, three bathroom, double car garage property called Arcadia was at 56 Victoria Avenue, Chelmer and comes complete with pool, floodlit tennis court on a massive 2,704sq m block. Heritage features have been retained throughout the home.Those conveniences included state of the art European appliances by Neff, Gaggenau and Miele in the kitchen, a master bedroom connects to a retreat that comes with a fireplace and can be opened up to the rest of the family as well.last_img read more


Dominica ready to host 10th Caribbean Week of Agriculture

first_img Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring! 21 Views   no discussionscenter_img LocalNews Dominica ready to host 10th Caribbean Week of Agriculture by: – October 6, 2011 Share Delegates forming part of the 10th Annual Caribbean Week of Agriculture (CWA) which will be held in Dominica from October 9th to 15th have already begun arriving on island.A move that the organizers say has proven the importance of the event.Accommodations Coordinator of the CWA Athenia Henry told a press briefing today that over 250 delegates have already been booked and have begun arriving in Dominica.She said hotels are booked and all is set for the grand event.“We have used a number of accommodations from Portsmouth to all the way in the south. Over 20 various hotels and guest houses have been used. Delegates are coming from a number of African countries, Europe, Central America and the region. We have also put in place officers who will work well with the delegates who are coming in,” he said.She said there are over 40 VIP’s on the list and the protocol office is well ready to receive these persons.“Chief of our VIP will be our own Secretary General of CARICOM Erwin LaRoque. This is his first visit since his appointment, added to that we have a number of events and meetings taking place. Most of the organizations who have anything to do with agriculture will be in Dominica,” she said.Meantime Coordinator of the Caribbean Week of Agriculture Edward Registe says several aspects of the Dominican economy will benefit from event.Described as what may be the biggest agriculture event to be hosted by Dominica, Registe says the main focus will be centered upon the country’s agriculture sector but several other aspects will be involved.“It’s really a national project and several other sectors in society, tourism health trade and others are involved in this. While the focus is on the agriculture sector, it is really a national project,” he explained.Registe said Dominicans must do all in their interest to make sure the seminar is productive and interesting.The event will commence on Sunday.Domincia Vibes Newslast_img read more


Ellsworth beats Foxcroft with last-second layup

first_img Latest Posts Bio Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Ellsworth’s Emily Berry fights for the rebound in the Eagles’ 60-36 win over Old Town on Wednesday at Ellsworth High School. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSELLSWORTH — Ellsworth’s Samantha Mason snuck in a layup as time expired to help the Ellsworth girls’ basketball team defeat Foxcroft Academy 37-35 on Tuesday at home.Emily Berry netted 10 points while Madison Card finished with nine points, including two 3-pointers, for the Eagles.For Foxcroft (3-11), Grace Bickford led all scorers with 11 points and Liz Richard added nine for the Ponies.Ellsworth (9-5) will host Presque Isle (12-1) on Friday.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textGSA 46, WA 32At Blue Hill, the George Stevens Academy Eagles overcame a 14-9 first-quarter deficit to defeat the Washington Academy Raiders on Monday.The Eagles outscored WA 15-8 in the second quarter, then held the Raiders to just 10 points in the second half.Morgan Dauk led GSA with 23 points and 16 rebounds. Alice Dillon chipped in with seven assists while Katrina Limeburner pulled down 10 rebounds.Lauren Raye netted 11 points, including three 3-pointers, for Washington Academy.GSA (7-6) will play at DI-S (4-9) on Saturday.Narraguagus 37, Sumner 21At East Sullivan, Kelli Kennedy tallied 14 points to lead Narraguagus to a win over Sumner on Monday.Jordan Merchant led the Tigers with seven points.Sumner (6-7) will host Washington Academy (4-9) on Tuesday.Machias 61, DI-S 33Ellsworth’s Madison Card dribbles past an Old Town player in the Eagles’ 60-36 win on Wednesday at Ellsworth High School. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSDeer-Isle Stonington lost to Machias on Monday at home.GSA 38, Sumner 29At Blue Hill, Morgan Dauk recorded 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the GSA Eagles over the Sumner Tigers on Saturday.GSA entered halftime with just a 12-11 lead, but the Eagles scored 26 points in the second half for the win.GSA’s Alice Dillon chipped in with six assists and seven rebounds for the Eagles.Shead 47, DI-S 42DI-S lost at Shead on Saturday.MDI 73, Hermon 55At Mount Desert Island, Kelsey Shaw poured in 29 points to pace the MDI Trojans to a home victory over Hermon on Saturday.Sierra Tapley contributed 21 points, and Sarah Phelps had 11 for the Trojans.Hermon’s Alessa Oakes and Shelby Caron led the Hawks with 11 points apiece.MDI (13-0) will host Caribou (1-11) on Friday.John Bapst 57, Ellsworth 45At the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, John Bapst went on a 20-2 run after falling behind 8-3 to start the game en route to victory over Ellsworth on Friday.Hailee Langley led the Eagles with 15 points, and Madison Card added 13.Crystal Bell scored a game-high 21 points for John Bapst.Central 46, Bucksport 24At Bucksport, Brianna Skofield led all scorers with 16 points to propel Central to the Thursday night win over Bucksport.Emily Hunt led the Golden Bucks with 10 points.Bucksport (1-11) will play at DI-S (4-9) on Friday.Orono 39, GSA 32After ending the third quarter tied at 25-25, the Red Riots pulled away in the final period en route to their Thursday night home win over GSA.GSA’s Megan Dauk led all scorers with 21 points.Junior point guard Hannah Clement led Orono with 14 points.Calais 57, Sumner 40At East Sullivan, Madison McVicar paced Calais with 22 points en route to the win over Sumner on Wednesday.Savana Turner led Sumner with 12 points.Ellsworth 60, Old Town 36At Ellsworth, Madison Card connected for a game-high 17 points to pace the Eagles to victory over Old Town on Wednesday.Emily Berry netted 14 points while Samantha Mason and Hailee Langley added 11 and 10 points for the Eagles.Kayla Madden led Old Town with 11 points, and Lauren Martin added 10.center_img Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016last_img read more