Huge Queensland home comes with tiny $35,000 price tag, and there are more like it

first_img Reno that needs to be seen to be believed And thus the $35,000 price tag, according to agents Felix and Peter Reitano of Felix Reitano Real Estate Ingham. Brisbane prices at bottom of cycle 14 Donald Street, Eromanga, Qld 4480This one’s on a double block 2,023sq m in size.Agent Dannielle Dunlop of Ruralco Property GDL Real Estate Dalby has it listed as being in a great location opposite the school. 24 Skinner Street, Ingham, is one of the bigger blocks in the area.“The number of bedrooms and bathrooms has been estimated,” was how they described it in the listing of 24 Skinner Street, Ingham.“Under instructions from Tony Miskiewicz and Robert Hutson as receivers appointed to certain property of Anthony Dotta Pty Ltd, the Property is offered for sale.”It’s expected to be sold “as is, where is”.It’s one of several listed in that price range across the Queensland market, located on large blocks.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago19-21 Eyre Street, Charleville, Qld 4470Further inland, at Charleville is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, double car garage house on a large 1,287sq m block.It was listed at $40,000 by Darryl Langton, sales manager of Landmark Queensland.center_img It does need some elbow grease.Located at 19-21 Eyre Street, the price tag speaks for itself, with the home needing some work. Keen buyers may be a bit late though with this one now under contract.Also at $40,000 is 14 Donald Street, Eromanga — a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, single car park property. 24 Skinner Street, Ingham, will need to be completed but at $35,000 is less than most home deposits.If size and price matter more to you than location than these properties starting at just $35,000 will blow your mind not your budget — though you must be willing to roll up your sleeves.The large 1,611sq m site was listed as a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, single-car park property — but the home breakdown is estimated because it’s an “uncompleted timber residence”. MORE: House that’s “as good as gold” It does have undercover parking.“Donga style home with veranda attached. Airconditioned,” was how it was described, and the vendors are pretty motivated to sell apparently and open to offers. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more

Foxes sign Schwarzer

first_img Schwarzer has made over 500 appearances in the Premier League for Middlesbrough, Fulham and the Chelsea, while he also played 109 times for Australia. “I feel really excited about the challenge. When I first arrived, got a great buzz and feel about Leicester,” Schwarzer told the club’s Twitter account. Schwarzer, who played both legs of Chelsea’s Champions League semi-final encounter with Atletico Madrid last season, could get the nod ahead of Ben Hamer for a starting place in Saturday’s Premier League match with Aston Villa. Schwarzer is likely to be joined at Leicester by Andrej Kramaric, who is expected to soon complete his move from Rijeka. The striker is at the Foxes putting the finishing touches to a deal after travelling to the city with the Croatian club’s assistant sporting director Ivan Mance. Press Association Sport understands Croatia international Kramaric is poised to sign a three-and-a-half year contract. Kramaric has scored two goals in four games for his country after starting his career with Dinamo Zagreb. Chelsea had been interested in the forward but they failed to agree terms with Rijeka after their initial offer. The 42-year-old has joined on a one and a half year deal and is likely to go straight into the team with regular number one with Kasper Schmeichel absent with a foot injury. Schwarzer was third choice at the Blues behind Thibaut Courtois and Petr Cech and had not played for the west London club this season. Leicester have announced the signing of veteran goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer from Chelsea on a free transfer. Schwarzer was keen to work with Nigel Pearson, whom he played with while at Middlesbrough in the 1990s. “Automatically, when I got here, I got a great buzz and feel about the club,” Schwarzer told the Leicester website before explaining why he chose to sign for the Foxes. “The opportunity to work with Nigel Pearson, who I played with back at Middlesbrough, and to be more involved and play more football. “At Chelsea I didn’t play a lot and the last six months has been the toughest part when I haven’t been involved at all at times. “The opportunity of playing some games is very enticing for me.” Press Associationlast_img read more