Forget luxury real estate, an affordable property was the one most potential buyers viewed in Queensland this week

first_img165 Laurel Ave, Chelmer.It has four bedrooms, and six bathrooms and is a contemporary home on the river.The four-level home has all the high tech bells and whistles. It has a large home office and library which has been set up as a “designated business space’’ separate from the home. 7 Kenrose St, Carina. Picture: realestate.com.auDownstairs are three bedrooms, an open plan second kitchen and living room. There is a bathroom and a laundry and utility room plus a covered patio. 4 Millicent St. Shailer Park. Picture: realestate.com.auThe house, which is listed through the Mark Coleman Team at RE/MAX Territory – Shailer Park has an asking price in the high $500,000s.The four-bedroom home has been updated and has blackbutt timber flooring. 7 Kenrose St, Carina. Picture: realestate.com.auUpstairs are polished hard wood floors and plantation shutters. The living and dining area are open plan and there is a front balcony.A home at 1 Gearside St, Everton Park seeking offers of more than $475,000 rounded out top five listings this week. 4 Millicent St, Shailer Park. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is a bar within the living area and the kitchen has gloss acrylic cabinetry, Caesarstone benchtops and an induction cooktop.Carina was home to the fourth most popular listing this week with a five-bedroom house at 7 Kenrose St. It is listed for $785,000 through Tony Ugrinic of @Realty – Carina.The dual-living home is on 706 sq m. 1 Gearside St, Everton Park. Picture: realestate.com.auThe home, listed through Liam Mahony at Coronis – Arana Hills, has a very large outdoor living area.center_img 20 Joachim St, Holland Park West. Picture: realestate.com.auFORGET luxury real estate this affordable property was the one most potential buyers viewed in Queensland this week.The four-bedroom home at 20 Joachim St, Holland Park West was the most viewed property on realestate.com.au in Queensland this week.The house is listed for buyers in the mid $600,000s through Dianne Deem of Ray White Eight Mile Plains. 20 Joachim St, Holland Park West. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is described as a good entry level investment in the suburb.The two-storey house overlooks parklands and is close to public transport.It has polished hardwood floors, a renovated kitchen with a dishwasher and four bedrooms upstairs. Downstairs is a second bathroom and the potential to create a living area.It was back to the luxury market for the second most popular this week, a home in blue chip Chelmer at 165 Laurel Ave.The home, is listed through Hannah Dodds of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Paddington. 1 Gearside St, Everton Park. Picture: realestate.com.auThe post war home has three bedrooms, polished timber floors and an updated kitchen and dining area with a gas cook top and range hood. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours ago165 Laurel Ave, Chelmer.Inside the home are floating timber stairs which lead up to the main living areas.Open plan living areas lead out to outdoor terraces with a heated lap pool, spa and poolside barbecue kitchen.A home at 4 Millicent St, Shailer Park was popular with prospective buyers this week coming in third on the list of most viewed homes.last_img read more

Solskjaer says ‘smiles back on Man Utd faces’ ahead of derby

first_imgManchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says smiles are back on the faces of his Manchester United players after their victory against Tottenham as he prepares to take on defending champions Manchester City.United ruined Jose Mourinho’s Old Trafford return on Wednesday, winning 2-1 to end their former manager’s perfect start to his reign at Spurs.They are sixth in the table, still eight points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea, but Solskjaer said the win was a shot in the arm for his team after two disappointing draws.“Confidence is a strange thing in football,” he said at his pre-match press conference on Friday. “You can get performances and results like Wednesday night and it boosts it so much.“And I know our boys will be up for it, energy-wise they should be fine, 24 hours less recovery time shouldn’t matter (City played on Tuesday), go on adrenaline. I expect them to have had a good night’s sleep and the smiles are back on faces.”The Norwegian described City as “arguably the best team in England” even though they trail Premier League leaders Liverpool by 11 points.“I said it before (Spurs) that this is a chance for everyone. It was doom and gloom, but it’s a chance to turn that doubt into belief and, for us, if we can manage to get another performance the confidence, the way we played against Tottenham, if we can do that at the Etihad we can come out of it with a result.“People say ‘why do you not have better results in other games?’. But the Premier League is hard.“No matter who you play, it’s margins, I think it’s a compliment to the league. You’ve got City, Liverpool, Leicester consistent, but the other games are really tight.”– In-form Rashford – One man playing at the top of his game is forward Marcus Rashford, who has scored 12 goals in his past 13 games for club and country.“He’s consistently now scoring, but it’s not like four in one and two or three without,” said Solskjaer.“It’s not just in spurts, but he’s consistently getting chances, into better positions, and on Wednesday night he was unbelievable and hope to see that again.”Solskjaer moved to Old Trafford in 1996, just after City had been relegated to the second tier of English football.And it was not until 2001 that the Norwegian faced them in a 1-1 home draw.“At least we play every year now,” he said about his derby memories. “Took many years before I played a Manchester derby myself, it’s changed in a way.“Man City are a better team now than when I was playing. Football has changed quite a lot, was allowed a few more proper tackles.“With every little angle everything is being scrutinised now. It’s more of a technical, tactical game than physical or mental. A derby should be played as a derby. We don’t play basketball and we’re ready if that happens.“Manchester derbies are always special games, but you can’t say it matters more. For the fans, of course. We’re up for it.”Paul Pogba will be absent again following his ankle injury but Anthony Martial returns to the squad.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more