This modern Kallangur townhouse was great vaule for money

first_img37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurShe said one and two-bedroom townhouses and units in the area were ideal for buyers with a low budget.“It’s not everyone’s cup of tea because of the size (but) they’re a good little investment as well,” Mrs Burke said.She said it was rare that they sold for less than $300,000 but there were still bargains to be found like the Duffield Rd property.According to the latest CoreLogic market trends data, the median sale price for an apartment in Kallangur was $290,000. 37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurA MODERN one-bedroom townhouse in Kallangur has sold for $180,000.David Deane Real Estate sales consultant Lee-Ann Burke said smaller properties were often difficult to sell but the one at 37/34 Duffield Rd was snapped up a month after being listed on the market.It was the cheapest sale in the Moreton Realestate area within the past two weeks.Mrs Burke said it sold for such a low price because it was only a one-bedroom home.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019However, she said the location was ideal, with public transport and shops close by.“It’s a cracker location,” Mrs Burke said.last_img read more

Sulley Muntari wants retired Black Stars quartet back

first_imgBlack Stars midfielder Sulley Muntari has pleaded with temporary-retired international players Michael Essien, Kevin Prince Boateng, the Ayew brothers to return.The AC Milan star believes the Black Stars will be invincible when all four players rejoin the team.Chelsea’s Michael Essien asked not to be considered for the Nations Cup, while AC Milan’s Kevin Prince Boateng quit the Black Stars in 2011.Andre Ayew and his younger brother Jordan announced in February they had quit the Black Stars after they were left out of the Ghana team that went to the Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.“Prince is one amazing player I have played with, he is a good guy as well and we would love to have him back because we know what exactly he can give and not only him,” Muntari said.“I will also plead with Michael Essien, Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew to join us because they are very good players and important to us. “If we get these players back definitely no one can compete with us so I will use this opportunity to plead with them to probably change their mind and join us soon.”Muntari has been preparing with the Black Stars team in Accra ahead of nex week’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Sudan and Lesotho.last_img read more