Outsiders discover appeal of location and views

first_img10 Rilatt Street, Wavell Heights.The property market in Wavell Heights is the strongest it has been in the last decade, says a local real estate agent.Place – Aspley selling agent Tristan Rowland said the area had truly gentrified with a mix of professionals.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“Medical workers, airport staff, and also tradesmen are realising how central the suburb is, plus the city views,” Mr Rowland said. “We have had huge success, breaking three suburb records in six weeks attracting non-local buyers.“10 Rilatt St was a Windsor buyer, 6 Warraba Ave was a Perth buyer and 283 Rode Rd ($1.245m) was a Sunnybank buyer.” The four-bedroom home at 6 Warraba sold for $1.11 million. 10 Rilatt Street, Wavell Heights.The three-bedroom property at 10 Rilatt St sold for $854,000, with many living spaces. Mr Rowland said the potential for city views was not a pipe dream.“We had professional pole photography taken at 7m (standard second-floor height) and the city views were spectacular, plus there are also glimpses of Stradbroke Island,” he said. “We are finding so many agents take a cookie-cutter approach to listings. No one except myself took the time to see if it was a possibility if this home could get city views if lifted down the track”.last_img read more

Women’s World Championship 2019: USA edges past Canada in group play

first_imgMulti-point efforts from Brianne Jenner, Sarah Nurse and Brigette Lacquette weren’t enough for Canada in its latest meeting with the United States.The Americans claimed a 3-2 group stage win over their closest rivals on Saturday at the 2019 Women’s World Championship, thanks to goals by Hilary Knight, Kendall Coyne Schofield and Annie Pankowski. It was another nail-biter between teams that have always played each other closely, with Pankowski’s second-period power play marker the difference. Not surprisingly, the game also featured frequent trips to the penalty box for both teams, with 13 penalties called in total (the U.S. held a 7-6 edge). What was a mild surprise was the presence of Emerance Maschmeyer in the Canadian net, with veteran Shannon Szabados given the day off after shutting out Switzerland on Thursday.Canada scores, schedule, how to live streamAnother USA vs CAN game that goes down to the wire. That’s why I call this the best rivalry in hockey. It’s always so damn tight.— Mike Murphy (@DigDeepBSB) April 6, 2019The result sees the U.S. move to the top of Group A with a perfect 2-0 record after two games. Canada falls to a tie with Finland for second place in the group at 1-1. MORE: 10 players to watch at the 2019 Women’s World ChampionshipAnnie Pankowski fires home an absolute rocket to put the Americans🇺🇸 ahead of the Canadians🇨🇦 3-2 at the 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship 🚀 pic.twitter.com/HmQGrDXIji— TSN (@TSN_Sports) April 6, 2019As is the norm when these teams meet, the game was hotly contested throughout. Each of the first two times the Americans scored, Canada answered in kind. Ultimately, it was the U.S. who came out on top, despite being outshot 33-30 by a Canadian team missing captain Marie-Philip Poulin.last_img read more