Bargain of the Week is in Harristown, ToowoombaMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoHarristown has a population of 8,491, sitting only four kilometres south west of the Toowoomba CBD.Officially named in 1981, believed to be in honour of a Brisbane businessman, George Harris, the estate first opened in 1902 with the local school starting in 1911.If a life in the ranges sounds appealing, then Harristown might just be the suburb for you.Here are three more homes on the market for under $250,000. 35 Justin Street is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom beauty on the market for $249,000 with updates already started.Sitting on a generous fully fenced 642sq m block the home is open for inspection tomorrow from 9:30am to 10am.If low maintenance townhouse living appeals then 2/1 Zimmerle Street might be more your style.The two-bedroom, two-toilet, air-conditioned home has reasonable body corporate fees, is within walking distance to local shops and is on the market for offers over $249,900.Or maybe you would prefer a three-bedroom unit for $239,000 at 5/343 West Street.The unit is at the rear of the complex for added privacy and boasts a roomy kitchen with breakfast bar and views of the yard. This week’s Bargain Buy is in Harristown, Toowoomba where this three-bedroom home sold for $249,000.PICTURESQUE Toowoomba is hiding some bargain buys with three-bedroom homes for under $250,000, brilliant for the first-home buyer or investor.This home at 11 Talbot Street in Harristown sold on Monday for $249,000, only a short stroll from the local school.Close to shops and parks the original family home with tandem carport, set on 506sq m is in a suburb where the median three-bedroom house price is $309,000, renting for $295.
Train said the approved resolution isscheduled for deliberation and approval also by the provincial board duringtheir regular session on Thursday. “I do hope that other provinces in Western Visayas will also help Mindanao,” says Gov. Rhodora Cadiao of Antique. SAN JOSE Antique – Gov. Rhodora Cadiao, who chairs the Regional DevelopmentCouncil in Western Visayas, has appealed to other provinces in the region toextend aid to communities in Mindanao still reeling from the impact of recent earthquakes. She noted that North Cotabato helpedAntique during the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013, and the provincethis time is extending the same assistance. The governor said that it is niceprovinces in the country are helping one another whenever there are calamities. “I do hope that by next week thefinancial assistance could already be given to the provincial government ofNorth Cotabato,” he said. (With a report from PNA/PN) “I do hope that other provinces inWestern Visayas will also help Mindanao,” Cadiao said on Wednesday, adding thatthe provincial government here has approved a P1-million financial assistanceto the quake victims. Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction andManagement (PDRRM) officer Broderick Train, said the PDRRM Council approved ResolutionNumber 11 extending financial assistance for North Cotabato considering that itgravely suffered from the earthquakes that jolted the place last October. “The P1-million financial assistancewill be sourced out from the PDRRM’s fund,” he noted.