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first_imgBargain 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.last_img read more

first_img Tags: French Ligue 1 PSG’s Neymar is in scintilating form going into the weekendParis Saint Germain’s one hundred percent win record after eight rounds of French Ligue One action faces it’s sternest test yet when free-scoring Olympique Lyon visit Stade de France on Sunday night.Thomas Tuchel’s expensively assembled Parisians are averaging over three goals per game and on Wednesday underlined their title credentials by firing six past Red Star Belgrade in a Champions League rubber.Tuchel has an embarrassment of attacking options to choose from. The rapid development of fresh-faced trio of Thomas Weah, Christopher Nkunku and Mousa Diaby means his much feared front three are to come into this tie well rested.The world’s most expensive player, Neymar Junior, has bounced back from a poor World Cup showing to top the Ligue One scoring charts. The Brazilian’s vintage form was on display against 1991 European champions Red Star Belgrade against whom he netted a fabulous hat-trick.Uruguayan Edinson Cavani and teen sensation Kylian Mbappe Lottin, the other two-thirds of the dreaded attacking triumvirate have also been in top form. Both sit among Ligue One’s leading scorers.Even more intense focus will be on Leonardo Jardim’s 2017 champions Monaco, who go into their game with Rennes without a victory to write home about in seven outings.  Tuesday’s 3-0 Champions League reverse at Borussia Dortmund has Monaco fans wondering if the Portuguese gaffer hasn’t reached the end of his tether.Lyon are blowing hot and cold, interspersing memorable results like the 2-1 Champions League victory over Manchester City in the Champions League with setbacks like a home loss to Nice and draw with Nantes. But their own front men – Nabil Fekir, Bertrand Traore, Memphis Deepay and Patrick Dembele can destroy any defense on their day.Christophe Gautier’s high flying Lille are hoping the terrific form of Nicolas Pepe, Jonathan Ikone and Stephen Bamba can propel them past 1970s powerhouses Saint Etienne.Friday:-Toulouse v NiceSaturday:-Lille v Saint Etienne-Amiens v Dijon-Guingamp v Montpelier-Angers v Strasbourg-Nimes v ReimsSunday:-Bordeaux vs Nantes-Marseille v Caen-Monaco v Rennnes-Paris Saint Germain v Olympique LyonComments last_img read more