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first_imgThis was the first time for the home to go to market. 1 Ellerdale Street, Aspley Qld 4034. Picture: realestate.com.au.A BRISBANE buyer has landed an absolute bargain in the high demand middle ring, scoring a three-bedroom house for significantly less than suburb median.A house at 1 Ellerdale Street, Aspley, which was marketed by Purple Bricks, sold for $470,000 which was a whopping $85,750 below the areas’s median for three bedders.It was the first time that the three bedder had ever been offered to market, according to the listing, having been a “much loved family home for the past 50 years”. SECURITY: Home break-in warning issued for holiday season RENOVATOR: 117-year-old fixer-upper sold for $1m below median price It was a family home for 50 years.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day ago Dream reno project. Image what an update could do here.Renovated homes in the area have fetched upwards of $710,000, being close to Aspley Hypermarket and with Westfield Chermside a short drive away down Gympie Road.According to realestate.com.au listed results, the past month has seen three bedroom houses sell between the 1 Ellerdale St low of $470,000 to a high of $585,000.The closest another three bedder in the area has come to that low this month was 27 Vermont Street, Aspley, which was sold by Watt Realty for $492,500 at the start of the month. Other October three bedroom house sales results for Aspley include $555,000 for 37 Ironwood Street on October 18, and $585,000 for 5 Havering Street on October 2. Quite a retro kitchen. The backyard has a classic rotary clothesline.The most a three-bedroom house has sold for in Aspley was $1.6m for 6 Bundella Street in May this year, though most of that value was linked to the land being a large 2,694sq m elevated site.In May last year another three bedder at 35 Doynton Place also landed over $1m ($1.0775m) and that one was “an architectural masterpiece” with views of Moreton Island. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER on Twitter or Facebook FREE: Get The Courier-Mail ’s real estate news direct to your inboxlast_img read more

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has congratulated star opener Rohit Sharma who has been chosen for this year’s Khel Ratna Award, country’s highest sporting honour.Rohit has become just the fourth cricketer who will be conferred the prestigious award after Sachin Tendulkar (1997-98), MS Dhoni (2007) and Virat Kohli (2018). India’s limited-overs vice-captain had an outstanding 2019 where he scored 1,490 runs in ODIs at an average of 57.30, and also finished as the highest run-getter in the 2019 World Cup with five centuries in the tournament. He was also promoted as an opener in Test cricket where he made 556 runs in five matches. “Congratulations Rohit Sharma for being conferred with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, 2020, India’s highest sporting honour. He is only the fourth Indian cricketer to receive this award. We are proud of you, Hitman!” said BCCI in a tweet. “Congratulations on the being conferred with the prestigious #KhelRatnaAward partner! Proud of you bro,” said Shikhar Dhawan. “A record-breaking 5 centuries at the World Cup & a smashing debut as a Test opener. Highest sporting honour of India – Rohit Sharma is now a #RajivGandhiKhelRatna awardee,” tweeted his IPL franchise Mumbai Indians. Meanwhile, pacer Ishant Sharma and women’s team all-rounder Deepti Sharma have been chosen for the Arjuna Award. Ishant picked up 25 wickets in six Tests last year at an impressive average of 15.56. On the other hand, Deepti, who was part of the side that reached the Women’s T20 World Cup final in Australia, picked up 19 wickets in T20Is and 15 wickets in ODIs last year. “Congratulations to our senior most Test bowler Ishant Sharma for winning the prestigious Arjuna Award for 2020. Keep going, champ!” BCCI tweeted. In another tweet, BCCI wrote, “Congratulations to our all-rounder Deepti Sharma on being conferred upon with the prestigious Arjuna Award for 2020. May you continue soaring new heights.” Head coach Ravi Shastri tweeted: “Congratulations! The SHARMAAAAAS – Well done Ro for Khel Ratna and Ishi for Arjuna – Rohit Sharma, Ishant Sharma.” IANS Also Watch: Arjuna Award for Assam Boxer Lovlina Borgohainlast_img read more

first_imgAfter a month-long home stand, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team is ready to hit the road this weekend and take on the St. Cloud State Huskies at the National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn.Coming off an exciting 6-4 win last weekend over the Wayne State Warriors, the Badgers head back into WCHA play, hoping for the same success they had last Friday. Despite St. Cloud’s 4-8-0 record overall and a 3-7-0 record in conference play, Wisconsin believes it will still be a tough fight.“Every time we play St. Cloud they’re a really good team,” UW senior forward Kyla Sanders said. “We always come really close so we’ve just got to out battle them.”The Badgers are still having a tough time dominating inferior opponents, but they feel they are making progress. Still hoping to break this trend, they know they cannot treat the Huskies as if they are an inferior team. In fact, they have to treat them as if they were far better than their record gives them credit for.“We’re going to treat them like any other team and just [going to] play as if they were the top team in the nation,” UW junior forward Mallory Deluce said. “We don’t take anyone lightly. We’re going to come out really hard especially on Friday and see how it goes.”While the team is not worried about being on the road, the Badgers are preparing for the larger ice surface in the National Hockey Center. While they’ll have more space to move the puck around, they also need to be more aware of each other on the ice.Interim head coach Tracey DeKeyser believes her team will be able to handle the more spacious rink and has been preparing them for it all week. But she is also looking forward to being on the road so they can put all their focus on the game, rather than having the distractions academics can create throughout the day.“The hockey surface is going to be very different than anything we’ve seen so far. It’s the biggest ice surface in the WCHA,” DeKeyser said. “We’re trying to prepare and do drills that kind of mimic that type of space we’re going to have in front of us. It’d just be great to get on the road because we’ll be able to focus on just the task on hand.”Heading into the series, Wisconsin is not the only team coming off an exciting win last week.St. Cloud rebounded after a 1-0 loss to Bemidji State to top the Beavers 5-2 in the final game of the series. In the thrilling win for the Huskies, senior forward Holly Roberts scored a hat trick and was named the WCHA’s Offensive Player of the Week.With Roberts in the lead, the Huskies are certain to put up a tough fight.UW senior forward Jasmine Giles anticipates hard work and strong effort from the Huskies and knows the Badgers have to out fight them in order to dominate the series.“[We expect] just hard work. They’re not the most skilled team but they come out really hard, 110 percent,” Giles said. “We’ve got to expect hard work from them and we’ve got to come back with the same amount of effort.”DeKeyser also expects a tough fight based on what she’s seen from St. Cloud State in film throughout the season, but hopes Wisconsin’s newly rejuvenated lineup and the progress the team has seen recently can help the Badgers come out on top.“In watching video of [St. Cloud State] throughout the season against other WCHA opponents, they’re a very fast, speedy group,” DeKeyser said. “They work hard. They’re opportunistic and we’re just hoping to capitalize on the growth and progress of our team and just having people back in the lineup. It’s going to be a battle.”last_img read more