56 Watson Street, Camp Hill.Ms Gianniotis said she had noticed older people had lived in the area for about 60 to 70 years and were now moving on.“Young blood is moving in and it gives them an opportunity to live in an entry level home, or plan to do a full renovation,” she said.“Young families are looking to create their dream homes when they can afford it.”She said traditional homes in the area were Queenslanders.“Young buyers are willing to spend around $600,000 to $800,000 and it hasn’t surprised me. There’s still a lot of potential here and a lot of changes in the area will increase the value. The area hasn’t been maximised.” 56 Watson Street, Camp Hill was sold to a family that did a full raise and renovation.Camp Hill is experiencing a mighty rejuvenation with a change in the demographics of the residents in the suburb. Joanna Gianniotis, of Place – Bulimba, said older people were moving out and young families were moving in and renovating homes or building new ones. This had helped to raise the medium price in the past five years.“Young people are drawn to the area because of the easy access to the city,” she said. “There’s no bottlenecks, the streets are wide and the blocks are quite big, about 600sq m.”She sold a property at 56 Watson St, Camp Hill to a family that did a full raise and renovation.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202056 Watson Street, Camp Hill.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has disqualified Nigeria’s flag-bearers Enugu Rangers from this year’s CAF Confederation Cup, for featuring junior international goalkeeper Emmanuel Daniel in the competition.In a letter addressed to the NFF General Secretary, Musa Amadu, and dated 2nd July, CAF said it was basing its decision on “documents and letters sent by the club Shooting Stars and its Chairman”, which confirmed that “by the time the player was registered on December 24th, 2012, no agreement was found between Shooting Stars and Enugu Rangers for the player Daniel Emmanuel.”However, the League Management Company, in charge of Nigeria’s elitedivision, on Tuesday confirmed that player Emmanuel Daniel plays in the Glo Premier League with a valid license that recognises him as a player of Enugu Rangers.Also on Tuesday, Enugu Rangers, which prevailed 1-0 on aggregate over CS Sfaxien to reach the prestigious mini-league phase, and is the only Nigeria club left in contention for continental honours this year, immediately set in motion the process to appeal the decision.NFF General Secretary, Musa Amadu, said that the Nigeria Football Federation will give Rangers the full support in the appeal process.“We are absolutely shocked that an internal transfer matter between two clubs could snowball into a situation that will see a Nigerian club disqualified from continental competition. “We have seen the player’s contract. He signed a contract to play for Shooting Stars FC between January and December 2012, and at the expiration of his contract, duly signed for Enugu Rangers. The player did not start playing for Enugu Rangers until he secured his license from the LMC in April this year.“It is also on record that the player had featured for Enugu Rangers against clubs like Heartland FC and Sunshine Stars, and even against Shooting Stars in Enugu a couple of weeks ago, without any of the clubs protesting his eligibility.”Amadu added: “The NFF and LMC will afford Enugu Rangers total supportin this case and we are confident that the club will be re-instated in the competition.”
Thursday, Ellis said the most “devastating” aspect of the trade is the likelihood that he would never catch the three-time Cy Young Award winner again.Kershaw said that not throwing to Ellis won’t be easy for him, either.“The pitcher-catcher relationship is pretty one-sided,” Kershaw said. “We get all the credit and we take all the blame. The catcher’s just kind of there, and that’s the way it is. A.J. thrives at that. He prepares harder than anybody. He prepares harder than us for all of our individual starts or our bullpen roles. He does that for 12 different guys every single series, and he takes a lot of pride in it. “It’s not going to be easy not throwing to him, for sure.”Next up: Urias, TBA, MaedaThe Dodgers have used 14 different starting pitchers with more than a month remaining in the 2016 season. They might make it 15 on Sunday.Dodgers manager Dave Roberts announced that rookie left-hander Julio Urias will start Saturday against the Chicago Cubs and right-hander Kenta Maeda will start Monday in Colorado. That leaves Sunday’s start to be determined.One of the first 14 starters, right-hander Brock Stewart, was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City to serve as a possible long reliever Saturday. If he isn’t needed to relieve Urias, Stewart will have had seven days’ rest by Sunday, making him a potential spot starter.An intriguing alternative is Jose De Leon, perhaps the Dodgers’ top pitching prospect still in the minor leagues. The 24-year-old right-hander is 6-1 with a 2.86 earned-run average this season at Triple-A, and is scheduled to start Sunday’s game for Oklahoma City.Maeda was optioned to the Rookie-level Arizona League Dodgers, a procedural move that will allow him to start Monday’s game because the AZL season ends Sunday. The Dodgers also optioned catcher Shawn Zarraga to Oklahoma City on Friday.AlsoThe Dodgers had some fun with Vin Scully on their annual team photo day Friday. In addition to posing for a “serious” photo for the camera, everyone in the frame pulled out a face mask bearing Scully’s likeness. The Hall of Fame broadcaster, seated front and center, smiled and shrugged. … Andre Ethier is scheduled to play his second rehab game for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday. He is expected to DH. … Outfielder Trayce Thompson said he will meet with a team doctor either Monday or Tuesday. He hasn’t been allowed to take part in baseball activities since being diagnosed with multiple spinal fractures nearly a month ago. LOS ANGELES >> One day after his best friend was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw still couldn’t bring himself to contemplate the baseball logic behind A.J. Ellis’ absence.“I don’t really think of the corresponding moves, I just think about A.J. leaving,” he said.Kershaw also called the Dodgers’ latest trade a “tremendous subtraction.”Ellis, 35, was drafted by the Dodgers in 2003. He’d been catching Kershaw since the two were teammates at Double-A in 2007. Kershaw’s voice rippled with emotion as he praised the “servant’s heart” that made Ellis more valuable than his .194 batting average would indicate. The Dodgers’ highest-paid player wasn’t the only one in the clubhouse who spent Thursday afternoon mourning. Nor was he the only one Friday offering high praise for Carlos Ruiz, the veteran catcher who was acquired from the Phillies.“Carlos Ruiz comes highly recommended from a lot of different guys,” Kershaw said. “Cares. Loves the game. Chase (Utley, who was teammates with Ruiz in Philadelphia) loves him to death. So that tells you all you need to know right there.”Still, nothing about the trade hit Kershaw lightly. He left the stadium for a time Thursday to spend one last afternoon with Ellis as teammates. He didn’t address reporters until after throwing a 60-pitch bullpen session Friday afternoon. When he did, Kershaw’s thoughts were still raw.“He really brought, just that presence that not a lot of people have where you can get along with everybody,” Kershaw said of Ellis. “Really helped everybody’s careers. That’s something that’s not easily replaced.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error