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.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse closed out the indoor regular season strong, as it racked up four individual wins at the Marc Deneault Invitational. Eunice Boateng won the women’s 60-meter dash, finishing with a time of 7.64 seconds. Aviana Goode also won the high jump with a peak height of 1.71 meters. The Orange also had two runners finish in the top-five in the women’s mile. Kelsey Potts (5:17.30) and Ryley Higgins (5:17.48) finished third and fifth, respectively. In the women’s 3000-meter dash, Emma Wilson finished third with a time of 10:12.77. On the men’s side, standout performances came in the mile and 60-meter hurdles. In the mile, Joseph Eovaldi (4:24.09) finished first, while Josh Flannery (4:25.65) placed fourth. Richard Floyd won the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.99 seconds, while Andrew Aguilera (8.22) finished second. In the men’s 60-meter dash, Chris Tucker (6.92) and Chuka Soronnadi (7.18) placed second and fourth, respectively. Up next for SU is a trip to Virginia Tech for the ACC Championships, as The Orange will compete from Thursday through Saturday in Blacksburg. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on February 16, 2019 at 5:43 pm Contact Alex: email@example.com | @alexhamer8
Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Felix Annan has expressed his disappointment at not playing at the just ended FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey following his extended stay in Belgium for a trial session with Club Brugge.The 18 year old, who was expected to spend just two weeks, ended up staying for up a month which automatically cost him a place in Sellas Tetteh final squad for the tournament.Annan was second choice at the African Youth Championship where Ghana finished second.He revealed in an interview with Joy sports how hurting it was for him to watch the tournament on TV.“I can’t use the word regret but it was disappointing for me that I couldn’t go to the World Cup because of my trials in Belgium,” he told Joy sports“I thought I could go to Belgium and come back on time to join the team but because I had to stay for two more weeks there was nothing I could do so I missed and for me I was really disappointed considering the fact that I was with the team for the qualifiers and the African championship. “I was really looking forward to go but as you know at times certain decisions have to be taken.”The Black Satellites won bronze at the just ended FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey.