The home at 28 Joynt St, Hamilton.A BIG family home with an even bigger backyard in Hamilton has sold in just one week for $2.3 million.The renovated five-bedroom Queenslander on a 910sq m block at 28 Joynt St attracted many offers before selling to a local buyer.“Family homes on good-sized allotments are hot property at the moment and we can’t get enough of them,” selling agent Damon Warat of Ray White Ascot said.Mr Warat said the Ascot/Hamilton market was “very strong”, with properties over $2 million particularly sought-after.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The home at 28 Joynt St, Hamilton.“We have seen over $10 million of local real estate transact off market in the last month,” he said. The sprawling home has character features such as wide verandas, high ceilings and polished timber floors. Dual living areas and decks are spread over two levels.It also has a solar-heated pool and a wading pool with a water feature and an outdoor shower.The home’s location in the Ascot State School catchment was another strong selling point. Hamilton is 5km from Brisbane’s CBD and has a median house price of $1.1 million, according to CoreLogic.
Batesville 7th Grade team beat Milan 26 – 22 on Tuesday night.Seth Gausman led the Bulldogs with 11 points and 5 steals. Colt Meyer added 9 points, John Thompson and Jake Cruse 2 points and Drew Kiefer and Clay Grunkemeyer chipped in a point each.The 7th grade is now 8 – 3 on the season.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tony Gausman.The 8th Grade Bulldogs improved to 8-3 on the season with a win at Milan last night by a score of 41-29.Leading scorers were Trey Heidlage with 14 points, Sam Haskamp 10, Cooper Williams 7 and Lane Oesterling with 6.The Dogs improved their lead every quarter.Our next game is this Thursday at BMS against Franklin County.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Terry Giesting.
RelatedPosts Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen scored his first goal for the club since last month’s move from Tottenham Hotspur to set up a 2-0 win at Ludogorets Razgrad in the Europa League on Thursday. Manchester United were held 1-1 at Club Brugge and Getafe pulled off a surprise 2-0 home win over last year’s Champions League semi-finalists Ajax in other round-of-32, first-leg ties. Inter were frustrated by more than an hour by their Bulgarian opponents until Eriksen fired a low shot into the net from just outside the penalty area in the 71st minute. Romelu Lukaku sealed the win with a stoppage-time penalty, the Belgian striker’s 22nd goal of the season, after Anicet Andrianantenaina was judged to have handled following a VAR review. United were quickly in trouble in Belgium when Emmanuel Dennis lobbed the ball over Sergio Romero to give Brugge a 15th-minute lead. But Anthony Martial levelled in the 36th minute when he raced through to place a shot past Simon Mignolet. United, with new midfield signing Bruno Fernandes on the bench, struggled to create many chances, although conditions were difficult with heavy rain and a strong wind. Brazilian pair Deyverson and Kenedy scored in each half for Getafe against Ajax. Deyverson finished off a well-worked free kick to celebrate his European debut for the La Liga club with a goal after 38 minutes and Kenedy broke clear to add a second in the last minute. In other matches, Daichi Kamada scored a hat-trick to help Eintracht Frankfurt to a 4-1 win over coach Adi Huetter’s former club RB Salzburg. Viktor Kovalenko scored the winner as Shakhtar Donetsk beat Benfica 2-1 and Sporting defeated Istanbul Basaksehir 3-1. Youssef En-Nesyri equalised as Sevilla rescued a 1-1 draw at Cluj after Ciprian Deac had given the Romanians the lead with a penalty. Reuters/NAN.Tags: AjaxANthony MartialChristian EriksenEuropa LeagueInter MilanLudogorets RazgradManchester United
Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio BOSTON — Evan Graves, formerly of Bar Harbor and now residing in Caribou, pounded the pavement for nearly three and a half minutes less than he did last year at the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20. His place was the top finish for Mainers where he came in 32nd overall with a time of 2:26:11 versus last year’s time of 2:29:39.Bar Harbor native Evan Graves, now of Caribou, on his way to finishing 32nd overall at the Boston Marathon on Monday.—RICK CHALMERSMathew Frongillo of Bar Harbor was the fastest Mount Desert Island resident, cracking the top 100 with a 93rd-place finish. His time of 2:34:29 was roughly six and a half minutes faster than in last year’s Boston Marathon time.Nearly 25,000 runners participated in this year’s Boston Marathon.Gary Allen of the Cranberry Isles ran more than a minute faster than last year, when he crossed the line in 2:57:42 for 1036th place. His best time is a 2:54:20, which he ran in 2006.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textComing in with a time of 3:12:31, Tim Tunney of Ellsworth was about 11 minutes off his best time, 3:01:43, which he did in 2007.Running in his ninth consecutive Boston Marathon, James Newett of Ellsworth was two minutes faster than last year’s time, finishing in 3:20:23. His best time in the event is 3:01:54, which he ran in 2001.Stephen Whalen of Bernard finished his first Boston Marathon holding a pace of 8:23 per mile, ending up with a 3:39:116 as a finishing time.Also in his first Boston Marathon, Matt Homich of Ellsworth managed a time of 3:41:16 with a 8:27 minute per mile pace.The first female from Hancock County to finish was Mary Dudzik from Bar Harbor who was competing in her sixth Boston Marathon. She finished in 3,638th place in the women’s division with a time of 3:44:58. Her best time at Boston is a 3:41:08 in 2006.Ellsworth resident Michele Gagnon shattered her old personal record in the Boston Marathon, which she ran in 2008, by 21 minutes and 26 seconds. Her new best time is 3:49:01.Lou “The Snail” Ingrisano of Bar Harbor, a perennial crowd favorite, who finished his last Boston Marathon in 2006, came in with a time of 4:46:50. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015