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AN “out of this world” $15 million Daintree lake house has been thrust into the national spotlight after featuring on Channel 7’s Better Homes and Gardens show.
Just over half a year on from being crowned the state’s best house at the 2014 Queensland Architecture Awards, the “stamp house” at Cape Tribulation hit the small screen as show hosts Johanna Griggs and Peter Colquhoun headed to the tropical Far North to ask “has it landed or was it built?”.
LITHGOW triathlete Emily Watts again shone, this time in Orange at the annual 100% Event Triathlon.
After a disappointing result in the Oceania Junior Triathlon in January Emily was looking to improve her ranking among NSW finest triathletes.
The tough Orange course suited Emily’s strengths and after a strong Christmas holiday training period she was keen for an improved result on last year at the same event.
The 100% Event attracted the State’s best with many Academy of Sport and NSW Development Squad Representatives.
The mortgagee sale of a three bedroom home in a quiet cul de sac had 11 registered bidders comprising of 50/50 split of first home buyers and investors.
"The bidding opened at $400,000 seeing seven parties taking part in the bidding," Rocky Bartolotto from Auction Services said.
It was sold to a couple with two children outbid the investors in the listing through Vince Labbozzetta at Raine & Horne Liverpool.
3 Huskisson Street, Prestons fetched $60,000 over reserve. The 1997 built brick home last sold in 2004 at $360,000.
Executives representing thousands of real estate offices have urged agents to unite and end their reliance on non-industry portals.
Nine senior real estate figures have appeared in anew video to promote industry-owned portal Squiiz.
The campaign features Belle Property, Century 21, Harcourts, LJ Hooker, PRDnationwide, Raine & Horne, Ray White, RE/MAX and independent network IRENE.
A RARE Yatala acreage which passed through at auction on Saturday is now on the market for $620,000.
The 5670sq m property at 8 Hoopla Hannah Court is in a cul-de-sac and includes a four-bedroom brick home with a wood heater and pool, as well as three sheds.
A separate driveway leads to one shed that comprises a double carport with room for a caravan, garage and workshop.
The lowset brick home features a formal living room and tiled open-plan area, with the main bedroom including a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
Raine and Horne general manager Glenn Grantham said the influx of 8000 Inpex workers to Darwin to work on the next phase of the project at Blaydin Point would push up Darwin property prices by as much as 5 per cent by the middle of this year – and rents by as much as 15 per cent.
“This is more than double the number of workers involved in the first phase at Blaydin Point and significantly, it will inflate Darwin’s population by 5 per cent in a matter of months,” Mr Grantham said.