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first_img <<>> With a high concentration of units, Jan Jones Clontarf real estate agent Rachele Jones said it was refreshing to offer a house for sale in this price bracket.“I wish there were more of them because we have more buyers for them,’’ Ms Jones said.Jan Jones Real Estate welcomed 20 groups through the two bedroom, one bathroom house at 53 McLennan St, with two offers being received.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019 FIND MORE HOUSES FOR SALE IN WOODY POINT This 1960 Woody Point house at 53 McLennan St has just sold for $411,000. In 2002 it sold for $118,000.WOODY Point has been a solid performer in the $400,000-plus price bracket, according to recent house sales data from CoreLogic.The houses at 1 Westbrook St, 53 McLennan St, and 18 Bell St all sold for below the Woody Point median house price of $460,000.center_img “Woody Point is family-friendly, it has that proximity to the water, the Belvedere Hotel, and easy access to the bridge for those needing to commute,”she said.Median house prices in the suburb have increased 4.6 per cent in 12 months, Real Estate Institute of Queensland figures show. The separate studio sits behind 53 McLennan St, Woody Point, and behind that is the shed.The house, built in 1960, had been renovated in the last 16 years, and included a backyard shed and separate studio with a pergola.It was purchased by a local owner-occupier for $411,000. last_img read more

first_img… Watkins outstanding with bat, ball in Malteenoes’ winDOMINANT bowling performances from Qumar Torrington and Daniel Mootoo spurred home team, Demerara Cricket Club (DCC), to a 10-wicket victory against Sophia when action in the NBS Second Division 40-over competition continued yesterday at the Queenstown ground.Meanwhile Marcus Watkins did it at both ends to lead home-team Malteenoes Sports Club to a convincing victory against the Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) Cricket Club.At DCC, former West Indies Under-16 fast bowler Torrington made light of an undermanned Sophia team. Batting first, the visitors were overwhelmed by the home team’s bowlers.Torrington, who did the damage early, captured 3-14 from four overs, while left-arm spinner Daniel Mootoo was able to undermine the middle and lower orders to finish with 3-8 from 3.2 overs.Marcus Watkins took a five-wicket haul, after scoring a half-century for Malteenoes.In reply, the home team’s junior players Shamar Yearwood and Brandon Jaikaran were able to overhaul the target in quick-time. Yearwood who scored his maiden century last week in a two-day cricket match, finished with 25 (1×4 2×6) not out, while Jaikaran finished with 16 (2×4) unbeaten runs.At the Malteenoes Sports Club ground, the home team romped to a 113-run victory after 32-year-old Marcus Watkins struck a half-century before picking up a five-wicket haul with his off-spin bowling.GYO won the toss and opted to bowl, but Shemroy Barrington was in an ultra-aggressive mood.The opener belted four sixes and three of his four boundaries early to send home team racing to 48 without loss at the end of over number two, but GYO were able to stem the runs flow.When Barrington fell for 52 via run-out, skipper Nichosie Barker 35 (3×4, 3×6), Jeremiah Scott 45 (5×4, 3×6) and Watkins 63 (5×4, 4×6) all batted with a high strike rate to set up a big finish. GYO again responded, this time by destroying the tail, which left the home side at 248 all out in 34.4 overs.Skipper Divesh Ramjattan who did his damage late, finished with 3-24 from 2.4 overs, while left arm spinner Trevon France took 2-27.In reply, France led the side with an entertaining 37 (5×4, 1×6). Batting at number seven, he and Rohan Sukhnandan (two runs) were able to put on 40 runs for the last wicket before they were dismissed for 135 from 28.3 overs.Michael Deonarine and Joshua Ramsammy supported with 20 each, but both succumbed to the spin of Watkins, who finished with 5-32 from eight overs.last_img read more