This acreage property at 12 Sovereign Way, Samford Valley, has sold for $2.05m.An acreage lifestyle property in Samford Valley has also sold for a large sum.The five-bedroom home on 9000 sqm at 12 Sovereign Way sold for $2.05 million through Brett Crompton and Angela Galvin of Ray White Samford.Records show it last sold for $1.75 million in 2009. Tony and Mary Ann Beresford-Smith at their home, which has sold for $1.63m. Pic: Mark Calleja.And in another big sale, a four-bedroom double-brick home on 1214 sqm in Indooroopilly has fetched $1.5 million. Lenders slash home loan rates Competition heats up for cottage Home slashed for half a million This property at 12 Sovereign Way, Samford Valley, has sold.The sale of a four-bedroom home on a quarter acre block at 33 Goodwood St, Hendra, has been finalised for $1.63 million.The property, marketed by Leigh Kortlang of Ray White Ascot, had been held by the same owners for more than 30 years. This home at 11 Czar St, Hamilton, has sold for $2.58 million.A FIVE-BEDROOM beauty on Hamilton Hill has fetched the highest price for a home in Queensland in the past week, according to property research firm CoreLogic.The big, triple gabled family home on 607 sqm at 11 Czar St, Hamilton, sold for $2.58 million at auction at the weekend.It’s one of only six residences in the street and was designed by architect Derek Trebilcock and interior designer Mary Durack. The living room at 11 Czar St, Hamilton. Picture: realestate.com.au.The second biggest sale in the state in the past week, according to CoreLogic, was a three-bedroom, waterfront home on the Gold Coast.The property at 3106 Riverleigh Dr, Hope Island, sold for $2.26 million.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoThe Mediterranean-style house is sprawled across a 1611 sqm block of north facing land on the water in Hope Island Resort. This home at 11 Czar St, Hamilton, has sold for $2.58m. Picture: realestate.com.au.The property was marketed by Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm, who said family homes of that size and quality were rarely available.Features include a gourmet marble kitchen and butler’s pantry, commercial grade cold room, marble-encased gas fireplace, solar heated pool and climate-controlled wine cellar.Character has been retained in the restoration of the 1930s home with VJ walls, high ceilings, polished American oak flooring and custom joinery. This home at 23 Goldieslie Rd, Indooroopilly, has sold for $1.5m. Picture; realestate.com.auThe property at 23 Goldieslie Rd was sold by Alex Jordan of McGrath Estate Agents Paddington.The elegant home is perched above native brush and only a short walk to schools, transport and Indooroopilly shopping centre. This home at 23 Goldieslie Road, Indooroopilly, has sold.
Switzerland defender Johan Djourou would be open to a permanent move from Arsenal to Hamburg in the summer. “I know the coach, I love the club, I love the city. HSV (Hamburg) is incredible,” Djourou said in German newspaper Bild. “The club has so much potential. We have to go way up. “The fans are great. The mood is different than in England. If all goes well and the club also want to, I would stay.” The 27-year-old first moved to the Bundesliga side on loan in January 2013, with the deal extended for this season. Djourou, who came through the Arsenal youth system, would be keen to stay on. Press Association
Rickie Lambert is set for a medical with West Bromwich Alboin after Liverpool accepted a bid for the 33-year-old.talkSPORT understands the offer is just under £3million and the England international will now travel to the Midlands to complete the deal.The Reds were listening to offers for the Merseyside-born forward after he was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Brendan Rodgers after just one season at the club.Lambert’s £4m arrival from Southampton last summer was touted as a dream return for a player rejected by the club’s academy.However – despite making 36 appearances, with most of those as a substitute – he struggled to get a run in the side, even with main striker Daniel Sturridge injured.He scored just three goals, two of those in back-to-back Premier League matches in November when he was given a chance to start, but never really looked like a long-term option.But Baggies boss Tony Pulis is keen on a cut-price deal for the frontman, with the Baggies boss publicly revealing his admiration for Lambert earlier this week.“I think it is very important we get players who score goals and Rickie has a great goalscoring record,” he said.“From what I can gather from people at Liverpool, his fitness levels are very good and he is desperate to play football.“He didn’t play last year so it would be like bringing a brand new car out of the garage if you did sign him, just putting a bit of petrol in him and letting him run.” 1 Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert