Approval for townhouses gives buyers a choice

first_img46 Burlington Street, East Brisbane.The property, in one of Brisbane’s blue-chip suburbs, sold on September 5 for $990,000.The buyers have the choice to keep the property as it stands and land bank, transform the Queensland into a family home, or renovate the existing house and build a further two dwellings.“This was a rare opportunity to secure a sensational parcel of prime East Brisbane real estate enjoying great development potential,” Ms Roche said.The property is a short stroll to the iconic Gabba Cricket Ground, Churchie, bus transport, Mowbray Park City Cat Terminal, local parks and an array of restaurants, cafes and wine bars. 46 Burlington Street, East Brisbane.A four-bedroom, one-bathroom property at East Brisbane has sold for just shy of $1 million.Ray White – East Brisbane selling agent Madi Roche marketed the property at 46 Burlington St as being “ready to go with DA approval confirmed”.“Envisage three freehold dwellings on this 607sq m allotment (existing dwelling plus two townhouses),” she said in her realestate.com.au listing.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 2020“The approved plans will be available to all genuine buyers.”last_img read more

2 dead, 3 injured including officer in Coconut Creek shootout

first_imgSaturday morning, a shooting left two people dead and three people injured, including a police officer in Coconut Creek.The police officer and the other two injured remain at Broward Health North, according to officials.Police have confirmed a suspect is in custody.Police have not released further details about the shooting at this time.last_img