Inner-city beauty attracts interest and intrigue

first_imgInside 18 Gatling Rd, Cannon Hill“Buyers see it as a desirable suburb because it’s close to the city, local schools and amenities.“It also that Bulimba lifestyle, without the hefty price tag.“Cannon Hill offers quality family homes at affordable prices.”Ms Fechner said this was a good indication of the market in the area. “The area will continute to attract young families and couples wanting to buy,” she said. Inside 18 Gatling Rd, Cannon HillMs Fechner said the new owners were a young family local to the area. “We’re seeing a lot of young people wanting to buy in Cannon Hill,” she said. “It’s becoming increasingly popular. The home at 18 Gatling Rd, Cannon HillMarketing agent Rachel Fechner, who at the time was working for McGrath Real Estate, Bulimba and signed the contract, said 18 Gatling Rd, Cannon Hill attracted more than 100 online inquiries. “We had a good mix of first home buyers and families,” Ms Fechner said.“It’s a stylish, renovated home on a low maintenance block with nothing left to do but move in and enjoy.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agocenter_img 18 Gatling Rd, Cannon HillThis renovated home has sold for $865,000.last_img read more

Podcast: Would Markelle Fultz be a better fit for Lakers?

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Nearly every mock draft has Boston taking Washington freshman guard Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft, but the Lakers are doing their due diligence on Fultz on the off chance he’s available to them at No. 2.Mark Medina of the Southern California News Group welcomes Seattle Times columnist Matt Calkins to discuss what happens if Fultz falls past Boston, with audio from Fultz following his workout for the Lakers. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packerslast_img read more

Fundraisers set up to help local boy with cancer

first_imgFunding initiatives have been started to help 4-year-old Karsten, a boy who has been diagnosed with cancer, and his family.He has already has surgery to removed a tumor and one kidney – but CT scans have shown he has a tumor on his liver, which requires chemotherapy and radiation treatments.Down at Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver with his mother Alicia, they estimate it will be another 25 weeks at least before the two of them can come home – until March 2016.- Advertisement -Karsten has since been discharged into outpatient care – and is “doing as well as expected” – but his siblings and father Nik are still here in Fort St. John.Friends and family have come together to start a GoFundMe campaign to help Karsten – and the Fort St. John Bottle Depot has opted to direct money from all the recyclables collected in October towards a fund for the rest of the family to go to Vancouver and visit them for the Christmas holidays.Rita Schonewille with the Bottle Depot says she doesn’t personally know the family – but her daughter works at the pre-school Karsten attends and the mother-daughter duo has been helping the family out as much as possible.Advertisement “I just felt we needed to do something,” she said. “They’ve already spent so much money.”Schonewille said that people are encouraged to drop off any bottled they may have, or can volunteer at the bottle depot if they don’t have many bottled to donate.Donation jars are also at the depot for spare change.last_img read more