Interest in this family-friendly suburb is proving extremely popular

first_img5 Larool Street, Kenmore.He said interest in the property had been high because there was a shortage of stock in that price bracket. 5 Larool Street, Kenmore.A two-storey property in this Brisbane suburb, listed for less than $750,000, had buyers keen on the three-bedroom home.The property at 5 Larool St, Kenmore, was listed for sale with a price guide between $690,000 to $740,000. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here. 5 Larool Street, Kenmore.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoMcGrath Estate Agents – Paddington selling agent Reuben Packer-Hill said he accepted seven offers on the property yesterday, which is now under contract above the price guide.“We had 37 buyer views in three days. We’ve had a huge amount of interest from young families,” Mr Packer-Hill said. 5 Larool Street, Kenmore. 5 Larool Street, Kenmore.Mr Packer-Hill said the drawcard to the property was the renovated kitchen, and architecturally designed renovations throughout. “The home has a stunning new ensuite with a glass roofed shower,” he said.The home is on a 599sq m block in a quiet, family-friendly cul-de-sac.last_img read more

Football News World Cup winner Mesut Ozil announces retirement citing ‘racism’

first_imgNew Delhi: 2014 FIFA World Cup winner for Germany, Mesut Ozil on Sunday announced his retirement from international football following a media outrage and much criticism for having his photograph taken with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.Ozil took to Twitter and released an official statement defending his stance over the photograph of him with Turkish President.”My job is a football player and not a politician, and our meeting was not an endorsement of any policies,” Ozil said in the official statement.Few hours following his statement over the controversial photograph, Ozil said that the treatment he has received from DFB (German Football Association), media, pundits and others “makes me no longer want to wear the German national team shirt.””I feel unwanted and think what I have achieved since my international debut in 2009 has been forgotten.”People with racially discriminative backgrounds should not be allowed to work in the largest football federation in the world that has players from dual-heritage families. Attitudes like theirs simply do not reflect the players they supposedly represent.”It is with a heavy heart and after much consideration that because of recent events, I will no longer be playing for Germany at international level whilst I have this feeling of racism and disrespect,” the Arsenal midfielder said.”I used to wear the German shirt with such pride and excitement, but now I don’t.””This decision has been extremely difficult to make because I have always given everything for my teammates, the coaching staff and the good people of Germany. But when high-ranking DFB officials treat me as they did, disrespect my Turkish roots and selfishly turn me into political propaganda, then enough is enough.”That is not why I play football, and I will not sit back and do nothing about it. Racism should never, ever be accepted,” Ozil added.The former Real Madrid man was part of the team that crashed out of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in the group stage, marking their worst World Cup performance since 1938.Mesut Ozil was an integral part of the German 2014 World Cup winning squad. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more