Huge pink house up grabs

first_img6 Pring St, Hendra is going to auction tomorrow at 9amA huge six bedroom home in the heart of Hendra is expected to sell at auction tomorrow.Ray White Ascot sales agent Alexander Shean said there’s been plenty of interest in 6 Pring St ahead of its 9am on-site auction to be called by auctioneer Philip Parker.“The options are limitless for this original post-war home,” Mr Shean said. “You could completely remove and build new, or move in and start planning your own unique renovation.”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 investor8 hours ago6 Pring St, HendraHe said the house was two flats at one point, hence why it’s got six bedrooms.Owners Mark and Rhiannon Shillington bought the property in 2011 but didn’t move in with their three young children until early 2012. “The house is set up so that there is a main house in which we lived, with an attached granny flat at the back of the house,” Dr Shillington said. “We used that space as a spare room for guests, and had a study and playroom.“The house was perfect in many ways for when our children were very little but the main thing we loved about living there was the location.”It’s a short walk to local cafes, schools, bus stops and the train station.The Shillingtons have moved on after they found a home which was perfect for their family, just around the corner.last_img read more

Girls Area Basketball Sectional Scores (2-5)

first_imgGirls Area Basketball Sectional Scores Wednesday  (2-5)Class 1A-Sectional 60 @ WaldronOldenburg  62     Hauser  50Waldron  46     Southwestern  30    Class 3A-Sectional 29 @ South DearbornGreensburg  58     Rushville  50South Dearborn  39     Franklin County  37   (OT)last_img

[VIDEO] Watch the reaction of Messi’s son after his father scooped 6th Ballon d’Or award

first_imgLionel Messi’s son, Meteo, went viral for his reaction to seeing his father collect his sixth Ballon d’Or award.While Messi was on the podium to receive his award, four-year-old Mateo, was seen smiling and laughing on camera, bouncing up and down while his older brother, Tiago, sat virtually motionless in admiration of his father.Messi’s son was too hype ❤️(via @francefootball) pic.twitter.com/KbJJDtdK4b— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 2, 2019The Barcelona and Argentine forward scooped his sixth Ballon d’Or award beating Virgil Van Dijk and longstanding rival, Cristiano Ronaldo.It was the 32-year-old’s first since 2015 and had been stuck on five with Juventus star, Ronaldo.Virgil van Dijk was second – one of four Liverpool players in the top seven, including Sadio Mane in fourth.Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, who has won the award five times, was third in the voting.last_img read more