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No neighbours and rolling hills for days — time to buy a rural retreat

first_imgThis land near Beaudesert, once earmarked for a proposed dam, is for sale.The three adjoining lifestyle blocks all front the Beaudesert-Nerang Road. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe properties are located about 60km from Southport and 70km from Brisbane.Ray White Rural Queensland sales agent Peter Douglas and Ray White Rural Beaudesert principal Ed Dalton have been appointed to manage the sale process.Mr Douglas said this was only the first stage of the open market sales program, with more properties to be offered to the market in future stages in the coming months.He expects the properties will attract strong interest from local buyers, with the lifestyle blocks likely to also appeal to interstate buyers. BARGAINS ‘TO BE HAD’ IN UNIT MARKET VIEWS AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE RENTAL CRISIS WORSE THAN EVER “The lifestyle blocks have really nice views, they’re just outside of Beaudesert and it’s attractive, rolling country,” Mr Douglas said.“Rather than offer the land as one large block where someone buys and splits it, (the state government is) offering it separately to give more people a chance to buy at a cheaper price point. “It’s very rare for that sort of thing to come up — especially on behalf of the government.”The properties will be open for inspections on Sundays. The auction will be held in Beaudesert at the Council Centre on Brisbane Road at 11am on June 7. This land near Beaudesert, once earmarked for a proposed dam, is for sale.NO noisy neighbours for miles and rolling hills for days … now’s your chance to buy a rural retreat a stone’s throw from the city.The Queensland government is selling about 2600ha of land originally bought to make way for a major dam, south of Brisbane, at 4071 Beaudesert-Nerang Rd, Tabragalba.The land, around Beaudesert, was bought between 1991 and 2005 for the proposed Glendower Dam, but studies found the project did not stack up financially. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The six properties to be auctioned are a combination of large agricultural holdings, residential houses and lifestyle properties.They include three blocks of vacant land, each around 50ha, a three-bedroom house on 1.2ha, a small farmhouse on 20ha with frontage to the Albert River and 193ha of prime river flats with irrigation licences, houses and sheds. last_img read more

Ramsey vows to fight on

first_img Press Association QPR boss Chris Ramsey admits it is a “concern” to hear other managers being linked with his job but has vowed to fight on at Loftus Road until told otherwise. Ramsey was appointed Harry Redknapp’s permanent successor in February but has failed to revive Rangers, who sit second bottom of the table after five consecutive defeats. Chairman Tony Fernandes is reportedly ready to turn to West Ham’s Sam Allardyce or Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe if QPR are relegated under Ramsey, whose contract expires at the end of the season. “If we can get four to six points from West Brom and Villa, that would be brilliant,” Ramsey said. “I think it’ll be very different to the past, it’ll need a low number of points (to stay up) this year. “We’re not thinking about that, as soon as we get our first win and start to get a bit of form, we’ll do well. “It hasn’t been going our way in front of goal at both ends and we need to take charge of that ourselves. “We haven’t had the bits of quality when it’s really counted. “This weekend we start again with a new challenge and a new mindset. Forty points? I’m hoping it’s going to be less.” “I think it (the speculation) is always a concern,” Ramsey said. “Looking at it from afar, from all the different managers, you always get that especially in the Premier League. “If you have a dodgy half, they’re talking about other managers. “Coming into this sport, I’ve seen this circus for years and I know when you come into it you’re going to have criticisms. “Some will think you’re doing the right thing and others won’t like you. “If there’s speculation about a new manager, I can’t take that on unless it becomes imminent and I’ve got to clear my locker. “It’s one of those things you expect in the toughest, biggest, most watched league in the world and I can’t control that sort of speculation.” QPR visit West Brom on Saturday and Aston Villa three days later in what appear to be two critical fixtures before a difficult run that includes consecutive games against Chelsea, West Ham, Liverpool and Manchester City. last_img read more