63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auA CAR lover’s dream home that’s hit the market in Brisbane’s inner city can accommodate 11 vehicles and has its own workshop to tinker in. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe 1,012sq m property at 63 Fisher Street in East Brisbane is home to a sprawling Queenslander which has three bedrooms, a study and Airbnb-ready guest accommodation with its own entry, ensuite, kitchenette and patio. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“Number 63 is certainly a car lover’s dream. It’s every man’s dream,” he said. “It has a large workshop with hoist and lots of car accommodation so if you’re a car collector or working from home as a car collector, it’s very spacious.” 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“But,” Mr Campbell said, “this site already had a lot to offer.”The property, which is open for inspection from noon to 12.45pm Saturday March 18, was in a prime location, walking distance to 21 restaurants, Woolloongabba stadium, supermarkets and all the benefits of inner city living. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property also has rear access via Kingfisher Lane.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoReal estate agent Alan Campbell of One Agency Metro West, who is marketing the property with colleague Sue Barnes, said the owners had three properties in row on the market at the same time, one of which was already under contract. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auAccording to Mr Campbell there was also a development underway close by that was to include cinemas – “again you can walk there” and a dog park was 50 metres down the street.He said “all reasonable offers” would be considered. 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.au“A designer kitchen to die for with quality fixtures and fittings; a man cave perfect for the car collector with a hoist; or a home based business with mezzanine level for storage; a cute little studio for a teen retreat or an aspiring artist, and a self-contained guest room with a shady private patio perfect to let out on Airbnb. Something for everybody and when you want to gather together you have a choice of the spacious rear deck or two verandas to capture breezes and avoid the sun.” 63 Fisher Street East Brisbane Qld 4169. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property has a price guide of $1.8 million-plus and sits in an area zoned low-medium residential so it has development potential.
Press Association With Villa desperate for goals they attempted a late raid on the Reds to prise Lambert away, going so far as to agree terms on a two-and-a- half-year deal, only for the 33-year-old to deliver a late snub. Explaining his decision to the Liverpool Echo, Lambert said: “I got a phone call from the gaffer about 4pm (on deadline day) saying Aston Villa had come in. “He said he didn’t want me to go, but basically offered me the chance if I wanted to play football, which is fair enough. “I spoke to my agent, my wife, to Aston Villa and it was close. It was very close. It was touch and go. We agreed everything. “But in the end there just wasn’t enough time to say ‘yes’ – to make a decision in the space of four or five hours for the next two-and-a-half-years. Not just for me, but for my family as well. “It was something I just couldn’t do. It was too short notice. It was too big of a decision to make in the short amount of time I had.” Lambert concedes he did not want to leave Liverpool so soon after realising his dream of playing for the Merseyside club. “It was nothing negative towards Aston Villa, it’s a great club,” added Lambert. “I just didn’t think it was right for me to leave here just six months into my Liverpool career. I didn’t want to go. “It was something I would have probably looked back at a few years down the line and regretted if I had moved too early. “It’s hard sometimes when you aren’t playing, but I’m at the club I love. I’m not willing to give that up easily.” Since joining boyhood club Liverpool from Southampton last summer for £4million, the England international has struggled to make an impact. In 26 appearances in all competitions, with only 10 starts, Lambert has scored just three goals, one of which was against Villa in a 2-0 win last month. Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert has revealed he came “very close” to signing for Aston Villa on transfer-deadline day, only to pull out at the last minute as he refused to throw in the towel on his Reds career.