Stunning renovated Queenslander to go under the hammer

first_imgThe home at 66 Gordon St, Gordon Park is going under the hammer.This northeast facing Queenslander with two-street access has been beautifully renovated. The home at 66 Gordon St, Gordon Park is spread across two levels and has VJ walls, breezeways, timber floorboards and high ornate ceilings.The master bedroom with ensuite and dressing room is on the ground floor, along with the laundry, storage space and bedrooms two and three. The second bedroom has a built-in robe and bedroom three opens to a terrace.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Internal stairs lead to the open plan living, dining and kitchen area, which opens to the 43sqm deck with glass sliding doors, speakers and barbecue nook.The kitchen has a four-burner has stove, island bench and plenty of bench and cupboard space.Also on this level is a light-filled library off the dining room, two bedrooms, a modern bathroom and a second covered deck.The home has a double carport, a storage shed, water tank and security alarm.The Gordon St property is being marketed by Ian Cuneo and Andrew Flanagan from Ray White Ascot.The home will go under the hammer on May 13 at 11am.last_img read more

MLB trade rumors: Yankees’ Miguel Andujar intrigues AL West club

first_imgAndujar, 24, established himself as an offensive threat in 2018 with 27 home runs and a 130 wRC+ in 149 games. His defense is his primary liability: He recorded minus-25 defensive runs saved in ’18.He was limited to 12 games in 2019 with the injury. Andujar’s absence cleared the way for Gio Urshela, a vastly superior fielder, to have a breakout season at the plate (21 home runs, 132 wRC+) in his Age 27 season.Texas isn’t limiting itself to the trade market as it tries to fill a need at the hot corner. Sullivan noted that the Rangers are also interested in signing free agents Anthony Rendon and Josh Donaldson, but Rendon might prove too expensive and an Andujar trade would allow them to use some of that money to address other roster needs. The Yankees find themselves with depth at third base this offseason. They reportedly have an interested party if they want to deal some of it.MLB.com’s T.R. Sullivan reported Sunday that the Rangers are “intrigued” by possibly trading for Miguel Andujar, who missed most of last season with a shoulder injury that required surgery. Sullivan added that the Yankees “would expect much in a trade” but offered no specifics. He speculated that a relief pitcher could be part of the return. ANALYSIS: Evaluating recent moves by Rangers, other clubslast_img read more