313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.A HISTORIC two-level brick home in Brisbane called Kildare has come on the market for the first time in 70 years.The 1,538sq m block at 313 Stanley Tce, Taringa, has a four bedroom, two bathroom, single garage home that contains original features including high ceilings, decorative cornices and brick walls.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.The current house, on the market for the first time since 1946, has multiple living areas and is surrounded by established gardens and plenty of greenery.Its first-floor entry leads into a carpeted interior with neutral tones and modern down lighting, along with traditional casement windows inviting natural light and breezes inside.Along one side of the level are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, one of which also has access to a rear balcony. A bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub services these bedrooms.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoCentrally located, an open-plan lounge and living space with a classic fireplace and an antique chandelier opens through glass sliding doors to two balconies with suburban views.To the front right of the house, the kitchen features classic timber cabinetry, multiple benchtops, a ceiling fan and serving window to the dining room.Downstairs houses a single garage and a laundry with external access, a bathroom, numerous storage areas and two multipurpose rooms.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.Agent Karen Simons of Place Graceville said the property on an elevated corner site offered the perfect balance of exclusivity, space and convenience that few others on the market could match.“Whether buyers decide to move into the existing home and enjoy the extra land, start from scratch with limitless creativity or add their own touch of luxury and style to Kildare, there’s no doubt this property is a rare find,” Simons said“For the astute buyer, developer or own occupier, the options here are truly endless — this impressive parcel of land could be yours, and all within a secure natural setting rarely found within the inner city area.”313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.Nearby amenities include Toowong Village and Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, with Mt Coot-tha Forest along with plenty of local restaurants, cafes, schools and other conveniences close at hand.Inspections are by appointment with an auction scheduled on site at 1pm on May 27.
West Ham United’s Sofiane Feghouli has vowed to stay in east London despite a difficult debut season in England.Many at the club labelled the signing of Feghouli a coup when the Algerian signed last summer. The 27-year old had established himself as a mainstay with Valencia in the six seasons he spent at the Mestalla.However, Feghouli struggled to make an impact with the Hammers and made only 11 league starts last season.”I have two years left at West Ham and as I said on social media, I see myself staying at West Ham,” he told RMC Sport.”I’ll start again on the 10th of July with the team. I mean it when I say it, but you don’t control everything in football. I’m not looking for a way out, not at all.”I’m going to go on holiday calmly and prepare myself for a great season. “I’m open for talks with the manager, but there aren’t any planned. Maybe the owner will tell me one day that I need to leave, but I don’t think so.”