A recent renovation has seen the house extended with a new deck, kitchen, servery, and bi-fold doors.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 2019“If it’s a single bidder auction, we open the auction to allow anyone to make a bid, then our preference is to pause the auction and have a private conversation,” he said.Negotiations were successful and the property sold under the hammer for $1.02 million, making it the top Mitchelton sale of the year so far. The house at 142 Frasers Rd, Mitchelton was built in 1920 and sits in the middle of a 1679sq m block. When it finally sold for the first time in 22 years, this Brisbane home set the standard for its suburb, scored the area’s first $1m-plus pricetag of 2019.One registered bidder took 142 Frasers Rd, Mitchelton to auction, with two conditional buyers hoping the property would pass in.Garry Jones of Harcourts Solutions Spring Hill said 20 to 25 people came to view the auction of the home that was last sold in 1997. >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN MITCHELTON “We’ve had many auctions in the current market that have gone this way,” he said.“It was actually a really nice negotiation because everybody got what they wanted, and the price was approximately three per cent above reserve.” Traditional features have been restored and walls removed to use every bit of the 137sq m of internal space on this upper level.Restrictions on the 1679sq m block meant the property could only be used as a large homesite, and a tree on the property was also protected.Mitchelton’s median house price has risen 4.1 per cent in 12 months to $666,000 with 133 houses sold. Sixty per cent of homes are owner-occupied.
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Media Release – American College of Pediatricians 6 February 2015According to a review published by the American Psychological Association, the link between children’s exposure to violent media and violent behavior in real life “is stronger than the relationship between calcium intake and bone mass; stronger than the relationship between condom use and the risk of contracting HIV; and stronger than the exposure to second-hand smoke and the risk of lung cancer.”With the increased production of video games, television programs and movies laden with all forms of violence, the American College of Pediatricians urges parents to be ever more vigilant and to teach their children to be discriminating about the media they view. A prime example is the soon to be released film Fifty Shades of Grey. The movie is based upon the novel by the same name which is the first in a best-selling trilogy. The novel portrays a relationship between a 28 year old mega-millionaire, Christian Grey, and a 22 year old college student and virgin, Anastasia Steele. Central to their relationship, however, is the normalization of dating violence, intimate partner violence (IPV) and the romanticizing of bondage, submission and sadomasochism (BDSM). Due to the well documented association between adolescents viewing violence and sexual behavior in the media and then engaging in those risky behaviorsB, it is imperative parents “immunize” their children and adolescents against the toxic messages in this series of novels and film.Dr. Amy Bonomi and colleagues analyzed Fifty Shades of Grey the novel for episodes of IPV using criteria from the CDC and Smith’s conceptualization of perceived threat, managing, altered identity, yearning, entrapment and dis-empowerment experienced by abused women.C These researchers found evidence of emotional abuse in almost every encounter between the two main characters. Examples included stalking, intimidation and isolation. They found sexual violence to be “pervasive” starting with Christian’s use of alcohol to compromise Ana’s consent to engage in a sexual relationship. Furthermore, they documented that Ana demonstrates reactions experienced by abused women: constant perceived threat, an altered identity and stressful managing. They conclude that the character of Ana, with whom young women come to identify, “becomes dis-empowered and entrapped in the relationship as her behaviors become mechanized in response to Christian’s abuse.”http://www.acpeds.org/fifty-shades-of-wrong-media-influences-children