The home at 25 Chadford St, MacGregor.A two-storey family home has sold under the hammer in MacGregor for a seven-figure sum.Marketing agent Jason White, of Harcourts Coorparoo, said the property at 25 Chadford St sold for $1.011 million at auction.The six-bedroom home attracted eight registered bidders and an opening bid of $800,000.“It was all over in about 15 minutes or so,” Mr White said.“Everyone was pretty keen, and it came down to two bidders at the end.”More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr White said the property had been a family home and was snapped up by a local buyer who intended to keep it as a family home as well. Inside the home at 25 Chadford St, MacGregor.Sitting in 584sq m of land with in-ground swimming pool, the big brick house included open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining, sun room and rumpus room.There are four bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, and two bedrooms, laundry, bathroom and storage downstairs.Mr White said the MacGregor market was “very strong”.“We are seeing more owner-occupiers now,” he said.“They’re going more for land size than actual house size but they are chasing that family living.”
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Dogboe’s win might have been dominant but this victory over Avalos, who has now lost five of his last six fights, clearly won’t go to his head.There have been suggestions that his rise to the featherweight division might also be temporary, as his height (5′ 4″) put him at a significant disadvantage.Even his trainer, Hunter has indicated that he would like to see the young Ghanaian drop back down.Here are the final moments of Dogboe’s win: Ghanaian boxer, Isaac Dogboe has said he’s just getting started, after returning to the ring with an impressive win over Chris Avalos earlier this week.Referee Russell Mora waved off the fight two minutes 25 seconds into the eighth round to hand Dogboe a TKO victory.The win, which takes Dogboe’s record to 21-2, is sure to be a major confidence booster for the young boxer, who had stated that he was in great shape physically and spiritually prior to the fight.He was coming off two very disappointing losses to Emmanuel Navarrete, which forced him into a break, before he rose to the featherweight division for the Avalos bout.Dogboe who recently started training with Barry Hunter, said after the win that he feels great after his long hiatus“I was off for 14 months. This was a long time coming. I felt great with my new trainer, Barry Hunter. We’re only getting warmed up,” he said.
By The Associated Press SOLANA BEACH – A car theft suspect led California Highway Patrol officers on a wild chase by car and foot that left traffic snarled for hours, a Mercedes-Benz in flames and a suspect bitten by a sheriff’s dog, authorities said. Officers saw the Mercedes speeding on southbound Interstate 5 on Saturday morning in northern San Diego County. They gave chase, but the driver refused to pull over, CHP officer Tom Kerns said. They learned during the chase that the Mercedes had been reported stolen from Orange County on Thursday. Officers on three motorcycles and in three cars chased the man, who reached speeds of 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! 120 mph and clipped a pickup truck, Kerns said. Construction workers dived for cover as the driver ran the car into a building area in the freeway’s median. The car then burst into flames, Kerns said. The man fled through freeway traffic on foot, jumped a fence and ran into a house near the freeway. The CHP officers left their cars and ran after him. The Highway Patrol lost the man once he entered the house, and sheriff’s deputies were called in along with dogs, one of which found the man and bit him on the shoulder before he was arrested, Kerns said. He was taken to a hospital and then booked into jail. Authorities said no one was injured in the chase.