8 Ivy Crescent, WakerleyA CUSTOM designed home in Wakerley has sold for $1.315 million.RE/MAX Advantage marketing specialist Todd Gerhardt said the house at 8 Ivy Crescent was the highest sale ever achieved in Wakerley for a property that wasn’t on acreage.He said the design of the home, which was built five years ago, was what attracted the high price.“The owners had designed the home themselves to suit the block,” Mr Gerhardt said.He told a young couple about the property before it hit the market and they instantly decided to buy because it was what they were looking for.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 20208 Ivy Crescent, Wakerley“It was actually under contract when it went onto the internet,” Mr Gerhardt said.“I think it was the property itself, they fell in love with it.”He said there was high demand for new and modern homes in the area.“At the moment, in this price range, there’s no other homes like it available,” Mr Gerhardt said.“There are (more) coming up but you have got to move fast when you see them.”According to the latest CoreLogic market trends data, the median sale price for a house in Wakerley is $745,000.
The six are believed to have suffered from the effects of lack of alcohol after all illicit brew in the region was destroyed following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s directive that all 2nd generation drinks be destroyed Endangered black rhinos die in Kenya reserve Somali mothers most likely to die from childbirth complications Kenya charges six over attack on Uber vehicle Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has said six people admitted to hospitals in the county with alcohol withdrawal symptoms have died.The governor said the six were among 18 people admitted to different hospitals in the county since Wednesday.“It is unfortunate that we have lost the six, but efforts are being made to save those admitted in 14 Level Four and Five hospitals,” he said in Thika after destroying a consignment of alcohol at the Kang’oki dumpsite.Three of the victims died at Ruiru Hospital, and the others at Thika Level 5, Kihara and Tigoni hospitals.Mr Kabogo said his government would issue licenses only to brewers cleared by the Kenya Bureau of Standards.“The fight continues and there is no room for illicit brews in Kiambu,” he said.Earlier, Kiambu County Director for Clinical Services Jacob Toro said rehabilitation centres had been set up for alcohol addicts following the crackdown on low-priced, high-alcohol spirits.He said a hotline (0711264000) had also been established for those seeking help for alcohol withdrawal syndrome.He said symptoms of withdrawal include shaking, sweating, delusions, confusion, aggressiveness, fever, fits and convulsions.Related
Last Updated: 3rd September, 2020 23:03 IST Russell And Latifi Believe In Williams Ahead Of Italian Grand Prix In Monzo, Italy Williams drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi say they’re sorry the teams founder Sir Frank and his daughter Claire, the deputy team principal, are stepping down, but are confident in the team’s future. LIVE TV Williams drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi say they’re sorry the teams founder Sir Frank and his daughter Claire, the deputy team principal, are stepping down, but are confident in the team’s future.Sir Frank and Claire said in a statement on Thursday they had made the decision to step down from the team to ensure the Williams family’s legacy.In the wake of the news, both drivers spoke highly of the team and the opportunities they have had with Williams, and have been assured the future of the team is in good hands.Meanwhile, Sebastian Vettel is warning it won’t be an easy weekend for Ferrari at their home Grand Prix. The four-time world champion says Monza is not a great track for the Italian outfit, but they will fight for the best result they can.(Image Credit: AP) Associated Press Television News Written By First Published: 3rd September, 2020 23:02 IST WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT FOLLOW US