Property Managers

Local developer buys former Palmerston Bunnings site for $7.5m, on the lookout for businesses to take up leases

NTC Property director Nigel Sharp has sold the old Bunnings site in Palmerston for $7.5m. Picture: Glenn Campbell

THE former Palmerston Bunnings site has sold to a developer for $7.5m.

NTC Property director Nigel Sharp said the new owner, a prominent local developer, was seeking leasing inquiries, with the 6500 sqm site likely to be split into a number of smaller lease opportunities.

“They’re certainly looking at it as a value-add site, whether that’s 10 years or 15 years who knows,” he said.

“It’s a landmark site going into the central business zone of Palmerston.”

Mr Sharp said the space

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Luxurious Hills entertainer a true labour of love

7 Jennings Drive, Ashton. Supplied by Harcourts Adelaide Hills

It’s been their dream home for a quarter of a century, and now, with most of their children having moved out, it’s time for someone else to fall in love with this Ashton property and call it home. Jan Kazmer-Daly and Guy Daly built the home 25 years ago, basing it on a home they held great affection for.

“We built it from the ground up and we built it with love,” Mrs Kazmer-Daly says. “We lived in Orchard Ave in Everard Park and there was a grand old villa just

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Demand, price growth proves sun is shining on regional QLD beach markets

SOME of regional Queensland’s beachside suburbs have seen a huge surge in buyer demand, with two unlikely townships seeing triple digit growth.

And one suburb blitzed the competition with price growth of 33.8 per cent.

Forrest Beach (Hinchinbrook) and Hay Point (Mackay) recorded a sharp rise in the number of views per property listing over the past 12 months, up 147.1 per cent and 138.4 per cent respectively, according to new data from

The current median house price in the sleepy beachside suburb of Forrest Beach is now $220,000, which is down from a high of $280,000 three years

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Desirable family friendly suburb tops the charts

Hot property: Buyers can’t get enough of Blackmans Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED

EAGER property pundits will be keeping an eye on Blackmans Bay this year after the Kingborough suburb topped’s list of places to watch in 2021.

Online views of Blackmans Bay listings shot up in 2020, more than doubling the number of clicks received in 2019.

Blackmans Bay listings attracted an average of almost 6000 people per listing in 2020, an increase of 110 per cent compared to 2019.

Charlotte Peterswald for Property managing director Kim Morgan says buyers recognise Blackmans Bay as a highly desirable family area with

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They don’t make them like this anymore

20 Fitzroy Place, Sandy Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED

WITHIN the thick double brick walls of Derwent Court lies a rich and complex history of uses, names, owners and occupants.

Well-hidden and barely visible from the tree-lined street, the grand historic mansion occupies a substantial and private 2152sq m block, which last traded hands 36 years ago.

The highly desirable location was a large part of the appeal when it was purchased in 1985, a spokesperson for the owner Julie Alexander says.

Operating as a nursing home called Heathmere, it was renamed Derwent Court.

“It’s in a very convenient location, it’s in walking … Read More