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Coronavirus real estate: Rare Brisbane inner-city converted warehouse sells for $2.7m cash unconditional

first_img FOR MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK A former church at 18-20 Bailey Street, West End, now a converted warehouse has sold for $2.7 million.Not even a global pandemic could stop the sale of a rare converted Brisbane warehouse, which has sold cash unconditional for $2.7 million.The property at 18-20 Bailey St, West End has eight bedrooms, five-bathrooms, and sits on a 861sq m block. Inside 18-20 Bailey Street, West End.With the coronavirus pandemic up-ending life for many Australians, Mr Nobel said the sale was good news for the real estate market.“It goes to show there’s plenty of cash buyers around and that great prices can still be achieved for sellers,” Mr Nobel said.“The sale has proved there is confidence in the Brisbane market and although there is some uncertainty, we can be pretty certain that Brisbane is a great place and lots of money is being spent on infrastructure to make it even better.”Mr Nobel said the neighbouring property sold in a “better market” in 2016 for $2.65 million.“To get $2.7 million is an excellent result,” he said. Buyers devoted to finding church conversions Jaw-dropping riverside home sells for $4.5m More from newsCOVID-19 renovation boom: How much Aussies are spending to give their houses a facelift during the pandemic3 days agoWhizzkid buys almost one property a month during COVID-197 days ago House values could fall after record drop in confidencecenter_img The auditorium at 18-20 Bailey Street, West End.Mr Nobel said the new owner was considering transforming the site into a high-end medical centre.“For now they will leave it as is, and let it as a commercial tenancy,” he said.“There have been lots of inquiries about it being a function centre through to a really trendy and unique workspace for commercial offices.”The site is zoned high density residential (permitting construction of up to eight storeys). The property at 18-20 Bailey Street, West End.Adam Nobel, selling agent for Hugo Alexander Property Group, said the multi-level warehouse, which was once a church, had dual street access and a full internal fit-out. Snapped up by a Toowoomba buyer, the property has more than 10 offices, two kitchens, nine toilets, state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, a 200-plus seat auditorium and is airconditioned throughout. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS:last_img read more

Sunderland snap up former France international defender

first_imgSunderland have signed former France international Anthony Reveillere.The 34-year-old full-back, who was a free agent after leaving Napoli in the summer, has penned a deal with the Black Cats until the end of the season.Pending international clearance from the Italian FA, Reveillere, capped 20 times by his country, could be available to make his debut for Gus Poyet’s side against Arsenal this weekend.Reveillere began his career at Rennes and made over 100 appearances before moving to Lyon, where he spent ten years.He moved to Italy to join Roma in 2013 and made 18 appearances last season but was released by Rafa Benitez in the summer. 1 Anthony Reveillere last_img read more

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