Brisbane block on 400sq m sells for a record price

first_img6 Warraba Ave, Wavell Heights.A Wavell Heights property which sold for more than $1 million has broken the record for a 400sq m block in the area.Place – Aspley principal Tristan Rowland said the home at 6 Warraba Ave sold on March 17 for $1.110 million. 6 Warraba Ave, Wavell Heights.The home has polished timber floors and a design which captures city views.The two large bedrooms, including the luxurious master suite captures city views and has his and hers wardrobes, plus an ultra-modern ensuite.Mr Rowland said his agency knew how to get buyers who are not looking at Wavell Heights to come and inspect the area. “The buyer was looking in Clayfield and the under buyer wasn’t even actively looking,” he said.The property is close to schools and public transport. 6 Warraba Ave, Wavell Heights.Mr Rowland said he “smashed” his own record previously set at $1,010,000 at 15 Gurley St.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 2019He said the property was sold to an executive.“We had 60 groups through and had seven offers,” Mr Rowland said.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is set over two levels.last_img read more

Nannie Tolliver Derflinger, 97

first_imgNannie Tolliver Derflinger, 97, of Greensburg, Indiana, passed away on June 1, 2020 of natural causes at her daughter Sue’s residence.Nannie was born on February 21, 1923 in Harlan County, Kentucky, the sixth child of Marion and Parlie (Caldwell) Tolliver. She lived in Middletown, Ohio; Front Royal, Virginia; Denver, Colorado; San Antonio, Texas; and Hanau, Germany before moving to Clarksburg, Indiana where she has lived for the past 53 years.Nannie grew up playing in the beautiful mountain country around Bledsoe, Kentucky.  She attended Red Bird High School near Beverly, Kentucky.  During WW II she served her country working at the Visco factory which made nylon in Front Royal, Virginia.  She met her husband of 43 years, Clarence W. Derflinger, a soldier, in Front Royal, and traveled with him extensively. Shortly after his retirement from the army, they moved to Clarksburg where they farmed for many years.  Nannie was a homemaker to whom family meant everything.  She loved to cook, bake, garden, and sew.  She especially loved surprising her children and grands with extra attention such as doll clothes for the girls and hunting sacks for the boys, and baked goods like German Chocolate Cake, or her famous yeast rolls. She loved making people happy. She loved helping people. When she learned of a need she filled it.  She truly had the gift of kindness, love, hospitality, and compassion.  Nannie was a Christian and a member of the Clarksburg Christian Church.  Even though she is no longer with us, she leaves behind memories filled with love, goodness, laughter, and wisdom.  She will be greatly missed.She was preceded in death by her parents, Marion and Parlie; husband, Clarence; five brothers, Paul, Oscar, McKinley, Fred, and John Tolliver; two sisters, Betty Stockton, and Susie Franz.She is survived by one brother, Clay (Sandy) Tolliver, two sisters, Clettis (Darrell) Napier, Mary (Melvin) Nantz, all of Bledsoe, Kentucky; numerous nieces and nephews; two daughters, Loretta Fay (Ralph) Hollenbeck, Hendersonville, North Carolina; Sue (Paul) Wenning, Greensburg; two sons, Clarence Ronald (Carol) Derflinger, Bloomington, Michael (Carolyn) Derflinger, Greensburg; 11 grandchildren, Troy (Lynnette) Hollenbeck, Todd Hollenbeck, Jeffrey (Michelle) Hollenbeck, Julie-Ann (Joseph) Dickerson, Amy Schlarb, Lorie (John) Zimmerman, Brandon (Kelsey) Schlarb, Christopher Derflinger, Michelle (Brian) Lang, Brandi (Kevin) Kaiser, Tanner (Miranda) Derflinger. 28 great grandchildren, Ashley Hollenbeck, Jason Hollenbeck, Taylor (Holden) Rice, Michael Hollenbeck, Marissa Dickerson, Tristan Dickerson, Cory Cool, Callie Cool, Katelyn (Ethan) Baird, Hannah Cox, Molly Cox, Hudson Schlarb, Norah Schlarb, Brittani Derflinger, Braxtin Kritlow, Alexis Derflinger, Carolynn Derflinger, Emmalynn Derflinger, Madilynn Derflinger, Taylor Lynch, Bryce Lang, Sierra Lang, Aiden Lang, Danika Lang, Gavin Lang, Allison Rippinger, Carmin Rippinger, Macenna Rippinger.7 Great Great Grandchildren, Brayden Kellems, Maysin Kellems, Lisa Kellems, Zaiden Cool, Elijah Lynch, Jackson Lynch, Kasey Baird, and one on the way.In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to the Christian Appalachian Project, PO Box 55911, Lexington, KY 40555-5911.Visitation for family and friends will be held on Friday, June 5, 2020 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm observing CDC precautions at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home.Funeral services will follow at 2:00 pm at the funeral home with Rev. Jerran Jackson of the Clarksburg Christian Church officiating. Burial will follow at South Park Cemetery.Online guestbook and condolences can be made at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

2014 World Cup: Kwesi Appiah calls on all 32 nations to play ‘FAREWELL MATCHES’

first_imgGhana Coach, Kwesi Appiah says he hopes all 32 qualified nations that will play in this year’s World Cup will play farewell games before departing their various countries to Brazil where the World’s biggest sporting event will be held.The 2014 FIFA World Cup will kick off in Brazil on June 12th and will end on July 13th and Kwesi Appiah says the best way for all the participating countries to bid farewell to their home fans would be to play in the farewell games before making the trip to Brazil where some of the World’s best players will showcase their footballing talents for their various countries.In his interview with sportscrusader.com, Appiah who will be leading Ghana to its third straight World Cup appearance said the best possible thing that his team will give to Ghanaian soccer fans is to play in the farewell game with the selected players from Ghana’s local Leagues.“If I had my way I would have ensured that all qualified nations for the World Cup will play farewell games for their home fans before travelling for the Tournament”.“FIFA must consider this because it is the only true way to bid farewell to the fans you expect to stand behind you in the Tournament. I congratulate the organizers for putting this excellent idea together. We are all for it” he saidGhana’s Black Stars made up of Kwesi Appiah’s 26-man squad will on Friday 23rd May 2014 engage locally based players to be selected from Ghana’s Leagues in a match to be played at the Accra Sports Stadium. The game dubbed the FAREWELL MATCH is being put together by Primeval Media and the Ghana Football Association ad will be the first of its kind in Ghana.last_img read more