6 Oct
2020

Multi-million dollar result for MasterChef

first_imgThe home offers plenty of living space over three levels.The price was been confirmed by agent Michael Kleimer of Space Property who said the scheduled auction had been cancelled after two solid expressions of interest.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoTheir beautiful three-level timber-and-tin colonial offered five-bedroom accommodation three-bathroom accommodation. 20 Ford St, Clayfield has achieved a multi-million dollar result after its auction was cancelled.FORMER MasterChef contestant and Brisbane medical specialist Graeme MacDonald and his cardiologist wife, Louise Carey, have sold their home at 20 Ford St, Clayfield for $2.05 million. Features such as a bedroom with fireplace and balcony were always going to bring in the buyers.Dr MacDonald appeared in the second series of the popular reality television show, so it should come as no surprise that the property included an impressive gourmet kitchen too.In a classic example of over achieving, as well as being a wizz in there kitchen, Dr MacDonald is also a top liver specialist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.center_img This kitchen has seen some pretty special meals.The two doctors have owned the home for more than 20 years, but Dr Carey said they decided to downsize.Dr Carey said their new property still had a good kitchen, but it was much smaller than the one at Ford St.“He (Dr MacDonald) is having to make do. He has got a smaller kitchen but the food is still really good,’’ she said. Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclairlast_img read more

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23 Sep
2020

Winter Heat Challenge this weekend at Perris

first_imgPERRIS, Calif. – Perris Auto Speedway will put a wrap on the Winter Heat Challenge Series this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 11 and 12.Both shows will feature IMCA Modifieds running for IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Larry Shaw Western Region, Allstar Performance State and track points.Spectator gates open at 2 p.m. each day with racing at 3 p.m.Adult tickets are $15 each day.  Active military with proper ID, students ages 13-18 with their school ID and kids ages 6-12 get in for $5. Children five and under will be admitted free. Through the generosity of the fairgrounds, parking will be free both days.Race teams competing in both shows this weekend will be allowed to camp in the infield overnight on Saturday.The big winner through the first three rounds of the series has been Mother Nature. Most recently, Jan. 7 and 21 events were knocked out by heavy rains.With the possibility of weather moving in this week, fans can keep up to date on the status of weekend’s races on the Perris Auto Speedway Facebook page, the track website (www.perrisautospeedway.com) or by calling the track office at: 951 940-0134.last_img read more

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