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Mini farm for sale in Coorparoo RELATED: >>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<< A brand-new home, less than 7km from the city, is a step closer to reality with first home buyers who purchase a Coorparoo Square apartment now eligible for a bonus $15,000 rebate. The developers of Coorparoo Square will match the $15,000 Queensland First Home Owners Grant dollar-for-dollar. Frasers Property’s offer will make a new home, less than 7km from the city, a step closer to reality for those eligible for a bonus $15,000 rebate.This means they will have $30,000 towards their new home.Cameron Leggatt, general manager residential Queensland for Frasers Property, urged buyers to book an inspection soon with only a few new apartments remaining. “Coorparoo Square includes 366 apartments across three residential buildings but the demand for homes at this enviable address means we are now down to less than ten, two-bedroom apartments left on the market,” Mr Leggatt said. Coorparoo Square Own your own motocross track More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoThe pool deck at Coorparoo Square.The remaining apartments are priced from $473,500, before grants and rebates are applied, and Mr Leggatt said it represented excellent value for money. Coorparoo Square residents have exclusive access to the Club Coorparoo recreational hub with facilities including two swimming pools, a full-size tennis court, gym and private dining room. They can admire the views over Brisbane’s CBD from the Club Coorparoo podium-level that also features landscaped gardens, communal barbecues and alfresco spaces. Coorparoo Square will match the $15,000 Queensland First Home Owners Grant dollar-for-dollar for all eligible first home buyers who snap up an apartment in the residential complex, giving them $30,000 towards their new home. “The $15,000 rebate on top of the $15,000 government grant means many first home buyers can realise their dream of owning a home close to the CBD and in one of Brisbane’s most vibrant and liveable suburbs. “Each apartment is complete and ready for buyers to move in and make their own.” Gold Coast home most viewed in the state The mixed-use development is about 6km from Brisbane’s CBD and has injected renewed energy into the suburb, revitalising the site on the corner of Cavendish and Old Cleveland roads, formerly occupied by Queensland’s first Myer department store.Coorparoo Square Shopping Village and laneway precinct is anchored by Dendy Cinemas and ALDI with tenants including Beyond the Pale bar, Kivahan cafe, Tigerlamb hair salon, La Macelleria gelataria, Sense of Taste bottle shop, Barbacoa Mexican Taqueria plus more. Public transport connectivity is easy with the Brisbane Glider service now stopping at Coorparoo Square. The extra $15,000 rebate is available on contracts signed before December 31. Developer: Frasers Property MORE: Price: A limited number of two-bedroom apartments remain, priced from $473,500 Location: 26 Holdsworth St, Coorparoo Coorparoo Square residents have exclusive access to the Club Coorparoo recreational hub with facilities including two swimming pools, a full-size tennis court, gym and private dining room. THE BASICS
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Dipa Karmakar gave India fans plenty to cheer as she secured the bronze medal in the vault event of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup event in Cottbus, Germany. Karmakar scored 14.316 to secure the bronze in the tournament, which is also a part of the eight-event qualifying system for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. However, in the balance beam event, the Tripura athlete did not finish well. The Cottbus meet is part of an eight-event qualifying system for the 2020 Olympics, under which the gymnasts will make the cut based on the their top three scores. Speaking on Karmakar’s achievement, Gymnastics Federation of India vice-president Riyaz Ahmed Bhati said the Olympics qualification goal has come nearer.Read More |Hockey World Cup 2018: India seek repeat of 1975 glory“Karmakar has done well in the first tournament. She will be travelling to two more events out of Australia, Doha and Baku. But this event was the toughest,” Bhati said.Read More |Hero I-League wins silver at SPIA awardsThe 25-year-old has been plagued by a knee injury which she sustained in the Asian Artistic Gymnastics in Bangkok, Thailand. Karmakar underwent corrective surgery on her anterior cruciate ligament in April and was unable to participate throughout the season. Karmakar missed out on the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Although she had regained fitness, her coach Bisweshwar Nandi said her lengthy rehabilitation process resulted in her restricted training. Nandi said she was not yet ready fitness wise for the tournament.However, Karmakar created history in July 2018 as she won the gold medal in the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup at Mersin, Turkey. Karmakar became the first Indian gymnast to win the gold medal in a world event. In the same competition, she reached the finals of the balance beam event where she finished a credible fourth.Karmakar was in confident mood heading into the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta but in one of the practice sessions ahead of women’s qualification for team and apparatus finals, she hurt her right knee and she was forced to pull out of the final.