18 Bowen St, Woodend. Photo: realestate.com.auFor the first time in 105 years, this flood-free Ipswich home has hit the market.The property at 18 Bowen St, Woodend is for sale with a price tag of $549,000.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has been raised and renovated.Upstairs you will find three large bedrooms with original French doors.The new kitchen has granite benchtops and a large walk-in pantry.Downstairs there’s a fourth bedroom with a large walk-in robe and massive storage cupboard.There’s also a huge media/lounge room.To organise an inspection phone Scott Reeves from Ray White Ipswich, or June Frank from Walkers Real Estate Ipswich.
Loading… The Telegraph says the 27-year-old’s contract has run down to the point where he just has the one year remaining before it expires. There is a risk that if they cannot secure him to a fresh contract, they will have to make the decision between letting him go for free next summer or selling him when the window opens. And even a powerhouse like Bayern will be limited in terms of what they can offer him this summer, given the financial constraints caused by the coronavirusAdvertisement And they might choose to cash in during the upcoming window. read also:Chelsea, PSG queue as Bayern Munich plan Alaba sale PSG are thought to be particularly keen on him, but they also expect that there will be competition from Premier League teams. Manchester City could also move for him. They have had issues in defence, both centrally – where Alaba is comfortable – and at left-back, where Benjamin Mendy has struggled with injuries. Liverpool – managed by Jurgen Klopp – were also thought to be a side who could move if he was made available. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool are eyeing Bayern Munich contract rebel David Alaba.
“Also I want to share with you the birth of my son Mateo, who was born extremely preterm and is fighting day by day with the help of the medical team,” he tweeted.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City midfielder David Silva pictured during their English Premier League match against Watford at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on January 2, 2018 © AFP / Paul ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 3 – Manchester City’s Spanish international forward David Silva missed four matches recently because his prematurely-born baby son is fighting for his life, he revealed on Wednesday.The 31-year-old — who returned to the runaway Premier League leaders starting line-up for Tuesday’s 3-1 win over Watford — thanked everyone for their support on his twitter account @21LVA.