20 Kew Rd, Graceville.Mr Edwards said a family from Bundaberg bought the home at 20 Kew Rd.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“They were bidders at the auction, however it passed in at $1.4 million, and they increased their offer a week or so later,” Mr Edwards said. The downstairs main bedroom was a drawcard to the property.“The new owners are planning to move straight in,” he said. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.With many families and interstate buyers from Sydney and Melbourne moving to the Graceville area, Mr Edwards said the market was very strong. The property features high ceilings, a wide hallway, and a light-filled staircase. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.Bi-fold doors extend the living area onto the rear outdoor entertaining zone. Graceville is about 7km away from the Brisbane CBD. The home is close to a cinema, cafes and restaurants. 20 Kew Rd, Graceville.THE sale of a home at Graceville has set a new sales record for properties on 405sq m blocks in the area.Ray White Sherwood selling agent Adam Edwards said the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home sold for $1.515 million on July 10.He said the previous record for a home on a 405sq m block in Graceville was $1.4 million.
Daily Telegraph 16 November 2014MEN have given birth to 54 babies in Australia over the past year according to official Medicare statistics which now allow patients to nominate their own gender.In an echo of the case of Thomas Beatie, a transgender man who preserved his female organs and was billed as the world’s first pregnant man in 2007, Aussie men are now also having babies, C-sections and abortions.The surprising statistics have been confirmed by Australia’s Health Department.According to the Medicare data, there were 16 men who gave birth in NSW last year, 22 men in Perth, seven in Victoria, one in Tasmania and two in South Australia.No men gave birth to babies in the Northern Territory.The men involved are likely to be people who were born female or with female sex organs who identified as male, or commenced gender reassignment surgery, but retained the physical capability to give birth.http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/pregnant-men-new-statistics-reveal-men-have-given-birth-to-54-babies-in-australia/story-fni0cx12-1227124085631