43 Albury Street, Pimlico.THE buyer of 43 Albury St won’t just get a beautiful five-bedroom home, they’ll also get some basil, a bunch of carrots and some rocket thrown in as well.The Pimlico home is going to auction on-site today at 11am and comes complete with a living veggie patch, vegetables included. The large home is set on fully fenced 809sq m block and located within the catchment for the hugely popular Pimlico State High School. 43 Albury Street, Pimlico. It’s a low-maintenance Queenslander with a modern twist which has been cladded meaning it will never require external painting.Smith and Elliott selling agents Tracey Stack and Emma Nancarrow said the house had an amazing outdoor entertainment area with some extras thrown in.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“They have a veggie garden there with carrots growing in it and rocket and basil which will be staying as well as a chicken coop,” they said.“The fire pit is special because the seller spent a lot of time in South America as an exchange student and he learnt how to cook this special kind of barbecue which he is in love with so you can slow roast meats with it.” 43 Albury Street, Pimlico.For more information call Tracey Stack on 0437 434 056 or Emma Nancarrow on 0418 773 987. 43 Albury Street, Pimlico.The two-level home has been renovated while keeping the classic Queenslander features such as casement windows.Gleaming timber flooring has been used throughout the home.As well as five bedrooms, the home has two bathrooms, double remote-controlled garage and large deck overlooking the backyard.Ms Stack and Ms Nancarrow said the charming home was sure to capture the hearts of buyers which is why they had decided to have the auction on-site.“It’s good for buyers to have a look back through and see what they love about it because every time you walk through this house you see all the features and fall in love with it a little more,” they said.“The house pulls on your heart strings because it’s really pretty from the street. It’s got great street appeal.”
By Edward AnschutzSTURGEON BAY, Wis. – The second annual John Soukup Memorial will pay $1,000 to win and a minimum of $150 to start the Friday, July 4 Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature at Thunderhill Raceway.All Northern SportMods must remove their roof and sail panels to be eligible for the $1,000 top prize. If not, standard pay applies for the draw/redraw show. “The winner’s share of the purse could rise. Last year it doubled as local Bernie Reinhardt took home the win,” said promoter Woody Wodack. “John was a great friend and keeping his memory alive at the track he loved makes it a special night for everyone who comes in the gate. We’re looking for some solid competition from visitors and our locals.” Entry fee for the Soukup Memorial will be the same as for weekly events, $20 for members and $25 for non-members. IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars are also on the card. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional and Allstar Performance State points, but no local track points will be awarded in those divisions. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks race for all applicable points. Pit gates and the grandstand both open at 3:30 p.m. Hot laps are at 6 p.m. and with racing to follow.Grandstand admission is adults $10, seniors and students ages 13-17 $7, kids 6-12 $3 and five and under free.This race night will count towards the $20,000 contingency. Drivers will be allowed to miss three nights of racing and still remain in the drawing. Luxemburg Speedway races on Thursday, July 3 and is off for the Fourth.
The Little Silver EMS Cadet Squad is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Members, past and present, recently got together to share stories and talk about the group’s success. Among its past members are a doctor, three nurses, two investment brokers and a lawyer. Those attending the gathering were: front row, John Barney, Jeremy Susser, Trey Peterson, Tyler Birn and Kendall Sidun; second row, ToniAnn Bennett, Melissa Bennett, Kim Ambrose, who is the adviser, Karr Mullen and Chris Faherty; third row, Emily Garth, Taylor Giblin, Ashley Jordan and Elizabeth Giblin; and top row, Carli Ambrose, Peter Giblin, Kelsey Ambrose and Carolyn Bogdon.