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The townhouse that kicked off Di Bella snapped up at first inspection

first_imgLeasing agents have found that townhouses that are pet friendly are seeing strong demand.“There are a lot of two bedrooms in the area but when townhouses come up, especially when they allow pets that’s what you see demand rise.”The townhouse rented at $520 a week at the first open home when six different groups inspected the property. Philip De Bella in the Di Bella roasting room at Albion. He started out bagging beans in his garage at New Farm. Picture: Campbell Scott.THE townhouse that kicked off the Di Bella coffee empire has been snapped up by a keen tenant on its very first inspection.Funnily enough, the new resident had no idea that Philip Di Bella used to stack bags of coffee beans in the garage when he started his coffee business.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoBrisbane coffee king Phillip Di Bella sold the New Farm townhouse for $661,000 last month.Leasing agent Eadan Hockings of Living Here Cush Partners said “the person who bought it knew that and was pretty chuffed”, but the tenant was driven by the property’s pet friendly status. The Brisbane CBD is less than 4km away.last_img read more

Hull fans vote for name change

first_img Of the 15,033 eligible to vote, 9,159 chose not to. Owner Assem Allam, whose financial backing helped return the club to the Barclays Premier League, has vowed to walk away from the KC Stadium if the name change is blocked. The Football Association is yet to decide on the proposals. Hull said in a statement the ballots were counted independently by Beyond Dispute. Hull season ticket holders have voted narrowly in favour of changing the club’s name to Hull Tigers. A total of 2,565 fans voted in a recent ballot in favour of the name change with the Allam family continuing in charge of the club, while only 48 fewer rejected the proposal. However, with only a 39 per cent turnout, just 17 per cent of season ticket holders eligible to vote backed the name change. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more