20 Northgate Rd, Nundah sold at auction for $785,000.DUAL living is becoming a major lure for house hunters, according to Ray White Ascot’s Susan Hollands.Ms Hollands successfully ran the marketing campaign for 20 Northgate Rd, Nundah which sold at auction yesterday for $785,000.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom renovated property includes a self-contained living area on the ground floor with a kitchenette, two bedrooms, home office and bathroom.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago20 Northgate Rd, Nundah“The real big benefit of this one and why it had so much interest was the dual living,” Ms Hollands said.“I think dual living is a real emerging trend, it’s affordable.” A buyer’s agent purchased the property on behalf of her Sydney client, as one of three registered bidders.Ms Hollands said interest in Nundah from interstate was common. “They just see more value for money, they like the village, they like the proximity to the airport and that commute to the city, and the tunnel which is just at Toombul,” she said.
MORE: Watch the Stanley Cup Final live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)St. Louis managed to get on the board in the second period with a goal from Ivan Barbashev, but goals from David Pastrnak and Torey Krug extended the Bruins’ lead to 5-1. The Blues pulled rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington in favor of Jake Allen after the Krug goal. Binnington allowed five goals on 19 shots on the night.Things only got worse for the Blues in the third period. After Colton Parayko made it 5-2 just 5:24 into the period, the Blues’ offense couldn’t get into a rhythm. St. Louis pulled its goalie with under six minutes to play to gain the man advantage, but it proved fruitless as Noel Acciari scored on the empty net to make it 6-2. Boston added another one 23 seconds later, a power-play goal from Marcus Johansson.The Bruins now lead the series 2-1 and look like a well-oiled machine heading into Monday’s Game 4.Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from the Bruins’ Game 3 victory (all times Eastern).Blues vs. Bruins: Live updates, highlights from Game 3FINAL: Bruins 7, Blues 210:57 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 Boston nets another one and looks like that’ll do it. Bruins lead 7-2.10:56 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 The Bruins get another one on the empty netter and they’re going to walk away with this one. Bruins lead 6-2.10:51 p.m.: The Blues are trying to get every advantage they can get. They’ve pulled their goalie with over five minutes to go.10:49 p.m.: Time’s running out for St. Louis. 5:49 remain and Boston still leads 5-2.10:45 p.m.: Blues got another power play, but couldn’t produce and goals. Rask has stopped 23 of the 25 shots he’s seen.10:31 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, ST. LOUIS 🚨 Colton Parayko cuts into the Bruins’ lead on a power-play goal. Bruins lead 5-2.POWER PLAY! @StLouisBlues 🚨🚨📺: NBCSN or stream it here: https://t.co/svSJ7srvwn pic.twitter.com/plvthyD9oi— #StanleyCup on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) June 2, 201910:30 p.m.: Blues with a 5-0 advantage in shots this period, but they’ve got an uphill battle.10:27 p.m.: Brandon Carlo gets two minutes for interference and the Blues will have a 4-on-3 for just over a minute.10:25 p.m.: Clifton gets two minutes for cross checking and then Perron gets two for roughing. We’ll go 4-on-4 for a bit.10:24 p.m.: Third period is underway. It’s all Boston at this point. End of second period: Bruins 5, Blues 110:04 p.m.: Just an absolute onslaught by Boston that period. It leads 5-1 heading into the second intermission.9:48 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 The Bruins respond on a power-play goal from Torey Krug. St. Louis pulls Jordan Binnington in favor of Jake Allen. Bruins lead 5-1.. @ToreyKrug restores the @NHLBruins 4-goal lead! #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/7zho7w2RV9— NHL GIFs (@NHLGIFs) June 2, 20199:45 p.m.: Bruins will go on the power play after Colton Parayko gets two minutes for high sticking.9:43 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, ST. LOUIS 🚨 The Blues finally get on the board on a goal by Barbashev. Bruins lead 4-1.The @StLouisBlues are on the board!Barbashev lights the lamp.📺: NBCSN💻: https://t.co/svSJ7srvwn pic.twitter.com/zNuRW4fteJ— #StanleyCup on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) June 2, 20199:42 p.m.: The power play comes nd goes and the Blues just can’t find the back of the net. Rask as saved all 11 shots sent his way from St. Louis. 9:39 p.m.: Blues will go on the power play after Charlie McAvoy goes to the box after slashing Brayden Schenn. Patrick Maroon and Zdeno Chara get two minutes each for unsportsmanlike conduct.9:38 p.m.: We go without a whistle for almost eight minutes after the Pastrnak goal and a TV timeout gives us a break from the action. Bruins still lead 2-0.9:27 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨Just 41 seconds into the second and David Pastrnak puts the Bruins up 4-0. Bruins lead 4-0.End of first period: Bruins 3, Blues 09:07 p.m.: Bruins with an absolute gut punch to the Blues late in the first. We head into the first intermission with Boston up 3-0.9:05 p.m: Upon review, the goal is upheld. Bruins lead 3-0.9:02 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 Boston just keeps pouring it on. This time it’s Sean Kuraly who gives the Bruins the 3-0 lead with 9.2 left in the first period. Officials are going to take another look at this one.8:59 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 The Bruins extend their lead after Charlie Coyle nets one 17:22 into the first. Bruins lead 2-0.8:55 p.m.: We’ll have a 4-on-4 for two minutes after Connor Clifton and Ivan Barbashev get two minutes each for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct respectively.8:48 p.m.: 🚨 GOAL, BOSTON 🚨 21 seconds into the power play and Boston’s and Torey Krug rips one from the blueline and its ricocheted in by Patrice Bergeron. Bruins lead 1-0.The @NHLBruins strike first in Game 3.📺: NBCSN💻: https://t.co/svSJ7srvwn pic.twitter.com/jRx3YYbjNc— #StanleyCup on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) June 2, 20198:47 p.m.: Bruins go on the power play after David Perron gets two minutes for interference on Brandon Carlo.8:41 p.m.: A cool moment pregame. Blues superfan Laila Anderson, who’s battling a rare disease, was on hand to pump up the crowd in St. Louis before Game 3:Laila Anderson pumping up @Enterprise_Cntr before Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final! #stlblues @KMOV @StLouisBlues pic.twitter.com/aFl3wtFkxl— Tyler Klaus (@TylerKMOV) June 2, 20198:33 p.m.: The Blues come up empty-handed on the power play after Tuukka Rask makes some nice saves. We’re still scoreless. 8:28 p.m.: Boston’s Jake DeBrusk gets a minor for kneeing Alex Pietrangelo 1:02 into the game and the Blues have the first power play of the night early in the first.8:36 p.m.: The puck has finally been dropped and we’re underway in St. Louis. Pregame8:24 p.m.: Starting lineup for St. Louis:Starters. #stlblues #WeAllBleedBlue @MaryvilleU pic.twitter.com/DBF5ZfFiWv— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) June 2, 20198:11 p.m.: Jon Hamm’s ready to root for his hometown Blues tonight:Jon Hamm and Jon Hamm’s beard have the good kind of nerves going. #StanleyCup Confidential pic.twitter.com/KzJR8RJTj2— NHL (@NHL) June 1, 2019 The Bruins got goals from seven different players and spoiled St. Louis’ first Stanley Cup Final home game in 49 years with a 7-2 Game 3 rout of the Blues on Saturday.Patrice Bergeron opened the scoring when he tipped in a slap shot from Torey Krug in the first period. Boston added two more goals in the first, including one from Sean Kuraly with 9.2 seconds left, to head into the first intermission up 3-0.