18 David St, Nundah.Graczyk Thompson Hendra selling agent Matt Thompson said the apartments offered a contemporary design and made great use of the internal and external flow of space. “All are very private with lovely aspects (either to the rear or towards David St which is lined with magnificent large trees,” Mr Thompson said.The apartments are 8km from Brisbane’s CBD and close to public transport. 18 David St, Nundah.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 18 David St, Nundah.Brisbane property developer Jenny O’Brien enjoyed creating her latest project so much so she invested in an apartment there herself. Mrs O’Brien said only five units remained at the 19-unit complex at 18 David St, Nundah site. After knocking down two homes at 18 and 20 David St, Mrs O’Brien said the remaining two-bedroom, two-bathroom units were proving popular among investors and first homebuyers.“Our properties that are listed for rent get snapped up within two days,” Mrs O’Brien said. “The market is very strong here.“Nundah doesn’t have a glut of units. The market has picked up over Christmas.” 18 David St, Nundah.Mrs O’Brien said she had always had a passion for real estate.“I’ve always wanted to develop,” she said.She said the one-bedroom apartments were snapped up and sold off the plan.The pet-friendly building has low body corporate fees, according to Mrs O’Brien who lives in one of the units.She said often people feel boxed in when it comes to apartment living, however an illusion of space was created within each unit.“They are standard-sized units but we have nice high ceilings,” she said.
At least 384,000 people have since died,including more than 116,000 civilians, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rightswar monitor said Saturday. (AFP) When Syrians took to the streets onMarch 15, 2011, they could scarcely have imagined their anti-governmentprotests would turn into a complex war entangling rebels, jihadists and outsideforces. SYRIA’S brutal conflict enters its 10thyear Sunday with President Bashar al-Assad’s regime consolidating its hold overa war-wracked country with a decimated economy where foreign powers flex theirmuscle. Syria’s war has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians and displaced millions. AFP