The Tobin family are trading their Windaroo home for an acreage lot at Kingsholme.“We thought we would have to head out to Jimboomba to find acreage in a new community, within our price range.”Villawood Properties Executive Director Tony Johnson said stage six, which was now selling, had attracted strong demand from local and interstate buyers looking to combine country living with city convenience.“Montego Hills is one of the only acreage communities currently available between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, and there is limited opportunity remaining to secure land in the estate,” he said.“Stage six is selling quickly, and the next stage will be the final stage of the community.“The final two stages offer some of the best views and have acreage land ranging from 4,058sqm and 7,553sqm. With so much on offer and the limited supply, we expect an increase in demand from buyers seeking their forever home.” Lance and Belinda Tobin, who signed the 100th contract, are swapping golf course living at Windaroo for the privacy and space of an acreage community at Kingsholme.THE MONTEGO Hills community has marked a major milestone, securing its 100th buyer.Lance and Belinda Tobin, who signed the 100th contract, are swapping golf course living at Windaroo for the privacy and space of an acreage community at Kingsholme.“We love where we live, but we are excited about the change of lifestyle,” he said. “We are moving from a 400sq m block to 4,000sq m block that backs onto bushland. “We also love the idea of our kids growing up in a traditional neighbourhood, where they are able to build a treehouse in the backyard and do all the things we used to do as kids.”The couple and their two children spent two and half years searching for the perfect property that offered value for money, in a convenient location.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“Montego Hills is an extremely rare offering – trying to find developments where you get an acre close to the highway and amenity is near impossible,” he said.
Joy Sports centre host George Addo Jnr has landed in Dortmund, Germany where he has joined select journalists from Africa to embark on a tour of the Bundesliga.The weeklong visit which is upon the invitation of Bundesliga International in collaboration with StarTimes Africa, broadcast partners of the German topflight will allow the African journalists an opportunity to learn and familiarize with the working structures of the German Bundesliga, The German Football Federation, as well as the management practices of individual clubs. The team will also watch a couple of Bundesliga games, specifically the cracker between Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg, which will take place at the iconic Signal Iduna Park on Saturday.The select team from Africa will also travel to Central German city of Frankfurt to tour the facilities of local club Eintracht Frankfurt and watch the fierce clash between Eintracht Frankfurt and VfB Stuttgart at the Commerzbank-ArenaThe visit will afford the African top journalists, the opportunity to study the governance structures of the German Football Federation (DFB) and their relationship with the German Football League (DFL). The is sponsored by Bundesliga International and Star Times are official broadcast partners of the famous Bundesliga, beaming the league across Asia and Africa. You can Follow George’s updates various Multimedia Platforms his Twitter page @Addojnr, on Facebook and on Instagram @Addo_junr