This week’s Bargain Buy of the Week is in Riverview where this house sold for $150,000, more than $100,000 under its estimated sales value.WITH an estimated sales value of up to $274,000 this renovator’s “delight” is a true bargain, selling yesterday for just $150,000.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 7 McCosker Street, Riverview definitely needs a lot of love and attention, but for $150,000 you could easily give it the makeover it deserves.Sitting on a 665sq m block, you could have even chosen to bulldoze and rebuild, because even land is hard to find at this bargain price. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoBargain buy of the week in Riverview.With the median price of $245,000 for three-bedroom homes in Riverview and an average rental return of $280pw it would be hard to go wrong with this buy.Riverview is a suburb of the City of Ipswich, approximately 31km from the Brisbane CBD and with a population of 3,243.If a bargain buy in Riverview is appealing, then here are three properties that might be right for you:1. 23 Mitchell Street has a three-bedroom home for $237,000 sitting on 601sq m.2. 9/7 Ipswich Street is a two-bedroom townhouse asking for offers over $200,000.3. 20 Twidale Drive offers a three-bedroom, three carpark for $247,000.
Press Association Weld doubled up for the day in the concluding Borro Mares INH Flat Race as Jane Mangan guided 100-30 chance Wandering Star to a two and a quarter-length debut victory. Weld and Smullen were narrowly denied when the Tommy Stack-trained Tooreen Legend justified strong support in the Sharon Boland Last Days Of Freedom Rated Race. The 11-4 chance prevailed by half a length and winning rider Billy Lee said: “He travelled well the whole way and I just bided my time with him as it was his first time over the trip. I might have got there half a furlong too soon but he kept going well. He doesn’t do a whole lot in front and he was rolling around a bit.” Patrick Prendergast has one or two nice horses in his care this year, chief among them Irish Derby hope Sugar Boy, and the handler bagged another winner with Longshadow in the Black Point Handicap. The not-unbacked 4-1 chance was ridden handily by Declan McDonogh and strode on three furlongs out, keeping on well to see off Longdock by three and a half lengths. Prendergast said: “It’s unusual for a Monsun but he likes fast ground. His last run was much improved and he’ll make a lovely hurdle horse.” Young Charlie Elliott again looked good value for his claim as he steered Jessica Harrington’s 9-4 joint-favourite Takeyoucapoff to victory in the Campile Apprentice Handicap. The Dermot Weld-trained three-year-old had run with promise at Dundalk last month and the benefit of that experience, allied to the step up in trip, was not lost on her. Hitting the front just over a furlong out, the 11-4 chance ran on strongly for Pat Smullen to beat Madam Mo by two and a half lengths. Smullen said of the Khalid Abdullah-owned winner: “She had progressed nicely from her first run, this looked a nice opportunity and she did it well. She was working well enough to win a maiden of this calibre.” There could be better to come from Tuscan Light judged on her manner of victory in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Median Auction Fillies Maiden at Wexford.