This is the cheapest three bedroom house you can rent in Brisbane right now. Picture: Realestate.com.auAS affordability issues rage across the capitals, latest data shows the cheapest rent you can pay for a three bedroom Brisbane house right now was $265 — and it’s not a one-off with two more in the area available at $300 a week.The three bedroom, single bathroom house at 123 Railway Parade, Darra, is about 500 metres away from Darra train station and shops, which are a 40 minute train ride or half an hour by car from the Brisbane CBD. It has undercover parking. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe post-war timber house was being marketed as having a large entertainer’s deck, three minutes from Inala shopping centre and two minutes from a popular community kindy.The property also has two sheds and was pet friendly with bond set at $1,200, according to agent Li Chin or Ironfish Property Management.Also in the same suburb, at 66 Centaurus St in Inala, a three bedroom, single bathroom, triple garage house was available at $300 a week — and the owners were so keen to land someone soon, they’ve offered a week rent free. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoCould this be the beginning of a very spacious rumpus room? Picture: Realestate.com.auSure, it’s not the prettiest thing on the market right now — but it’s neat and tidy and close to transport and shops. It has lino on some floors but also high ceilings, It’s not fully fenced, but the yard is large and level. It’s not suitable for dogs but other pets will be considered. It certainly can’t be beaten on affordability. Bond is $1,060, with rent calculated monthly at $1,148.Stephanie Russ of Maison Real Estate — Mount Ommaney has the property available from September 16.Also in the same area in Brisbane’s southwest are two other three bedroom houses up for rental at $300 a week.A three bedder that has a single bathroom and a double-car garage at 14 Pigeon Street, Inala, is available from September 13. Great spot for a barbie. Picture: Realestate.com.au 66 Centaurus St, Inala Qld 4077. Picture: Realestate.com.au 123 Railway Parade, Darra Qld 4076. Picture: Realestate.com.au What a massive yard. Picture: Realestate.com.au A very spacious kitchen with an upright oven. Picture: Realestate.com.au 14 Pigeon Street, Inala Qld 4077. Picture: Realestate.com.au The property is close to amenities. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property was being marketed as being close to Inala Civic Center, walking distance to Richlands East State School and an easy commute to Ipswich Motorway. Pets would be considered on application, according to agents Melina Reardon and Kerryanne Drummond of Ray White Forest Lake. Bond was set at $1,200.
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NEW YORK — As the immediate hubbub surrounding Darius Bazley’s decision to decommit from Syracuse and turn pro has faded, the former Orange-bound five-star forward responded to nine days of emotional responses from the SU fanbase — many of them involving disbelief and shock — into a singular message.“I know the fans are great, despite the comments and stuff I’ve been getting from them,” Bazley told The Daily Orange on Saturday afternoon at the Jordan Brand Classic. “I’m still going to root them on. I had to do what’s best for me, and I just hope that they will respect that and cheer me on.”On March 29, Bazley, 17, decommitted from Syracuse to turn professional in the G League. The No. 9 recruit in ESPN’s 2018 rankings, Bazley committed to SU back in July 2017. The 6-foot-9 power forward out of Princeton (Cincinnati) High School headlined Syracuse’s 2018 recruiting class that features No. 37 recruit Jalen Carey and Buddy Boeheim, son of SU head coach Jim Boeheim.When Bazley’s announcement was reported, Carey was taking a nap at home. His father, John, woke him up. Carey thought his father was kidding at first, but he checked Twitter to get confirmation.Then, Syracuse guard Elijah Hughes texted Carey: “Talk to your boy,” according to Carey’s father.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSo, Carey texted Bazley no words — only the “eyes emoji,” a pair of eyes glancing slightly to the left. Bazley didn’t respond with “anything serious,” Carey said.“He’s going to miss something big this year,” Carey told The Daily Orange on Saturday.“I wish him nothing but the best,” John Carey said. “I wish he would have done this before recruiting, because then maybe we (Syracuse) could have picked up a guy that’s valuable. The timing can sometimes hurt.”This week, Bazley explained his decision in a first-person account in The Players Tribune. He said he had been thinking about the move straight to the G League for months.“At first, I basically dismissed it entirely,” Bazley wrote. “I just had trouble picturing myself doing that. A little time passed, then we all had another conversation, and for the first time the G League was brought up.”In March, Bazley became the third SU commit since 2012 to appear in the McDonald’s All-American game. He had 11 points and seven rebounds in 17 minutes. On Sunday afternoon at the Barclays Center, Bazley will display his game for professional scouts and provide SU fans a look at what he would have brought to Syracuse in 2018-19.“I’m still an Orange fan,” Bazley said. “I didn’t make this decision because of anything crazy. There’s nothing wrong with Syracuse. I love the coaching staff.” Comments Published on April 7, 2018 at 2:48 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+