Broadway.com’s Ultimate Valentine’s Day Playlist!

first_img I’M IN LOVE! View Comments I HATE THAT JERK!center_img Brace yourselves, Broadway fans, because the most romantic day of the year is almost here! No, not the day the Broadway Bares calendar comes out (although we admit we swoon pretty hard then, too). It’s Valentine’s Day! If you’re “So In Love,” February 14 is a blast. On the other hand, being alone on V-Day sucks. But don’t worry, even if you wanna “Forget About the Boy,” we’ve got you covered! Listen to our Valentine’s playlist below, and scroll down for our Anti-Valentine’s Day list, featuring our favorite breakup and unrequited love songs.last_img

Madford spends £70m on retail parks

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Home missing back door sells for $709,980

first_imgThe home has a renovated kitchen.Mr Torres said location won out in the end, with the family who purchased the house desperate to get into the local school catchment.“It was the school catchment that drew a lot of prospective buyers to the property,” he said.The price was higher than many in the area but Mr Torres said he was witnessing a lot of competition to get into the local market. One of the bedrooms in the Mansfield home.“I think there has been very little stock in terms of houses in Mansfield and surrounding areas,” he said.“What we’ve been seeing is a bit of competition and urgency from buyers trying to get in the market.” REAL ESTATE: 43 Aminya St, MansfieldThis Mansfield home sold for $709,980 – except it’s missing one thing.Place Coorparoo lead agent Will Torres said the price the house fetched was unusual because the house did not have a back door.“It is a little bit unusual in terms of the local market,” Mr Torres said. “The main concern from buyers was having to go through the front to access the back of the property.”center_img More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The living space at 43 Aminya St, Mansfield.The two-level home has three bedrooms,a massive laundry, renovated bathroom and kitchens, and undercover parking for four cars.last_img read more