This house in Moreton Street, New Farm, is listed for sale.A HIGH-FLYING Brisbane couple are selling their stunning federation home in New Farm.Records show mining boss Paul Mulder, and his socialite wife Janelle, bought the historic property in Moreton Street for $2.541 million in late 2014.They are now looking to upgrade to a larger home.Mr Mulder heads up Mayur Resources, which floated on the ASX last year, alongside chairman Rob Neale, who used to run New Hope, and rugby league legend Darren Lockyer, who is the head of “business affairs’’. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Mayur Resources boss Paul Mulder. Photo: Chris McCormack.Before starting his own mining company, Mr Mulder headed up the coal and infrastructure operations of Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting for seven yearsMrs Mulder was touted as being one of the likely cast members of the Real Housewives of Brisbane if a local version of the series was produced.She participated in a photo shoot (below) in 2016 alongside other reported ‘chosen ones” for the show, including Georgia Barclay, Dale Olsson, Nicole Tilse, Laurel Edwards and Carole Haddad. BRISBANE LEADS SURGE IN LISTINGS AS RATES HOLD The front veranda at the house.The couple’s six-bedroom, two-bathroom house, built around 1896, is one of four iconic residences of the same era that sit side-by-side in the street.Features include an inground, heated pool and shower, manicured gardens, a front veranda, polished timber floors, wrought-iron fretwork and high ceilings. INSIDE QLD’S BIGGEST HOME SALES OF 2017/18 L-R: Georgia Barclay, Janelle Mulder, Dale Olsson, Nicole Tilse, Laurel Edwards and Carole Haddad. Photo: Mark Cranitch. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoJanelle Mulder. Photo: Adam Armstrong.Mr Mulder’s mining company, Mayur, launched seven years ago and has projects in Papua New Guinea, where it is focused on industrial minerals, copper, gold, coal and power generation. $5 VILLAS SET FOR NEWEST MILLIONAIRE This house in Moreton St, New Farm, is listed for sale.It is a walk away from Merthyr Village, New Farm Park and the ferry and just minutes from the CBD and James Street.The property is being marketed by Brett Greensill of LJ Hooker New Farm.It is being sold through an ‘offers to purchase’ campaign, which closes July 9.Mr Greensill said the home would suit a family looking for a renovation project as it was ready for “the next phase of life”. The front of the house in Moreton St, New Farm. This house in Moreton Street, New Farm, is listed for sale. The house has been immaculately decorated. One of the six bedrooms in the house at Moreton St, New Farm.
Tickets for Saturday’s show are $15 for adults. For active military members with proper ID and their spouse or date, it is $5 each. Teens ages 13-18 with their school ID and kids ages 6-12 also get in for $5. Children ages five and under are free. The fairgrounds charges $10 for parking. By Scott Daloisio PERRIS, Calif. – Perris Auto Speedway’s historic 25th anniversary season will continue this Saturday, March 14, when the IMCA Modifieds make their 2020 debut. Spectator gates will open at 5 p.m. and the first race will get the green flag at 7 p.m. To add intrigue to her Modified debut is the fact that one of her competitors will be her father Tom Slick Smith. The seasoned veteran was the PASSCAR street stock champion in 2003 and one year later he won Perris IMCA Modified title. In addition to the racing, at intermission the track’s cross over gates will open and the drivers will park their cars on the front straightaway to pass out free candy to the kids in attendance. Saturday’s opener includes the debut of Norco High School senior Alyssa Smith in the IMCA Modified division. One of the, if not the most popular driver on stock car nights, she is moving up from the PASSCAR Street Stock class. Now known as the Hot Rod Blonde, Smith burst onto the scene at Perris when she won the 2015-16 Winter Series factory stock championship. read more