Sunnybank home perfect for the growing family

first_imgThe open-plan living space at 20 Feltwell St, Sunnybank.At the front of the home there is a double garage, with internal access, a laundry and a powder room. The front door opens into the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. 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 kitchen has a large island bench with stone countertop and breakfast bar, plenty of bench and cupboard space and stainless steel appliances. The home at 20 Feltwell St, Sunnybank.THIS modern, two-storey home with low-maintenance yard is on the market in Sunnybank. Marketing agents Zora and Michael Liu, of LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills, said the property at 20 Feltwell St was perfect for couples and growing families. “With several large feature windows to let natural light stream in, and a surprisingly large and versatile layout, this is the ideal blank canvas for you to add your own personal touch,” Ms Liu said. One of the four bedrooms at 20 Feltwell St, Sunnybank.The toilet is separate. The property comes with split-system airconditioning to the master bedroom and living areas.“This property is set in the prestigious Sunnybank State School catchment and practically next door to childcare facilities,” Ms Liu said. “It is surrounded by public parks and just down the road from the Sunnybank Lions football club, making it a brilliant place to raise a family.’’center_img The kitchen at 20 Feltwell St, Sunnybank.This ground floor area has tiled flooring and sliding glass doors opening to the covered outdoor area and the fenced, low-maintenance backyard. Back inside, the timber internal stairs lead to the upstairs family room. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with double sinks. The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and the family bathroom has a vanity and separate bathtub and shower. last_img read more

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Simona Halep retains No.1 WTA ranking

first_imgMadrid: Simona Halep of Romania maintained the world No.1 spot in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings released on Monday, despite the herniated disc back injury that has forced her to miss the WTA Finals, the eight-player, season-ending event currently being played in Singapore.Germany’s Angelique Kerber snatched world No.2 from Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark, dropping her to third, while Naomi Osaka of Japan remained world No.4, reports Efe.Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic and Sloane Stephens of the United States both jumped two places to be ranked fifth and sixth, respectively, sending Elina Svitolina of Ukraine and Czech Karolina Pliskova to seventh and eighth.Russia’s Daria Kasatkina jumped four spots to world No.10 after claiming the Kremlin Cup title on Saturday, defeating Ons Jabeur of Tunisia, who rose 39 spots to world No.62 after becoming her country’s first-ever WTA finalist.Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza descended four places and is now world No.17 after losing to Ukraine’s Dayana Yastremska in the second round of the Luxembourg Open on October 17. IANSlast_img read more

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Solskjaer Faces 12-day Nightmare for Man Utd Job

first_imgThat tie is likely to take place on Sunday February 17 or Monday 18 due to Chelsea’s Europa League clash with Malmo taking place on the Thursday night.Solskjaer will then be hoping to dent Liverpool’s title hopes when Jurgen Klopp’s men visit Old Trafford on February 24.The current United boss said winning a trophy is more important than finishing in the top four ahead of his side’s next match with Burnley in the Premier League.He said: ‘For Manchester United you should always aim to win the league.‘We can’t do that this year, but we have to get back to the challenge. We’ve got the Champions League, we’ve got the FA Cup, we can’t just say we’ve got top four and that is it.‘We are sixth at the moment, so we are a way off the top teams. We are challenging to be top three at the moment.‘It’s about reorganising and just starting next season to be ready to challenge and get more points.’Following what could be a make-or-break 12 days for Solskjaer, United then face Crystal Palace and Southampton in the Premier League.Then comes the return leg in the Champions League against PSG before Solskjaer’s side have to face rivals Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium and Manchester City at Old Trafford.If he comes through those tests Solskjaer may just land his dream job on a full-time basis.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s long-term future could be defined by 12 days in February as Manchester United face tough fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.The Norwegian interim manager, who has guided his side to eight straight wins, was given a comfortable run during his first few weeks at Old Trafford with Manchester United facing the likes of Cardiff, Newcastle and Huddersfield. Solskjaer has proved he’s not a one-trick pony by masterminding victories over North London duo Tottenham and Arsenal but Monday night’s FA Cup draw means he has been given a tough run which could decide his future.Manchester United will now host French giants Paris Saint-Germain on February 12 before taking on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the fifth round of the FA Cup.last_img read more

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ACC, Barclays Center finalize deal to host 2017, 2018 basketball tournaments

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Two weeks after discussions began, a deal has been finalized establishing Barclays Center as the site of the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournament in 2017 and 2018, according to a USA Today report.Barclays Center, located in Brooklyn, N.Y., is expected to hold a press conference Wednesday to officially announce the deal.Four of the last five ACC tournaments have been held at Greensboro (N.C) Coliseum. It will again be the host venue in 2015, but the tournament will move to Washington, D.C.’s Verizon Center for 2016. With the addition of new members Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame, the ACC had its eyes set on New York as a new location. Madison Square Garden already has a long-term deal with the Big East.The 2-year-old Barclays Center recently hosted the Atlantic 10 tournament, which will have to look elsewhere — possibly Washington or Pittsburgh, the report said — for the tournament’s venue in 2017 and 2018 before returning to Barclays Center in 2019–21. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on March 25, 2014 at 12:01 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbblast_img read more

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Syracuse men’s soccer ties No. 8 Clemson in national semifinal rematch

first_img Published on October 21, 2016 at 10:47 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Just like in the College Cup semifinal, neither Syracuse nor Clemson mustered a goal in 110 minutes. This time, there were no penalty kicks to determine which team advanced to the national championship.Chances were few and far between on Friday night as both sides managed just two shots on goal, but a late acrobatic save by Syracuse goalkeeper Hendrik Hilpert preserved his eighth shutout of the season in No. 6 Syracuse’s (10-3-2, 3-2-2 Atlantic Coast) scoreless draw with No. 8 Clemson (9-2-4, 3-1-3) at Historic Riggs Field in Clemson, South Carolina.“No penalties this year, which was probably good for everybody,” SU head coach Ian McIntyre said. “These are fun games to be involved in. It’s a little bit helter-skelter. I think there probably could’ve been a little bit more quality in the 110 minutes.”SU and the Tigers are the top two teams in the ACC in terms of fouls committed, and both surpassed their season averages by committing 16 and 19, respectively. Syracuse’s Mo Adams, who has started every game thus far and scored his first-career goal against Hartford on Tuesday, will miss SU’s regular season finale due to suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season.The game was scrappy, and despite Syracuse dominating possession it wasn’t able to generate the chances it has on such a consistent basis. The Orange’s lone shot on goal in regulation was a soft header by Johannes Pieles that fell gently into the hands of Clemson goalkeeper Ximo Miralles.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the second overtime period, Hilpert came well off his line to clear a ball out of bounds, which he drilled right into the Clemson bench. He sprinted back to his net and on the next sequence made a diving save with his right hand on a near-post strike from Michael Melvin.“Collectively we defended extremely well,” McIntyre said. “To come on the road to a place like this and keep a clean sheet is terrific.”Syracuse’s draw kept it behind four other teams in the ACC standings with only the top four getting a bye in the upcoming conference tournament.The only team remaining on the Orange’s regular season schedule is No. 2 Wake Forest. Against the other four top-15 teams in the ACC the Orange has played, Syracuse has one goal combined.“It’s so difficult to get points in this league,” McIntyre said. “…I know that we have goals in this team.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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KELLY’S TOYOTA ‘REGISTER’ THEIR DELIGHT WITH MOST 142 REGISTRATIONS

first_imgKelly’s Toyota are delighted that Toyota has once again proved the most popular in the new 142 registration period with 58 new registrations. It is the best-selling marque in Donegal in 2014 with 14.5% market share and the continued success of the brand proves its reliability, value and popularity among our customers.According to SIMI the official provider of statistics in the Irish Motor Industry, Toyota leads the way in Donegal with 298 registrations for the year to date, followed by Volkswagen with 262 and KIA with 211. For the new period – July 14, Toyota had 58 registrations, Volkswagen 58 and Hyundai 51.Toyota models occupy 4 of the Top 10 spots in Donegal at the end of July with the Auris leading the way followed by the Corolla, Rav 4 & Yaris.The new Rav 4 and Corolla have proved extremely popular in 2014 among our customers, with the new Rav 4 available from just €299 per month there has never been a better time to buy.Toyota has picked up many accolades in the last year, the most recent of which was last week when they were voted the joint number one manufacturer topping two key categories in the 2014 Which? Car Survey. The Auris winning the category of most reliable medium sized car under three years old, while Verso earned the title of most reliable MPV under three years old.Late last year an independent study revealed that Toyota cars were No 1 in Ireland for retaining their value longer that other car brands.When it comes to buying a new car, the assessment of true value goes well beyond the initial retail price.People need to consider not only the day to day running costs, but also the total cost of ownership – including what the value of their car is when it comes time to change it.Toyota have recently launched a huge number of new models into the Irish market including all-new Corolla, Rav4, Prius+, Verso and Auris Touring Sports, and now have the widest and newest line of car models available from any manufacturer in Ireland. The good news is they are soon to be joined by the new Aygo and Yaris which are expected in September.It’s not too late to order your new car, call into our showrooms in Mountcharles & Letterkenny where our sales staff will be happy to discuss your needs.Your 142 Toyota is waiting for you.KELLY’S TOYOTA ‘REGISTER’ THEIR DELIGHT WITH MOST 142 REGISTRATIONS was last modified: August 7th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessDonegal 142 registrationsFeaturesKelly’s ToyotanewsNoticeslast_img read more

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