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Family home with pool and room to play to go under the hammer

first_imgThe home at 232 Duffield Rd, Clontarf is going under the hammerTHIS renovated brick home in Clontarf is proving popular with buyers looking for space. The home at 232 Duffield Rd sits on a 842sq m block with an in-ground pool.Harcourts Sales Redcliffe marketing agent Jenny Kunst said the block was larger than average for the area. The main bedroom gets plenty of natural light.Outside, the patio looks out over the saltwater swimming pool with deck and the low-maintenance yard. Ms Kunst said the vendors were moving interstate and would consider offers prior to auction. The Duffield Rd home will be auctioned on February 25 at 10am. There is plenty of space in the backyard, even with a pool.“We’ve had good numbers through the two open homes we’ve had so far,” Ms Kunst said.“And we’ve actually had a wide range of age groups through. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“They seem to like the good-size block, the lovely pool and that there is still room for the swing set and trampoline.” Ms Kunst said the four-bedroom home had been recently renovated and presented well.The open-plan hub of the home has new timber floors and a new kitchen with high-end cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. center_img The kitchen has been completely revampedThe renovated two-way bathroom has a freestanding bathtub, glass-screened shower and floating vanity. The master bedroom has mirrored built-in wardrobes and access to the back patio while the remaining bedrooms have built-in robes. last_img read more

Man Utd target at the centre of three-way transfer battle

first_imgAjax star, Donny van de Beek, is a target for three of Europe’s giants with the Dutch side ready to listen to offers. The versatile midfielder was one of the standouts last term as Ajax reached the last four of the Champions League. But their success has led to an exodus of their star players and Van de Beek could be next out of the door due to interest from Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. Mundo Deportivo understands that the aforementioned trio are the only clubs with a chance of landing the 23-year-old. Madrid have agreed a pre-contract agreement with the Dutchman according to reports but United could yet hijack the deal. The success of Bruno Fernandes has seen the Red Devils consider foreign imports having initially made adding homegrown talent a priority under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. But Juventus are ready to make it a three-way tussle and had dealings with Ajax last summer when they signed Matthijs de Ligt for £65m. Van de Beek’s value will no doubt increase if all three clubs make moves for him. His current deal in Amsterdam runs out in 2022. Should he depart this summer he will join De Ligt, Frenkie De Jong, Kasper Dolberg and Hakim Ziyech as players who have headed for pastures new in the last 12 months. Those departures have earned Ajax almost £200m though. Van de Beek has again been a leading light for the Dutch side this season with 10 goals and 11 assists in his 37 appearances. read also:Man Utd manager compiles 14-name transfer list But the Eredivisie was declared void last week with Ajax sitting top on goal difference. It means their 3-1 win at Heerenveen in March could prove to be Van de Beek’s last outing for the Dutch side. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneThe Best Cars Of All TimeDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee10 TV Characters Who Were Destined To Become Iconic7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseRobert Pattinson Showed The GQ Magazine What Quarantining Meanslast_img read more

Outdoor track athletes named to PVC All-Conference teams

first_imgELLSWORTH — Eleven Hancock County athletes were recognized as members of the Penobscot Valley Conference All-Conference outdoor track first teams.The following were selected as the top PVC athletes:Small school boys’ first team: John Hassett of GSA (800-meter run and 1,600-meter run); and Johann Bradley of Bucksport (pole vault).Small school girls’ first team: Mavis Taungatu’a of Bucksport (shot put) and Morgan Dauk of GSA (javelin).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textLarge school boys’ first team: Ryan Bender of MDI (200-meter dash and 400-meter dash); MDI’s Ryan Bender, Griffin Maristany, Billy Kerley and Josh Bloom (4×400-meter relay); and Evan Jeannotte of MDI (javelin).Large school girls’ first team: Kiona Osterlin of Ellsworth (1,600-meter run); and Ashley Anderson of MDI (200-meter dash).The following Hancock County athletes made All-Conference second teams:Small school boys’ second team: Brendan Penfold of Deer Isle-Stonington (3,200-meter run); Alex Taylor-Lash of GSA (110-meter hurdles); GSA’s Eason Ye, Cameron Gordon, Walker Ellsworth and Steven Wang (4×100-meter relay); GSA’s John Hassett, Walker Ellsworth, Cameron Gordon and Ollie Dillon (4×400-meter relay); and Alexey Prokopov of GSA (shot put).Small school girls’ second team: Hanna Jordan of GSA (400-meter dash); Mary Richardson of GSA (3,200-meter run); Eliza Broughton and Bella Cimeno of GSA (300-meter hurdles); GSA’s Mazie Smallidge, Bella Cimeno, Zeya Lorio and Morgan Dauk (4×400-meter relay); GSA’s Zeya Lorio, Mary Richardson, Hanna Gutow and Eliza Broughton (4×800-meter relay); and Mavis Taungatu’a of Bucksport (javelin).Large school boys’ second team: Ryan Bender of MDI (100-meter dash); Mark Berry of Ellsworth (1,600-meter race walk); Josh Bloom of MDI (300-meter hurdles); Ellsworth’s John McKechnie, Matt Frost, Mark Berry and Camden Holmes and MDI’s Josh Bloom, Thorin Smith, Sean Murray and Billy Kerley (4×800-meter relay); and Croix Albee of MDI (shot put, discus and javelin).Large school girls’ second team: Ashley Anderson of MDI (100-meter dash); MDI’s Ashley Anderson, Lily Turner, Adriana Novella and Paige Mason (4×100-meter relay); and MDI’s Adrianna Novella, Sydney Kachmar, Grace Rodick and Ashley Anderson (4×400-meter relay).last_img read more