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There are polished timber floors, VJ walls and arched fretwork.Mr Finney said the home was one of the oldest in the area, believed to be built in 1892 — something which was evident through the character of the residence. The home at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill, will go under the hammer.Place Bulimba lead agent Shane Hicks said the home at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill had one of the most impressive wardrobes he had ever seen.“It’s not just a walk-in robe but a dressing room,” Mr Hicks said.“It’s actually one of the best robes I’ve ever seen.“The master is very luxurious, it’s like checking into the Marriott.” The bathroom is classic and has a claw foot bath.“It’s got all the charm of the era with a decorative archway between the lounge and dining,” he said.“You can see the city lights while sitting on the couch in the lounge.” The pool has a water feature and can be seen from the kitchen.Downstairs is a study, media room, laundry, powder room, and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining which opens out to an alfresco dining area and an inground pool.Upstairs is the home’s four bedrooms, including the master suite, a third living space and a second bathroom. The home has bay views.“It’s a unique colonial home and it has bay views from two levels,” Mr Myers said.“It’s unusual as it is a close walk to the esplanade with views.“A lot have views from up on the hill but then it’s not the easiest walk to the water.” The living space is open-plan.Mr Hicks said the home would be suited to a family and those looking for easy living.“The way it’s laid out could cater for both young children or teenagers,” he said.“It would also be good for people who want a low-maintenance lifestyle.”The home will go under the hammer on July 28 at 11am.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours ago The kitchen at 68 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum.The abode has polished timber floorboards, VJ walls and raked ceilings, as well as the opportunity to provide an income or dual living.“It has a separate area which is used as and Airbnb and is usually occupied for 95 per cent of the month,” Mr Myers said.The auction is on July 28, at 2.30pm. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenJuly 20: Liz Tilley talks dream homes06:36 The home at 39 Stoneleigh St, Albion, will go to auction at noon on July 28.Later in the day, a home at Albion will go to market for the first time in more than three decades.Ray White Albion sales executive Jon Finney said the area had been becoming more hip and the 39 Stoneleigh St home was on a 810sq m block — which was rare for the inner-city.“It’s an emerging area, its in no small part due to the gentrification that’s is happening now and continuing to happen, with the $750-odd million redevelopment happening around the Albion train station,” Mr Finney said.“It’s on the verge of going off (and) the owners have loved being able to walk to the train station to get into the city.” The home at 68 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum, will go under the hammer.It’s not the only century old home going under the hammer on Saturday, with 65 Kingsley Tce at Wynnum joining it.Ray White Manly sales agent Richard Myers said the home was across three-levels, and had views out to the ocean. The kitchen is modern.The agent said the vendors had lived there since they got married 33 years ago and it was now time for them to downsize.The home will go to auction on July 28, noon. The dressing room at 11 The Promenade, Camp Hill is every fashionista’s dream.A CENTURY old home with bay views, a charming residence on a rare-sized inner-city block and a new build with a wardrobe set to be the envy of any fashionista will all go under the hammer this Saturday. The ensuite has a soaker tub and a shower and toilet that can be closed off from the room.The two-level home sits on a 405sq m block, and is in the sought after blue-chip area named The Avenues. read more
Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on January 24, 2019 at 11:43 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (14-5, 5-1 Atlantic Coast) cruised to its fifth conference win, beating Miami (9-9, 1-5) 73-53. The Orange shot 49.1 percent from the field overall and knocked down 14 of its 30 3-point attempts. Elijah Hughes led the Orange in scoring with 22, but SU relied on an all-around effort to maintain its three-game win streak that began with an upset of then-No. 1 Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium.Here’s what the beat writers had to say after SU’s win.
Share StumbleUpon SIS adds Irish Greyhound Derby to its portfolio August 13, 2020 SIS grows Latin American footprint through Betcris deal August 12, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Related Articles Racing content and data services provider Sports Information Services (SIS) has strengthened its position within Balkan markets after securing a new agreement with Meridianbet.SIS will deploy its ‘24/7 Live Betting Channel’ across Meridianbet’s retail outlets in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, as well as it’s online presence.Anze Gantar, Digital Sales Manager at SIS, said: “We’re delighted that Meridianbet customers will now have access to a huge number of new betting opportunities thanks to our 24/7 Live Betting Channel.“Our premium horse and greyhound racing content is unrivalled in the industry and will provide over 80,000 live betting events each year.”Under the new agreement, SIS will deliver its 24/7 Live Betting Channel which features a mix of leading horse and greyhound racing – including British and Irish horse racing and greyhound racing, in addition to international horse racing from Australia, Dubai, Latin America, Mauritius, and Korea.Zoran Milosevic, CEO at Meridianbet, commented: “We’re thrilled to have struck this deal with SIS for its 24/7 Live Betting Channel and we are excited about introducing it in-store and online to our customers.“We are confident that the channel will provide our customers with engaging multiple quick-fire betting opportunities, which will help to increase engagement, and provide incremental revenues.”Vladimir Stamenic, Product Manager, added: “With SIS’s expertise and a proven betting product, this deal allows us to significantly expand our horse and greyhound offering. We are sure that these events will appeal to our customers, offering them high quality competitive racing that will provide a great betting experience both online and in our retail shops.” Share Submit read more
“Usually you’ll have a couple guys that are in and out of a funk,” Angels infielder Zack Cozart said. “Right now, myself included, we haven’t put together a lot of stressful innings.”The Angels had seven hits to the Yankees’ 14, and went 0 for 5 with runners in scoring position.Since beginning the season 13-3, the Angels are 3-8 and have ceded first place in the American League West to the Houston Astros. An offense that’s batted .172 during that stretch has drawn much of the attention.The Angels’ problems Saturday ran deeper.Cozart had a chance to turn a routine ground ball into a forceout in the first inning. He lost track of the ball, which trickled onto the outfield grass, and Aaron Judge scored all the way from second base. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error PreviousThe throw to Angels catcher Martin Maldonado is too late and the Yankees’ Aaron Judge scores. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)The throw to Angels catcher Martin Maldonado is too late and the Yankees’ Aaron Judge scores. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsAngels outfielder Justin Upton can’t catch a high bounce at the wall during Saturday’s game against the New York Yankees. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)Angels outfielder Justin Upton can’t catch a high bounce at the wall during Saturday’s game against the New York Yankees. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)Angel third baseman Luis Valbuena is late with a throw to first during Saturday’s game against the Yankees. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)New York’s Masahiro Tanaka delivers a first inning pitch against the Angels on Saturday. The Angels were playing the New York Yankees at Anaheim Stadium on Saturday, April 28. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)New York Yankees relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman winds up to throw against the Los Angeles Angels during the 10th inning of a baseball game, Friday, April 27, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)New York Yankees’ Didi Gregorius watches after hitting a home run during the 10th inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Friday, April 27, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)New York Yankees’ Gary Sanchez, right, scores on a triple by Aaron Hicks as Los Angeles Angels catcher Martin Maldonado takes a late throw during the second inning of a baseball game Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, of Japan, throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees’ Gary Sanchez is congratulated in the dugout after scoring on a triple by Aaron Hicks during the second inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge hits an RBI-double during the second inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, of Japan, throws to the plate during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge tosses and catches his bat after striking out during the fifth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka, of Japan, throws during the sixth inning of the team’s baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday, April 28, 2018, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)The throw to Angels catcher Martin Maldonado is too late and the Yankees’ Aaron Judge scores. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)NextShow Caption1 of 15The throw to Angels catcher Martin Maldonado is too late and the Yankees’ Aaron Judge scores. (Photo by Bill Alkofer, Contributing Photographer)ExpandANAHEIM – The Angels did not play the New York Yankees on Saturday with a full deck of cards. Shohei Ohtani had a sprained left ankle. Andrelton Simmons had a sore right forearm.They had hope, briefly. Garrett Richards struck out Brett Gardner on four pitches to begin the game. Over the next hour the Angels unraveled, allowing 10 runs in two innings. The Yankees ultimately won 11-1 before an announced crowd of 44,649 whose loyalty was split more evenly than the final score.Richards became the second pitcher in franchise history to allow nine runs while failing to complete two innings. Ramon Ortiz allowed nine runs in two-thirds of an inning against the Chicago White Sox in September 2000. The Angels scored 12 runs that day. They still lost.Richards (3-1) recorded only five outs Saturday, but he received little help. A costly first-inning error led to four unearned runs, and the Angels didn’t get a hit off Masahiro Tanaka (4-2) until the fourth inning. “Instead of using two hands I should’ve just tried to glove it with one hand and … slow it down and got the one out instead of trying to get two,” he said.The hits kept coming. One run scored when catcher Martin Maldonado dropped a third strike. Five men crossed the plate in total – four runs were unearned – and the Yankees sent nine batters to the plate in the first inning.In the second inning, the Yankees sent 10 men to the plate.Gardner walked on four pitches and scored on an RBI double by Judge. With one out, Richards walked Gary Sanchez, again on four pitches, and allowed a bases-clearing triple to Aaron Hicks. Down 8-0, Angels manager Mike Scioscia decided he had seen enough. Richards threw just 55 pitches but wasn’t fooling anyone.Richards’ earned-run average was 3.46 when the day began. It rose to 4.88 after he allowed five earned runs in 1-2/3 innings. The right-hander walked three batters and struck out two.“The Yankees have a deep lineup, but when you give them five outs, you’re going to pay the price for that,” Scioscia said. “We did.”Eduardo Paredes allowed three consecutive singles and two more runs before Gardner mercifully grounded out to end the second inning. The damage had been done, the veneer of suspense lifted long before the beer taps ran dry.Mike Trout’s single in the fourth inning was the Angels’ first of seven hits. They didn’t score a run until Cozart hit a solo home run against Tanaka in the fifth.If overcoming a 10-0 deficit was too much to ask, the Angels’ biggest challenge was rationing the game’s final 7-1/3 innings after the bullpen threw five innings the night before.Paredes was charged with one run in 2-1/3 innings. Jose Alvarez threw a scoreless fifth inning. Noe Ramirez was charged with one run in 2-2/3 innings, when Blake Parker allowed an RBI single to the first batter he faced (Neil Walker) in the eighth inning. The Yankees didn’t score against Parker in the ninth.Judge (3 for 6) and Miguel Andujar (3 for 5) led the Yankees’ 14-hit attack. Their 7-8-9 hitters combined to go 7 for 15 with two doubles.The three-game series concludes Sunday. The day will begin with hope. Ohtani said through his interpreter that his ankle felt “a lot better.” He believed his regularly scheduled bullpen session would still be on, and that he would be allowed to bat against the Yankees, but acknowledged these decisions were out of his hands.“In understanding Shohei’s history, talking to his manager and pitching coach in Japan, he’s never going to back down. Always going to want to go out there and pitch or play,” Scioscia said. “So we have to be the ones that make the decisions to make sure he’s 100 percent. It’ll come from our medical department.”Simmons had played in three of the Angels’ four games since he was hit by a pitch last Sunday. Scioscia said Simmons’ right forearm grew “a little bit sore” last night, and the shortstop was scratched as a precaution. But there was a chance he could play Sunday, too.In Japan, Saturday’s game might be remembered as a missed opportunity. It was a national telecast in two countries – not to mention a sellout at Angel Stadium – with a potential matchup between Ohtani and Tanaka at stake. It would have been the first time Ohtani had faced a pitcher from his homeland in the United States.For the rest of the Angels, any opportunity for a victory vanished far too soon.“We’re going to throw this one out and be ready (Sunday),” Cozart said. read more
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