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Hamptons style in Brisbane’s north is going under the hammer

first_imgThere is room for lots of outfits in this walk-in dressing room.At the time, the house was a simple post-war three-bedroom home that was perfect for renovation. “My husband did all the design and my job was to make it all look luxurious,” Mrs Summers said.“We had lived in a lot of houses before this so we made this exactly what we wanted.”The home was built up with the underneath of the house becoming an extra storey, and a pool was added in the backyard.The home was modelled to embrace the Hamptons style which is very popular across Brisbane at the moment. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago Why limit yourself to just a pool when you can have a sauna as well.“We feel it meshes well with the Queenslander style of home,” she said.A number of the more unique additions to the renovations include an infra-red sauna and a dressing room which Mrs Summers calls her “she shed”.“That was a later addition, it was originally a balcony but we just didn’t use it,” she said.“We wanted everywhere in the house to be a usable space.” REAL ESTATE: 49 Nicholson Street Mitchelton. Picture: realestate.com.auTHERE are a few special rooms inside 49 Nicholson Street that you are unlikely to find in many other Mitchelton homes.The Hamptons style home was a passion project for Kelly Summers and her husband Scott, who purchased the property six years ago. Inside 49 Nicholson Street.As well as a fully-equipped kitchen on the ground floor, there is a second barbecue kitchen in the outdoor dining area, complete with its own fridge and an installed barbecue.“We have had a lot of good barbecues out there,” she said. Outdoor entertaining with a fridge and a bbq.Once the house sells, the couple plan on buying another older Brisbane home and doing another complete renovation.Mrs Summers said the home would be ideal for young families, or older couples that had children or grandchildren that visit. The home is going under auction on Saturday, April 28 at 12.30pm.last_img read more

PSG eye £45m move for Arsenal star this summer

first_img Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Insane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtMysterious Astrological Discoveries That Left Scientists Baffled5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney Princesses7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon Paris Saint-Germain are moving towards making a summer move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as they look to get ‘value for money’ by landing the Arsenal striker.Advertisement Aubameyang has been a star in the Gunners’ attack since arriving in 2018, scoring 61 goals in just 97 games.But the striker is yet to commit to a new deal at the Emirates Stadium and could leave in a cut-price move at the end of the season with just one year left on his contract.His situation has attracted growing interest from PSG, who believe they can sign the 30-year-old for a fee between £36million and £45million in the summer according to le10sport.A striker appears to be a priority at the French champions, with a replacement needing to be found for Mauro Icardi.Although the Argentine has struck 20 goals in just 31 games this term on loan from Inter Milan, PSG are yet to trigger an option to make the move permanent in a clause that expires on May 31.Aubameyang has grown frustrated at the Emirates Stadium despite his excellent form that saw him end last season as the Premier League’s top goalscorer.The 30-year-old has been a star since his 2018 arrival, winning the golden boot last seasonRead Also: Inter to sign PSG star as replacement for Barca-bound MartinezThe Gunners have now spent three years outside the Champions League and look set to miss out again this term as they trail fourth place Chelsea by eight points in the table.However there are plenty of suitors looking to land the Gabon international, with Barcelona also monitoring his situation. Inter Milan have also been keeping tabs but are unlikely to be able to afford his wages should they wish to pursue a deal.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… last_img read more

Claudio Ranieri still amused by Leicester title talk

first_imgClaudio Ranieri admits he still laughs at suggestions his Leicester side can win the Barclays Premier League this season. Press Association Leicester have continued to defy the odds as a season set to be another battle against the drop has morphed into one which leaves them as genuine title contenders in January. But Ranieri, who saw Huth head home Christian Fuchs’ 82nd-minute corner to wrap up the win at Tottenham four days after they drew 2-2 at White Hart Lane in the FA Cup, insists he still finds it amusing when people say his team can lift the title. When asked how he responds to questions about winning the league, the Italian replied: “I laugh! “It is January. If it was May, maybe! It is only January – it is not May. “It is okay, it is good, we will continue to work hard and remain on the ground. It is a crazy, crazy, crazy league this year.” Ranieri made nine changes from the team that was only a minute away from knocking Spurs out of the FA Cup on Sunday – only for Harry Kane to draw the hosts level with a late penalty. Riyad Mahrez and fit-again Jamie Vardy returned but it was Huth’s goal, his first of the season, and an inspired performance from goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel which were the backbone of a 12th league win of the campaign. “Vardy and Mahrez for us are very important and when you score without them you say ‘good’,” added Ranieri. The Foxes moved level on points with leaders Arsenal after Robert Huth’s late header saw them leave Tottenham with a 1-0 win on Wednesday evening. Those three points, coupled with Liverpool’s late leveller against the Gunners, leaves the top two locked together on 43 points. “We drew the match in the cup with Marcin Wasilewski and Shinji Okazaki (scoring) and then tonight with Robert Huth – it is good. “We created a lot of chances and not only with Mahrez or Vardy but a lot of players can make goals and that is important for the team. “We scored a goal and Kasper made a fantastic save – third match in a row, clean sheet, I’m very, very glad.” The save Ranieri alluded to saw the Dane turn Kane’s second-half effort onto the crossbar on what would be a frustrating night for the hosts and their head coach Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentinian was animated on the touchline as he saw his side dominate large spells of the game but ultimately end up empty-handed. While Pochettino was upset with not taking anything from the game, he believes Leicester fully deserve to be where they are in the table. “So far they deserve full credit for them,” he said. “I am very disappointed because we deserved more in the end. But full credit for them, for Leicester, they deserve to stay in the place that they are. “Nothing to say, only that we need to work more to try to improve and win games when we are in front of an opponent like Leicester, that are strong, play deeper, always long balls, and they believe in their way. “The frustration, the disappointment is that we gave all, a big effort from the players, they always tried to play and tried to create. We created the chances, we had the better possibilities to score. It is for that that it is too difficult and it’s hard to accept the result.” last_img read more