“Vibrant” selling market prompts duplex sale

first_imgThe galley-style kitchen. Indoor-outdoor living flows seamlessly.Since his tenants moved out, Mr Wolfe has “renovated it back to better than what it ever was before.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoHaving lived in the duplex himself before renting it out, Mr Wolfe said it had open-plan living areas and the entire top-level was a master retreat with views of the Broadwater and Surfers skyline. The kitchen is galley-style and a second living room has been wired, ready to be converted and used as a media room. The property has a 12.5 metre lap pool.“The top level also catches the sea breeze off the Broadwater, I don’t need to use the airconditioning much,” Mr Wolfe said.Set just back from Paradise Point Esplanade, the property is also central to shopping and transport.Mr Wolfe has listed his property due to timing and convenience.“Most of my work is in Sydney and Melbourne, albeit I can work out of Brisbane,” he said.“I think it’s a good time to sell, the Coast has come back and it’s quite vibrant.”center_img 1/17 Errol Ave, Paradise Point is set to go to auction next month.AFTER being a rental property for a while this Paradise Point home has undergone a “cosmetic renovation”, with the timber floors lacquered and the inside newly painted. The three-bedroom duplex, owned by David Wolfe, has a 12.5 metre swimming pool and an outdoor entertainment area.last_img read more

Mane jokes he would ‘dive’ again to win Liverpool penalty

first_img“It’s what I want to keep doing. If I get a penalty, yeah it’s a penalty. If no penalty, no penalty, but (it) will never change the way I’m playing or the way I’m doing my things.”Guardiola’s criticism was seen as the start of mind games leading up to Sunday’s Anfield encounter and Mane said the City boss had been a “bit clever” to get the attention of the referee.The defending Premier League champions trail Klopp’s side by six points but City are the only team to have beaten Liverpool in their past 50 league matches.“I can say one of the biggest tests, for sure,” said Mane. “But if you ask me I would say not only City because against Aston Villa you can see how the game was and Leicester also was really tough.“So I think we played already a few big games in this season and for sure City as well will be a big game.”Share on: WhatsApp Sadio ManeLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool forward Sadio Mane says he will not change his style of play despite Pep Guardiola’s “diving” accusation.The Manchester City boss made the claim at the weekend, when the Senegal international was booked after going down in the penalty area following a challenge by Aston Villa’s Frederic Guilbert.Manager Jurgen Klopp jumped to his defence and Guardiola subsequently rowed back on the comments, saying they were part of a longer speech in which he praised the forward.Mane, unaware of the subsequent climbdown, was unmoved by Guardiola’s initial criticism as he believes if there is contact he has a right to go down.And he offered a sarcastic response to the City boss ahead of the match between the two sides at Anfield on Sunday, saying: “If it could be a penalty for sure I will ‘dive’ again.“If the ‘dive’ will give me a penalty then I will do it. Why not? But what Jurgen said is correct. I do not dive,” said Mane.“There was contact (at Villa) for sure. Maybe it was not a penalty and he didn’t give it, and he gave me a yellow card. To be honest I don’t have any problem about it.last_img read more