Gold Coast property most viewed online

first_img129 George St, Burleigh Heads. 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe unusual build makes an impact from the front with a stone facade and features three separate living levels.Marketing Agent Sean Graves of NGU Real Estate Gold Coast said he was expecting a crowd at Sunday’s auction following a successful marketing campaign.“We’ve had lots of interest,” he said.“Over the past three weeks we’ve had 26 groups through.” 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.It was also the only Queensland property in the top 10.The vendor, Val Llewellyn, built two three-level duplexes on the hillside at 129 George St West, Burleigh Heads.“The design brief was to create a very luxurious living environment that maximises the views of both properties and from all living areas and bedrooms,” Mr Llewellyn said.“We definitely achieved that.” 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.A GOLD Coast property going to auction this weekend is attracting national interest as the most clicked on property across the country.The contemporary Burleigh Heads duplex, that featured on the cover of the Gold Coast Southern Sun real estate liftout this week, recorded the most clicks for a property going to auction on between May 10 and May 17.center_img 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.The upper level forms the social heart of the home with open plan living spaces and the kitchen. Stacking doors bring the indoors outside.The middle level is flexible with a media room and gym alongside the bedrooms while the lowest level is dedicated to a master retreat. 129 George St, Burleigh Heads.“The way the home was designed is very unique — you’re inside and would have no idea there is another duplex next door.”The property goes under the hammer on Sunday at 3pm.last_img read more

Cricket News Need to be at our best to beat India, says Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed

first_imgDubai: A comprehensive win over Hong Kong is a perfect start but Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed says his team will have to raise the game by several notches to outwit arch-rivals India in the much-awaited Asia Cup clash on Wednesday. Pakistan defeated Hong Kong by eight wickets Sunday night in the Asia Cup. Sarfraz said his team needs to iron out a few things before the clash against India.“As a captain, I saw a couple of things which we should work on. For us to go the distance in the tournament, we should have won this game (against Hong Kong) by nine or 10 wickets.“We also need to ball better with the new ball. We need to get early wickets with the new ball. It didn’t swing for us with the new ball, that is alarming for us,” Sarfraz said after the match.Also Read | WWE Hell in a Cell 2018: Bearded Brock Lesnar returns and here is WHAT he did!“We will work on it in our next practice session. It’s a good win but to win against India we have to be at our best in all the three departments,” he added.               Left-arm pacer Usman Khan was the star performer for Pakistan and was adjudged the Man-of-the-Match for picking up three wickets in an over that helped Pakistan bowl out Hong Kong for a paltry 116.Pakistan chased down the target with consummate ease, scoring 120 for 2 in 23.4 overs.“When I came to bowl in the first spell, I tried to pick wickets with the new ball, but luck was not with me. In the second spell, I got the ball to reverse swing and I managed to take wickets,” Usman said.Usman, however, was pulled out midway through his eighth over and hobbled off the ground raising fitness concerns.However, the 24-year-old said it was a case of minor bleeding which he suffered after slipping on the field.“It’s alright. I was bleeding from my feet but all is fine right now. I just slipped a little bit so I thought it would be safe to get it checked,” he said.Also Read | This former Indian cricketer says Ravi Shastri should be removed as head coachHong Kong skipper Anshuman Rath blamed his batsmen for not being able to put enough runs on the board.“Lots of soft dismissals. 120 (116) was not enough. It was a good wicket. Credit goes to the Pakistan bowlers,” he said.“Our off-spinners are top class, but we just didn’t have enough runs on the board. I think early on, it swung a bit, there was a bit of bounce.“We got through the start, but we couldn’t convert it. One fifty-run partnership is not enough to post a good total,” he added. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more