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More than 50 Gold Coast properties to go under hammer

October 6, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: zuwmcftfp.

first_imgThe view from the property at 15 Queen Anne Crt, Sovereign Islands, which is also going under the hammer on Sunday. Floor to ceiling windows offer the best views from the bedroom. Ray White Queensland chief auctioneer Mitch Peereboom in action.MORE than 50 Gold Coast homes will go under the hammer this weekend in an auction event being held to leverage off the region’s exposure during the Commonwealth Games.Hundreds of people are expected at Ray White Queensland’s Gold Coast Auction Spectacular on Sunday.Houses, apartments and land are among the millions of dollars worth of property on offer at Main Beach’s Sheraton Grand Mirage from 10am.Ray White Queensland chief auctioneer Mitch Peereboom said it was a strategic decision to hold the event this weekend. One of the bedrooms. Ray White Queensland chief auctioneer Mitch Peereboom in action. The property at 112 Cypress Terrace, Palm Beach, is among the more than 50 properties that will go to auction on Sunday.center_img It has an open plan living area.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“As a group, our Ray White offices on the Gold Coast saw a real opportunity to capture the market’s attention during the Commonwealth Games and capitalise on the interest of buyers from all over the world,” he said.“An auction event of this size allows us to showcase so many different types of properties from all over the Gold Coast to potential buyers.”He said they had received a big response from buyers already, with some properties that had been scheduled to go to auction on the day already sold. The bathroom is heavenly with a window that extends into a skylight.Among those listed is a waterfront property at 15 Queen Anne Ct, Sovereign Islands, which has attracted plenty of attention.Ray White Sovereign Islands principal Ali Mian said interest in the prestige listing was coming from interstate and local buyers.“It’s prime land, north-facing with good views, a pontoon suitable for a large boat, and a beautiful house in a quiet position so there’s a lot going for it,” he said. The outdoor entertaining area overlooks the pool. The home theatre is the perfect spot for movie marathons.The three-level house included two master bedrooms, an impressive sports bar and media room, indoor and outdoor entertaining areas, and a lift.Mr Mian said buyers would have a wide variety of properties to choose from at the event. Top 3 prestige properties going to auction: – 15 Queen Anne Court, Sovereign Islands – 112 Cypress Tce, Palm Beach – 77 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waterslast_img read more

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Rory defends remarks on star pair

September 21, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: fofabvlic.

first_imgRory McIlroy has defended his comments about Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson being in “the last few holes of their careers”. ” But it’s a lot of golf for him to play in such a short space of time. So you could see he was getting a little tired the last couple of weeks. And, I mean, Tiger’s not here just because he’s been injured or he is injured. He hasn’t had the opportunity to play. “But I think if he gets back and when he gets back to full fitness, you’ll see him back here again. So I’m not sure…they’re just getting older. Phil’s 43 or whatever (actually 44) and Tiger’s nearly 40 (Woods turns 39 in December). “So they’re getting into the sort of last few holes of their career. And that’s what happens. You get injured. Phil has to deal with an arthritic condition as well. So it obviously just gets harder as you get older. I’ll be able to tell you in 20 years how it feels.” Despite simply stating the facts, McIlroy’s comments inevitably generated comments on social media and the four-time major winner later wrote on his Twitter account: ” Got a question today about Tiger and Phil… Gave an honest answer, was very complimentary about the 2 best golfers of this generation. “Golfers on average have a 20-25 year career, both into the back 9 of their careers… Don’t think there’s anything wrong with saying that.” World number one McIlroy first addressed the issue during his pre-tournament press conference at the Tour Championship in Atlanta, which will not feature either Woods or Mickelson for the first time since 1992. The 25-year-old was asked if that represented a changing of the guard in golf and said: ” Not really. I mean, Phil has played well in parts this year. He came really close to winning the PGA (finishing second behind McIlroy). I feel like he’s gotten a little better as the year has went on. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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