32 Highcrest Circuit, Molendinar. 32 Highcrest Circuit, Molendinar. 32 Highcrest Circuit, Molendinar.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“Leonie was working at Griffith Dental School at the uni and we were at Hope Island and it was taking her 35 minutes to come home at night,” Mr Walker said.“Australand (now Frasers Property) were just wrapping up their Crestwood Heights development.“They had two houses left and we decided to buy one.”The ground floor features a huge tiled entrance with LED downlights, spacious living area, study nook, two bedrooms and stacker doors that lead out to an undercover tiled patio and entertaining area. 32 Highcrest Circuit, Molendinar is on the market at $777,000.SET on a large corner block, this family home overlooks a park in Crestwood Heights.Seller Leonie Short and her partner John Walker bought the property in 2007, initially drawn to its Molendinar location. 32 Highcrest Circuit, Molendinar. The kitchen has Caesarstone benchtops, double pantry, and new Bosch appliances.Upstairs is three bedrooms including the main bedroom with a balcony and ensuite.Mr Walker said the house suited an intergenerational family with dual entry access as well as buyers looking for a low-maintenance lifestyle.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. 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 Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59The residence has been recently refurbished and updated.“It’s vacant and ready for buyers to move in,” Mr Walker said.
Health Facilities up to $20 million — Paynter Dixon Queensland Pty Ltd for Townsville Hospital Clinical Services Department Commercial Building over $50 million — Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty Ltd for International Terminal Building Northern Concourse Expansion Best Residential Bathroom — D T L Constructions Pty Ltd for Villa Florentine THE QUEENSLAND WINNERS Home Renovation/Remodelling Project over $1 million — Taranaway Building & Landscapes Pty Ltd for Verney Project It’s opulent, it’s grand — yet extremely functional.“The home is essentially a slice of Europe on the Gold Coast.“It exudes luxury and quality, without being too much, or over the top.“It’s the subtle, yet intricate and thoughtful details that made is stand out from the crowd.” Retail Facilities over $5 million — ADCO Constructions Pty Limited T/A ADCO for Willows Shopping Centre, Stage North Expansion Refurbishment/Renovation up to $750,000 — Askonstructions Pty Ltd T/A Hotondo Homes Toowoomba for Hotondo Homes Toowoomba — Office & Showroom Individual Home $351,000 — $450,000 — Blinco Constructions Pty Ltd for Kingfisher INDIVIDUAL Education Facilities up to $10 million — Badge Constructions (Qld) Pty Ltd for Somerville House, Seymour Library Commercial Trade Contractor of the Year — Arden Architectural Pty Ltd for Aurizon Display Home $251,000 — $350,000 — Cummins Constructions Pty Ltd T/A GJ Gardner Homes — Gold Coast North for Gold Coast Beachmere Display Rising Star — Robert Gray from Graya Construction Pty Ltd >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Institute of Building Consultants — Andrew Mackie-Smith from BuildingPro Diversity — MiHaven Pty Ltd Home Renovation/Remodelling Project $276,000 — $575,000 — Urbane Build Pty Ltd for Cavell St The Cairns Aquarium was the obvious winner for 2018 Project of the Year.“Where else can you find a man-built attraction that showcases so many World Heritage-listed attractions in the one spot? It really is a one-of-a-kind, world class venue.” The home has brought a slice of Europe to the Gold Coast.“You can see the high degree and quality of workmanship from the moment you walk into this place,” Mr Galvin said.“While it’s opulent and grand, it’s extremely functional, practical and liveable; a combination that can be extremely tricky to achieve, but one the team from D T L Constructions have done seamlessly. House of the Year — D T L Constructions Pty Ltd for Villa Florentine CONSTRUCTION Best Use of Steel Frame Housing — Alpha Steel Building Systems Pty Ltd for Views on Clarke Display Home $451,000 — $550,000 — McLachlan Special Projects Pty Ltd for The Mantra You can see the quality of workmanship from the moment you enter.Master Builders’ CEO Grant Galvin said D T L Constructions’ Sanctuary Cove home, Villa Florentine, was something you would tell your friends about — it was that spectacular. The master suite is ‘opulent’ to say the least.Mr Galvin said the Cairns Aquarium was the obvious winner for the 2018 Project of the Year.“Not only because it’s Australia’s first aquarium in 18 years, but because it’s provided such a massive boost to the local economy,” he said. Residential Trade Contractor of the Year — Filippo Grasso T/A Rock Solid Tiling for View Residence Community Service Facilities — Murchie Constructions Pty Ltd for Bundaberg Multiplex, Stage 2 Individual Home $651,000 — $750,000 — Matt Greenwood Constructions Pty Ltd for Riverstone The home has ample living space, but a functional flow and ample privacy.“The laundry really blew us away; the stainless steel benchtop is extremely functional and perfect for a big family.“Each bedroom is themed, giving each room its own unique personality.“The master suite is opulent to say the least — everywhere you turn, you just go ‘wow’ — the liveability and general finishesof this place made it an absolute standout.” Health Facilities over $20 million — Cockram (Qld) Pty Ltd for Brisbane Private Hospital In-Patient Unit Facility The home exudes luxury without being too over the top.The judges commented on the functionality, which they said was really made it stand out.“The master suite at one end and the other bedrooms at the other end of the house, with living space in between, means there’s a functional flow and plenty of privacy for family members,” they said. Home Renovation/Remodelling Project up to $275,000 — KARDA Constructions Pty Ltd for Air House Industrial Building up to $5 million — Clarke’s Project Management Pty Ltd T/A Clarke’s Design & Construct for Tekno Auto Racing — DUX76 Best Residential Kitchen — Platinum Property Group Pty Limited T/A Platinum Residential Designer Homes for Home Waters Best Use of Sloping Sites — Coastal Edge Constructions Pty Ltd for Turtle Bay Tourism and Leisure Facilities up to $10 million — Ruby Developments Pty Ltd for Living Gems Pacific Paradise — Country Club Residential Building (high-rise over 3 storeys) up to $20 million — Stokes Wheeler Pty Ltd for Main Beach Apartments Retail Facilities up to $5 million — Leith Mitchell T/A Leith Mitchell Builder for Northerlies at Freedom Shores This year’s House of the Year, Villa Florentine, is the kind of home you would “tell your friends about”.A European-inspired mansion in the state’s south and a world-class, one-of-a-kind tourist attraction in the state’s north, have taken top honours at this year’s Queensland Housing and Construction Awards. Residential Building (high-rise over 3 storeys) over $20 million — Cavcorp Qld Pty Ltd for Lucent Gasworks Display Home $351,000 — $450,000 — Ownit Homes Pty Ltd for Hamilton 317 Excellence in Energy Efficiency and Environmental Management — Jorgensens Pty Ltd for Loving Hearts Child Care Centre and Kindergarten Excellence in Workplace Health and Safety — Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty Ltd for Toolbox Spotter Individual Home over $2 million — D T L Constructions Pty Ltd for Villa Florentine Individual Home $251,000 — $350,000 — Swish Design & Construct Pty Ltd T/A Swish Homes Queensland for Sander House Display Home up to $250,000 — Bold Properties (Qld) Pty Ltd T/A Bold Living for Calypso 187 TRADE CONTRACTOR/SPECIALTY Refurbishment/Renovation over $750,000 — Lendlease Building Pty Ltd for NAB Place Lifestyle Housing for High Care Needs, Disabled and Seniors Award — Askonstructions Pty Ltd T/A Hotondo Homes Toowoomba for Blair Lifestyle Home Display Home over $551,000 — Critter Pty Ltd T/A PS Designer Homes for Brookwater Home Commercial Building $5 million — $50 million — FDC Construction & fit-out (QLD) Pty Limited for NEXTDC B2 Medium Density up to 3 Storeys — 2 to 5 Dwellings — Dj Buckley Builders Pty Ltd T/A DS & B Joinery for Curtis St People’s Choice — Corella Construction Pty Ltd for The Vine House HOUSING Individual Home $551,000 — $650,000 — REA Taylah’d Homes Pty Ltd for REA Anchorage Home Individual Home up to $250,000 — Comfort Homes (QLD) Pty Ltd for Poinciana 196 Best Residential Swimming Pool — Benjamin Young T/A Unique Pools for Bribie Contemporary Education Facilities over $10 million — ADCO Constructions Pty Limited T/A ADCO for Southern Cross University, Building C Individual Home $1.26 million — $2 million — Mancorp Quality Homes Pty Ltd for Bribie Contemporary Individual Home $751,000 — $950,000 — D T L Constructions Pty Ltd for Augusta on Brookwater MAJOR It is a ‘one-of-a-kind, world class venue’.The winners were honoured at last night’s ceremony held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. FK Gardner & Sons and D T L Constructions were recognised for their contributions to building Queensland communities, taking home Project of the Year and House of the Year respectively. President’s Award — Swish Design & Construct Pty Ltd T/A Swish Homes Queensland for Sander House More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago Project of the Year — FK Gardner & Sons for Cairns Aquarium Home Renovation/Remodelling Project $576,000 — $1 million — Graya Construction Pty Ltd for The Russet House Women in Building — Rachael Turner from Yowassup Pty Ltd T/A Front Porch Properties Industrial Building over $5 million — FDC Construction & fit-out (QLD) Pty Limited for Asahi Beverages Heathwood Logistics Facility Medium Density up to 3 storeys — over 5 Dwellings — AMD Quality Constructions Pty Ltd for Vuze Individual Home $451,000 — $550,000 — Executive Living Homes Pty Ltd for Botanical Abode Community Accommodation for Aged Care and Nursing Homes — Cockram (Qld) Pty Ltd for Regis Chelmer Aged Care Facility Commercial Building up to $5 million — J Hutchinson Pty Ltd T/A Hutchinson Builders for Peregian Beach Digital Hub Sporting Facilities — Hansen Yuncken Pty Ltd for Carrara Sports Precinct Projects Individual Home $951,000 — $1.25 million — Clamroc Constructions Pty Ltd for Sirena Tourism and Leisure Facilities over $10 million — FK Gardner & Sons for Cairns Aquarium Excellence in Sustainable Living — MyStyle Homes (QLD) Pty Ltd for MyTenacity
Southampton held on for a 1-0 win over Brighton at the AMEX Stadium which also boosted the Saints’ prospects and ultimately confirmed Huddersfield’s fate.Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg scored what turned out to be the only goal in the 53rd minute but Brighton pressed for an equaliser, with Anthony Knockaert among those who missed good chances.Burnley 2-0 Wolverhampton WanderersBurnley boosted their survival hopes with a 2-0 win over Wolves at Turf Moor.Conor Coady’s second-minute own goal gave the Clarets a dream start and although the visitors dominated for much of the second period, 19-year-old Dwight McNeil fired home the second goal in the 77th minute.Crystal Palace 2-0 Huddersfield TownHuddersfield’s defeat at Selhurst Park confirmed their relegation from the Premier League.Wilfried Zaha was brought down in the area by Juninho Bacuna, referee Lee Probert had little choice but to award the 76th-minute penalty that essentially consigned the visitors to relegation.The reliable Milivojevic confidently finished down the middle as Hamer dived, giving Palace the lead.Zaha then sent Van Aanholt clear in the 88th minute and watched as the full-back shot at an angle past Ben Hamer and into the back of the net.Leicester City 2-0 BournemouthJamie Vardy’s 82nd-minute header sealed a comfortable 2-0 win for Leicester over Bournemouth.The Foxes had taken the lead in the 11th minute through Wes Morgan and Vardy’s late intervention confirmed a third straight win under new boss Brendan Rodgers.Manchester United 2-1 WatfordOle Gunnar Solskjaer’s first match as permanent Manchester United boss ended with a victory at Old Trafford thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.Abdoulaye Doucoure scored late on for the impressive visitors but it was United who moved up to fourth with the win. On Saturday in Week 32 of the Premier League, Manchester United beat Watford while Huddersfield got relegated after losing at Crystal Palace as part of the 3pm kick-offs on Citi 97.3 FM.Brighton and Hove Albion 0-1 Southampton Source: talkSPORT
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal will face a stern test of their Premier League title credentials when they take on Liverpool on Wednesday.Wenger’s side head to Anfield two points clear at the head of the table and having won five of their last six league games.The weekend FA Cup third round victory over Sunderland extended their winning run and Wenger acknowledges his side’s recent success has strengthened the belief they can push on during the second half of the season.The Gunners manager, though, knows any meeting with Liverpool carries an extra edge that was demonstrated when the sides met on Merseyside last season, with the home side clinching a point thanks to Martin Skrtel’s stoppage-time equaliser.”The momentum creates confidence and confidence is vital at that level,” Wenger said.”In December and now in January we have been consistent and we go into a very important part of the season because we play many games. “Every time we go to Anfield, we face a team who is up for it. It’s always a ferocious battle, no matter who the manager is.”They had a very strong manager before, they have a very strong one now and Jurgen Klopp has the personality to do well there.”Wenger hopes to add Basle midfielder Mohamed Elneny to his squad this week.”I expect Mohamed yes, we are positive that this week it can happen,” he said.And his options will shortly be strengthened by the return to fitness of Alexis Sanchez, although the Chile striker will not make the trip to Liverpool. “We think he will be short for Wednesday,” said Wenger.”He has a chance to be available for Sunday against Stoke. He is always keen to play.”BIG CHALLENGELiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is looking forward rather than back as he prepares to take on Wenger in English football for the first time.The pair have previously met at Champions League level with honours almost even, Wenger enjoying three wins to Klopp’s two and a draw from his time in charge at Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund. Klopp took over at Liverpool after the sides had drawn 0-0 at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League in August.And the German admits watching Wenger’s work at closer quarters has impressed him even more as the Liverpool boss prepares for huge back-to-back home games against the Gunners and Manchester United.”We shouldn’t talk too much about my experiences of playing against Arsenal. We will find a current plan for this game,” Klopp said.”It’s always a big challenge to play against clubs like Arsenal or Manchester United.”It’s a good challenge, not easy, but really interesting. We have to make good decisions in the right moment. We are looking forward to these games. “My respect for Arsene Wenger grows day by day. It’s really intensive to work in the Premier League and he’s done a brilliant job.”Klopp’s remarks regarding Wenger, looking to lead Arsenal to a fourth league title but first since 2004, reflect his initial impressions of managing in England.Klopp, who took over at Anfield in October, said that the number of fixtures has been the biggest difference to managing on the continent, with Liverpool facing the possibility of playing nine games in January.That workload is stretching a squad that has been badly hit by injuries, although Klopp hopes to have a number of key players back for the game on Wednesday when the eighth-placed Reds will be looking for a third win in four league games.After having no senior central defenders available for last Friday’s 2-2 FA Cup draw at Exeter, ex-Arsenal defender Kolo Toure and Mamadou Sakho are both expected to be fit. Captain Jordan Henderson is also set to return in midfield and winger Jordon Ibe is fit after hamstring trouble.–