86 Diamond St, Holland Park.Mr Hay said Holland Park prices had surged over the last 12 months with people citing amenities, lifestyle and proximity to schools and transport as being the major factors for them searching in the area. 86 Diamond St, Holland Park. 86 Diamond St, Holland Park.Mr Hay said the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home also fetched a record sale price for the pocket known as the ‘Jewel Box’.The home features ducted multiple zoned air conditioning, internet cabling with multiple hard wired stations, garden irrigation system, mixed Australian hardwood flooring throughout, huge amounts of storage, ceiling fans in all bedrooms and living areas, and room for up to four cars and more than enough room to store a boat. 86 Diamond St, Holland Park.A building inspector has described this Brisbane property as the best renovation he has seen in the last 20 years.The property at 86 Diamond St, Holland Park recently sold for $1,213,500.Place — Coorparoo selling agent Scott Hay said the two-level home was bought by a local family.“It was a beautiful renovation, the owner had put a lot of care, money and effort into it and he painstakingly renovated it over the last two years,” Mr Hay said.“A building inspector described it as the best renovation he had seen in over 20 years”. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoThe pool area at 86 Diamond St, Holland Park.
The draw for the 2016 competition will take place tonight at 8pm. The Premier County will be looking to retain their Munster Hurling crown under new senior hurling manager Michael Ryan, while the footballers will also be under a new management team following the departure of Peter Creedon.
India captain Virat Kohli is going through a tough phase in Test cricket at the moment with a string of poor scores in the ongoing series against New Zealand on home soil. Coming in at No. 4, Kohli got out for 9 in India’s first innings on the first day of the second Test being played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. (Eden Test: Shastri slams Kohli for his poor shot selection)Kohli’s form has suddenly dipped which goes to show that he is only human after all. His record in 2016 has been exceptional up until now and it seems that the pressure of leading his side in front of home crowd is taking its toll on his batting. (Open letter to Virat Kohli: Almonds and coffee are fine but where are the runs at home?)Kohli became the full-time Test captain with the Fatullah Test against Bangladesh in June 2015. Since then he has lead the team in 14 Tests and scored 734 runs at an average of 36.70 with two centuries and as many fifties to his name. His tally of runs during this time also includes the double hundred he scored against the West Indies in Antigua last month. Since then he has accumulated just 87 runs in six innings with scores of 44, 3, 4, 9, 18, 9. (India vs New Zealand, Kolkata Test: Day 1 Highlights)KOHLI’S WORST STREAKS WITHOUT A FIFTYJuly-August 2014: 10 innings, 134 runs at an average of 13.40 and a highest score of 39August-December 2015: 8 innings, 161 runs at an average of 20.13 and a highest score of 44July-September 2016: 6* innings, 87 runs at an average of 14.50 and a highest score of 44advertisementNovember-December 2012: 6 innings, 85 runs at an average of 17.00 and a highest score of 20KOHLI GETTING DISMISSED FOR UNDER-20Before becoming full-time captain: 37.28 per centSince becoming full-time captain: 44.64 per centInterestingly, before taking over the captaincy from Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kohli was averaging 46.30 with 2547 runs in 33 games including 10 hundreds and as many half-centuries. He was scoring fifty or more in every 2.95 innings. Since becoming the full-time captain, the frequency has increased to 5 innings for every score of 50 or more. (Also Read: Can King Kohli bring his overseas form to India?)Kohli has built a reputation of being one of the best chasers in the game. His exploits while chasing a score in limited-overs cricket is well known by now and the pattern continues in the longest format. His average in the 1st and 3rd innings of a Test match are 31.48 and 24.10 respectively, while in 2nd and 4th innings averages are 70.68 and 60.81 respectively. He bats in a different level altogether when he has a target in sight. The last time he scored a fifty on home soil was against South Africa in the Freedom Series last year when he made 88 in the first Test of the four-match series at the Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi. (Also Read: Virat Kohli is a conventional cricketer with strong basics, says VVS Laxman)Repeated failures on home soil is frustrating not just for the player in question but also for the fans who come out in full support to watch their favourite batsman score big. While his captaincy has been highly impressive so far, the 27-year-old is facing one of the toughest challenges of his career with the bat. However, a champion player like Kohli is expected to overcome all these odds and roar back to form.