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Rarely does a property so completely live up to its name

first_img86 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.center_img 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.last_img read more

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F’Eagles Arrive Calabar as Chukwueze Shines

first_imgShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Nigeria U-20 squad yesterday flew into Calabar, capital of Cross River State as the football –loving State returns to the front burner of international football action.Coach Emmanuel Amuneke led a group of 25 players and three officials into Canaan City, as the Flying Eagles intensify preparations for weekend’s 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Young Swallows of Burundi.Calabar is hosting the return leg match this Saturday, which should be a soft session for the African champions, who pipped the Young Swallows 1-0 in Bujumbura two weeks ago.Meanwhile, Chile 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup bronze ball winner Samuel Chukwueze has continued in fine form in friendly matches ahead of the clash, causing serious havoc to opposition defence –lines.Just two days after his brace helped the Flying Eagles demolish Nigeria National League side, Shekarau Babes FC in a friendly match played on the artificial pitch of the FIFA Goal Project in Abuja, the winger was again at his imperious best netting twice in the second half as the Emmanuel Amuneke tutored side saw off Amakson Football Academy 3-0 in another friendly match at the weekend at the same venue.The galloping winger was at his usual slippery best all through the entertaining affair and received huge applause from the crowd, among them players of the National U-17 team currently in Abuja for a screening exercise supervised by team Coach Manu Garba.The UJ Esuene Stadium, which has played host to several Super Eagles and Golden Eaglets’ international matches over the past few years, will host this weekend’s clash between the Flying Eagles and the Young Swallows. The winner on aggregate will reach the final round of the qualification series for the 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations, where Sudan will be the opposition.last_img read more

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