103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Parade, Main Beach“A lot of astute interstate buyers have identified Main Beach as being a great place to live or invest due to its position and lifestyle on offer.” “Another example of this is 45 Cronin Ave which sold for a multimillion-dollar figure.”“This home was snapped up by an interstate buyer who decided Main Beach offered them a lifestyle they couldn’t pass up.” 103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Parade, Main Beach 103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Pde, Main BeachMore 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 agoThe sale follows that of the north-facing penthouse, which sold for $3.66 million in December. “The purchasers weren’t going in with the intention of buying the property but after seeing what was on offer and how special the penthouse is they immediately asked to register for the auction,” marketing agent Tolemy Stevens said at the time. Mr Stevens said Main Beach was experiencing a resurgence in popularity. 150/59 Pacific St, Main Beach.Last month, the Xanadu North penthouse sold for $5.3 million. Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige marketing the three-level luxury residence at 150/59 Pacific St. Mr Graham also handled the sale of the penthouse in XXV Breaker Street Residences.A Brisbane buyer paid $3.05 million for the three-bedroom residence on Breaker St.And finally, the ink is dry on the sale of a palatial Surfers Paradise apartment, which now holds the Gold Coast penthouse sale record. 103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Parade, Main Beach sold for $2.575 million.A WAVE of new residents are calling Main Beach home with a number of prestige properties changing hands.The southern penthouse in the DeVille building sold this week for $2.575 million.Tolemy Stevens of Harcourts Coastal handled the marketing for 103/3645, Main Beach Pde, but declined to comment on the sale price. The 591sq m south-facing residence showcases views of the Pacific Ocean, marina, Hinterland, Parkland and the glittering city lights. 103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Parade, Main Beach
RelatedPosts Townsend: Eze’s an incredible talent Eberechi Eze to add spark to Crystal Palace Eberechi Eze debuts for Crystal Palace as Eagles thump Southampton Queens Park Rangers forward, Eberechi Eze, has earned a spot in EA Sports’ EFL Ultimate Team of the Season.The team, a 20-man squad, is made up of EFL players from the Sky Best Championship, League One and League Two. Eze has been named in the squad’s starting XI and all of the 20 players selected have had their FIFA Ultimate Team ratings enhanced to reflect their impressive performances on the pitch during 2019/20.Recently, Eze raised the possibility of playing for Nigeria in the future, despite representing England at youth level.The 21-year-old was born in the Greenwich borough of London, but is eligible for Nigeria through his parents.He has made a handful of appearances for England’s U20 and U21 sides, but in a recent interview with FourFourTwo magazine, left the door open for a switch.“I’m very happy to be part of England’s youth setup right now, but I enjoyed training with Nigeria,” he said. “It’s a privilege to be involved with both, but I don’t want to make a decision yet – I just need to focus on QPR.” Tags: Eberechi EzeEFL Team of the SeasonFIFA Ultimate TeamQueen’s Park Rangers
If we judged teams off the performance on just two weeks, USC would be leading the pack by far. The Trojans put up back-to-back 50-point games while holding both of their opponents under double digits.In other words, the Trojans dominated from start to finish. Albeit, both of those games were against subpar competition, two Sun Belt teams — Arkansas State and Idaho.One shouldn’t be so quick to judge the Trojans on those two games, however. The SEC consistently schedules FCS opponents and plays one less conference game than the Trojans, something that could come back to haunt the Pac-12 in December.The Trojans did exactly what was expected of them this week and cruised to a blowout win. The same can’t be said for some of those SEC teams.Auburn needed a last minute touchdown and overtime to overcome lowly Jacksonville State, and that same Arkansas State team that lost by 49 to USC led No. 21 Missouri for much of the fourth quarter before succumbing to late mistakes. No. 18 Arkansas lost to a Toledo team that had not beaten a ranked team since 2012.If you take a glance at the schedule, you’ll notice some other top teams struggled against far inferior opponents.Oregon, Arizona State and Arizona all endured stiff competition from the likes of Eastern Washington, Cal Poly and UT San Antonio, respectively.In all honesty, those two games against Idaho and Arkansas State were vital for the Trojan’s postseason hopes, as the rest of the schedule seems daunting.The Stanford Cardinal will roll into Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Saturday as a true underdog for the first time since maybe 2010.Even though the Trojans are considered favorites on paper, games between the two Pac-12 giants are almost impossible to predict.Over the past five games, neither team has won by more than seven points. The last two were won off the foot of USC kicker Andre Heidari.Don’t expect anything less this year.Though the Cardinal suffered a shocking defeat to Northwestern in their season opener, the team is still coached extremely well and led by an experienced winner in quarterback Kevin Hogan.A win for the Trojans on Saturday will justify their position as the No. 6 team in the country. A blowout win would be even better.Senior Cody Kessler also has the opportunity to validate the preseason Heisman hype surrounding him. Kessler has been phenomenal in the first two games, passing for 650 yards and seven touchdowns on a 78.9 percent completion rate.Kessler is the only quarterback in the FBS to throw for seven touchdowns and zero interceptions.However, in his two previous games against Stanford, Kessler has managed just 423 yards and one touchdown. To put that into perspective, Kessler threw for 410 yards and three touchdowns just against Idaho this past weekend.The Trojans will need a big game out of Kessler if they want to get past the Cardinal comfortably.Looking ahead, the Trojans have quite the schedule in front of them. As it stands right now, the Trojans have five Top 25 opponents on the schedule — No. 8 Notre Dame, No. 21 Utah, No. 20 Arizona, No. 12 Oregon and No. 10 UCLA.If the Trojans can get by Stanford this week and Arizona State the following week, that could set up a Top Five showdown against the Fighting Irish, assuming they can overcome ACC challengers Georgia Tech and Clemson.The schedule lightens up a little with games against Utah and Cal following the trip to South Bend.The way Arizona’s schedule lines up — their only ranked opponent before USC being UCLA on Sept. 26 — the Wildcats could enter the Coliseum as a one-loss or even undefeated team.Things don’t get any easier for the Trojans as they finish the season against Oregon (away) and UCLA (home). Oregon has a better chance to run the table in Pac-12 — their only ranked opponent right now is No. 21 Utah who makes the trek to Eugene.By the end of the season, the Trojans could have faced seven ranked opponents, assuming Arizona State and Stanford jump back into the Top 25 come season’s end.That would be a historic schedule for the Trojans.To put it into perspective, last season’s champion, Ohio State, played three Top 25 opponents all season long. The year before that, Florida State played only four Top 25 opponents.The first two blowout victories were great, but get ready and buckle up because it’s going to be a long season for the Trojans.Nick Barbarino is a senior majoring in business administration. His column, “Beyond the Arc,” runs Thursdays.
The former Ireland full-back took over in 2010 and says it’s the right time to leave.Quins are currently third in the Premiership table and they’ve already reached the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup.
The virtuoso performances by Maeda and Bellinger were the latest to join a chorus of unlikely Dodger soloists.Tuesday, pitcher Julio Urías took a no-hitter into the seventh inning; backup catcher Austin Barnes drove in pinch-running pitcher Ross Stripling with the winning run in the 10th inning. Monday, Alex Wood struck out 11 men in five innings and utility infielder-turned-starter Chris Taylor hit a grand slam.All of them, Maeda and Bellinger included, are owed less than $4 million in base salary this season. When Dodgers coaches and executives speak glowingly about the depth on their roster, these are the raw numbers behind the humble brag. For three games at least, the Dodgers can play their best baseball without their best-paid players.On the same day they learned outfielder Andrew Toles would miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL, the Dodgers didn’t miss a beat.• PHOTOS: Dodgers sweep Pirates with 5-2 win“We have a lot of good character guys in this clubhouse,” said veteran Chase Utley, who went 2 for 3 with two RBI, “as well as some good baseball players. Losing Tolesy is not the best thing but we’ll get through it.”Maeda (3-2) scattered three hits and five walks over the first eight innings. He took the mound in the ninth inning seeking to finish the first complete game by a Dodgers pitcher since Kershaw last May.Only a two-run home run by Francisco Cervelli on Maeda’s 98th pitch thwarted the effort. After Maeda retired Andrew McCutchen, Dave Roberts handed the ball to Grant Dayton for the final two outs.He left the game to a standing ovation, waving to the crowd as he walked to the dugout. Maeda struck out five batters and lowered his earned-run average from 5.81 to 5.03. It was his longest start as a major leaguer.“I felt totally fine,” Maeda said through an interpreter. “I was able to keep my pitch count very low, so I feel fine.”Maeda’s gem was not without precedent. Pittsburgh’s offense entered the game in a cold spell.Urias took a no-hitter into the seventh inning Tuesday. Wood took a no-hitter into the fourth inning Monday. In five games prior to arriving in Los Angeles, the Pirates had scored just 12 runs. The Dodgers combined to outscore Pittsburgh 21-6 in the three-game series.Bellinger’s sixth career home run, an opposite-field shot against starter Chad Kuhl (1-3), came in just his 14th game. The rookie barely missed a second home run when a fly ball curled a few feet outside the right-field foul pole in the third inning.Chants of “CO-DY” rained down from the left field pavilion after Bellinger dove headfirst to catch a sinking fly ball by Gregory Polanco. Earlier in the day, Roberts named Bellinger the team’s new left fielder with Toles on the disabled list.“The pitch before, Joc (Pederson, the Dodgers’ center fielder) told me to scoot to my right a little bit,” Bellinger said. “If he didn’t tell me that I don’t think I make the catch.”Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal reached base four times and tacked on an RBI double in the eighth inning. Utley, getting a rare start at first base, hit a double off the left field wall — his second extra-base hit in as many days.Roberts said Utley will start at first base again Thursday, the first of four games against the first-place Colorado Rockies in Denver. The second-place Dodgers trail by 1-1/2 games in the National League West standings.Through 34 games, the Dodgers are 20-14. They were 17-17 at the same point a year ago. The wins have come because of, not in spite of, a rotating cast of characters — the only constant in a room where the latest star felt awkward under a spotlight of sound.“We’re clicking as a group right now,” Bellinger said. “We’re all having fun.” Bellinger added a home run and a diving catch in left field to his hastily expanding resume. Maeda pitched his best game since leaving Japan: an 8-1/3-inning gem in which the Pirates didn’t score until the ninth inning.The 21-year-old Bellinger is so new to stardom, he said he “didn’t know what to do” when fans chanted his name in the fourth inning.“I just kind of stood there and felt awkward,” he said. “But it was cool.” LOS ANGELES >> The Dodgers have the highest payroll in baseball and no shortage of star players. A fan following the money could chant the names of Clayton Kershaw, Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Scott Kazmir or Andre Ethier before landing on a player who took part in the Dodgers’ three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates.Wednesday, the announced crowd of 40,719 at Dodger Stadium was echoing the names of rookie sensation Cody Bellinger and pitcher Kenta Maeda during a 5-2 win, the Dodgers’ fifth straight. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error