This eight-bedroom home at 10 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.Owner Matthew O’Connor has hosted many parties at the home at 10 Hawthorne Road over the past 23 years.The Brisbane property developer is reluctantly selling for a sea change after raising his three children there. “It’s just a party house — everyone loves it,” he said. This eight-bedroom home at 10 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.Arena Property Agents director Marvin Wong, who is offering the property to the market, said the home was one-of-a-kind with unprecedented views.Mr Wong said it would be ideal for a large family to move in or to convert into a luxury guesthouse.One family had even flown all the way from Hong Kong to inspect it, he said.Just 3km from the CBD, Hawthorne is one of Brisbane’s most prestigious suburbs with a median house price of $1.2 million, according to researcher Corelogic. This eight-bedroom home at 10 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoMr O’Connor first noticed the block of land in 1993 as he was going for a run.“I saw the view and that was it,” he said. “It’s spectacular. It just keeps getting better and better every year.”The original 1923 house has been raised and almost completely rebuilt, but it’s kept its character and charm — think high ceilings, VJ walls and polished hardwood floors. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE This eight-bedroom home at 10 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.And while it might be 94 years old, the home is kitted out with all the mod cons, including touchpad controlled ducted airconditioning, integrated Bose sound system and keyless entry.Perched high on 1200sq m on two separate lots, the home boasts a two-lane lap pool, media room (or ninth bedroom!), gym and billiard room.The owner is even throwing in a three-quarter sized, original slate pool table as part of the sale.The house also includes a rooftop observatory, accessed via the attic which offers a 360 degree view of the city. This eight-bedroom home at 10 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne, is for sale.WOULDN’T this place have come in handy over the Easter break?With a whopping eight bedrooms, there’s room for the whole family — and their friends — in this massive, three-level Hawthorne home.Imagine entertaining on the deck of this grand, hilltop estate while soaking up panoramic views of Brisbane’s CBD and surrounds.
65 Amy St, Hawthorne.Large anodised aluminium sliding doors open the home to the outdoor covered alfresco area, solar in-ground pool and level grassed backyard, perfect for entertaining. The property goes to auction on October 28 at 11am 65 Amy St, Hawthorne.A two-level Hawthorne home on a decent sized block is perfect for buyers looking for more space.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is at 65 Amy St, and features a designer-styled interior and open plan living.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The kitchen area at 65 Amy St, Hawthorne.Ray White Bulimba selling agent Gunther Behrendt said glass and timber combined to create a striking staircase with multi-strand chandelier leading the way up stairs, revealing four bedrooms, a second living room, main bathroom and powder room.
Noël Le Graët, president of the French Football Federation, says it is possible more spectators will be allowed into the French Cup final at the end of July and for the resumption of top-tier Ligue 1 play at the end of August.The federation’s executive committee will discuss the new measures and the specifics of the new calendar on Monday.The French government called off the country’s 2019-20 soccer season on April 28 as part of efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Latest: Kansas State pauses voluntary football workouts The Toronto Sun and The Toronto Star report that the center tested positive. The Leafs say a player’s medical information is private.Toronto is deferring to the NHL’s policy on handling test results, with the league providing updates on testing totals and positive tests without disclosing the identities of affected clubs or players. Judd Moldaver, Matthews’s agent, did not respond to requests for comment.According to the Sun, the 22-year-old Matthews has self-quarantined in his Arizona home and hopes to be ready to play if the NHL season resumes. The NHL hopes to open training camps next month, and finish off the 2019-20 season later this summer.Matthews had 47 goals and 33 assists in 70 games before the suspension of the season on March 12. As of Friday, 14 student-athletes had tested positive for active COVID-19 following testing of more than 130 student-athletes. The school said those who have tested positive are being medically managed according to current guidelines. That includes self-isolation for 10 days and until the patient is without fever for 72 hours without medication, whichever takes longer. Athletics director Gene Taylor said the university felt that temporarily pausing all football workouts and access to facilities was the best decision for everyone. ___Three members of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers have tested positive for the- novel coronavirus at the team’s training facility, and the Bucs have closed affected areas of the building.The team said those areas will remain closed until extensive sanitizing is completed. Associated Press Toronto goaltender Frederik Andersen stayed with Matthews in Arizona for the first stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, but according to the Toronto Sun he tested negative for the novel coronavirus and is no longer in Arizona.Arizona has seen a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. On Friday, the Arizona Department of Health Services reported 3,246 new positive cases of COVID-19, exceeding Thursday’s single-day high of 2,519 cases.The league said Friday that it has tested more than 200 players at club facilities during voluntary training since June 8, with 11 testing positive.___French soccer authorities are allowing fans back into stadiums from July 10, with an initial limit of 5,000. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Kansas State has paused all voluntary workouts for football student-athletes for two weeks following the most recent COVID-19 test results. All individuals who may have been exposed have been notified, the Bucs said in a statement, “and are following the established protocols, which include a 14-day quarantine period.” The team did not identify three people who tested positive.Team headquarters is remaining open under the first phase of the NFL’s reopening plan.Earlier this week, the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning closed their facility after three players and two staff members tested positive.___The Toronto Maple Leafs will not comment on reports that star player Auston Matthews has tested positive for the coronavirus. June 20, 2020
BEN CLASSON/Herald photoWith the sun shining down on Goodman Diamond in Madison Tuesday afternoon, the Wisconsin softball team (23-13, 5-5 Big Ten) swept past the Indiana Hoosiers (19-23, 1-9 Big Ten), winning 5-3 and 7-1.The Badgers used quick starts in both games to obtain early leads. In the second game of the doubleheader, UW grabbed a 3-0 lead in the first inning.With one out, Badgers designated hitter Ricci Robben came to the plate with the bases loaded. Robben drew a walk to bring in catcher Joey Daniels, for the first run of the game.Alexis Garcia, the next batter for the Badgers, drove in two more runs with a base hit up the middle.The fourth inning would also be productive for Wisconsin. The Badgers batted around in the inning, as four more runners came in to score.Wisconsin’s starting pitcher Letty Olivarez led off the inning by reaching base on an error by Indiana pitcher Christy Wahl. After Olivarez bunted the ball to the pitcher’s circle, Wahl threw it underhand to first base, but the throw was high.Lynn Anderson followed with a base hit to right field, advancing Olivarez to second.Daniels, who reached base six times between the two games, drove in Olivarez with a double to deep left field.”We moved (Daniels) to the one spot last week, and she has done a phenomenal job,” UW head coach Chandelle Schulte said. “Her job is just to have a good at-bat. It doesn’t even matter if she gets on or not, just have a good at-bat, set the tone and have a nice presence up there.”Olivarez, earning her eighth win of the year, shut down the Hoosiers for six innings before finally suffering a run in the seventh off the bat of Kim Richards, who homered to deep left center.It was essentially the same story in the first game of the day, as Wisconsin swung its way to an early 4-0 advantage in the first inning.Daniels started off the first inning by walking on four pitches, the first of her four walks of the day. Samantha Polito then reached base on an infield bunt single.With hits in both games, Polito extended her hitting streak to 11 games, the longest streak on the team this season.A walk by Katie Hnatyk loaded the bases for Athena Vasquez, who also drew a walk to bring in Daniels. Robben recorded the inning’s first out but managed to drive in a run on a sacrifice fly to center. Another run would come across to score after Garcia’s infield hit bounced off the glove of Indiana shortstop Emily Bergeson. Theresa Boruta would then double to the left to bring in the final run of the inning, putting UW up 4-0.Wisconsin would add one more in the third when Vasquez, who doubled to lead off the inning, scored on an error by third baseman Jennilee Huddleston.Indiana tried to answer in the fourth, as the Hoosiers were finally able to put three runs on the board in a big way.Huddleston reached first on an error by Vasquez, and second baseman Sarah Padove laced a base hit to left. The next batter, Rachel Terry, drove herself and her teammates in with a three-run blast to left center off of UW pitcher Eden Brock.The home run wouldn’t be enough as Brock calmed down to finish the complete game victory, her seventh complete game and 12th victory of the season. Brock also struck out eight batters on the day, bringing her season total to 145.”I was a little upset we gave up the three runs,” Schulte said. “We need to capitalize. We had a 5-0 lead, and we can’t let people back in the ball game. … We’ve got to shut the door. We talked a lot about that in between games, and I felt like we did that better the second game.”The Badgers finished the season series with Indiana at 3-0, after having beaten the Hoosiers 5-0 earlier in the season at the USF Speedline Invitational. Wahl was charged for Indiana’s loss in the second game, while Monica Wright lost game one.”We already beat them earlier this season, and I think we knew that we should come in and take two from them,” Polito said. “We just came out and wanted it more than they did today.”