The property is minutes from the beautiful Currumbin Rock Pools.Lot 16 is one of five blocks that makes up the subdivision.“In less than four weeks on the market we already have two of the other blocks under contract and strong interest in the others,” he said.“We have interest from lifestyle investors — Brisbane and Sydney based buyer but also local buyers.” The residence is in original condition.He said large vacant acreage properties on the Gold Coast were hard to find and highly sought-after.“Currumbin Valley offers some of the closest acreage properties to the beach,” he said.“You’re minutes to the Currumbin Rock Pools, the beach, shopping centres but you feel like you’re a million miles away our here. The property from the air.Tony Holland of McGrath Coolangatta/ Tweed Heads described the sprawling acreage estate as a landmark property in prestigious Currumbin Valley.He said the house was in original condition and estimated it to be more than 50 years old.“This landmark homestead is waiting for its new owner to restore it to its former glory,” he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago“Situated on 10 acres of usable pasture quality acreage, perfect for the horse lover or hobby farmer.” Lot 16 1030 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley. The Queenslander-style residence on Lot 16 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley.A FORMER Gold Coast dairy farm with a historic Queenslander-style house has hit the market at $1.25 million.The property at Lot 16 1030 Currumbin Creek Road Currumbin Valley is part of a subdivision of an old dairy farm owned by the Dolan family.
Dogs over Knights in an early evening out…From Coach Shelly Prickel:The Batesville JV Volleyball team extended their record to 12-4 with a commanding 25-7, 25-10 win over South Dearborn. Grace Sarringhaus and Kerigan Haskamp were both 8 for 9 from the service line earning 7 points including 4 and 2 aces respectively. Regina Gerstbauer was perfect on all 8 of her serve attempts with 6 points including 3 aces. Sarringhaus had 5 kills in her 8 spike attempts, while Katie Bedel earned 4 kills in 10 swings. Nikki Fox had 10 digs to lead the back row. Belle Wolters had 6 assists while connecting on all 15 of her sets for the match.From the Varsity side of the net, The Dogs also made short work of the Knights, winning in25-8, 25-16, 25-16. #7 Kylie laker had 7 aces on the evening while also connecting on 3 kills and 12 assists. Leading the kills for the evening was #5 Macy Prickel with 7 kills and her own 2 service aces. Not to be outdone form the service line was #17 Abigail Westerfeld with 4 Aces and 7 assists. Full box scores and stats will be on MaxPreps tomorrow. the win takes the team to 11-9 on the season and 5-5 in the EIAC.The Varsity team will travel to the Greenfield Central Cougar challenge on Saturday, and see Daleville and Lighthouse Christian in the first pooling. While the Freshman team will host the Freshman EIAC Tourney.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas.
Others include Northern Ireland defender Chris Baird, 31, who signed from Southampton in 2007, Greek midfielder Giorgos Karagounis and Croatian striker Mladen Petric both after only one season at Craven Cottage. Another departure is former Wales international Simon Davies, a key member of Fulham’s run to the 2010 Europa League final. Davies, 33, who signed from Everton in 2007, scored a memorable equalising goal in the final against eventual winners Atletico Madrid. Other departures include Hungarian keeper Csaba Somogyi, manager Martin Jol’s first signing two years ago, plus development squad players Alex Smith, James Musa, Richard Peniket, Tom Donegan and Corey Gameiro. The 40-year-old, who signed on a free transfer in 2008 from Middlesbrough, had been offered a new contract but turned it down. Schwarzer, the first overseas player to make 500 top-flight appearances, is one of a number of players confirmed by the club as being released. Press Association Fulham have confirmed that Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is leaving the club.
“Maybe I watch a movie. I don’t know,” he said. “For me, it’s very similar to going to a cinema and somebody tells me ‘you are not allowed to come in’. “Or I go to a shop to buy a pair of shoes and somebody tells me ‘you cannot come into the shop to buy a pair of shoes’. “So tomorrow I want to go to a football match, Stoke against Chelsea, and if I try to do that somebody will stop me. “I want to go to Stoke-Chelsea with my son and, at the door of the stadium, somebody says: ‘You kid, you can come in. You father, you go home’. That’s the basic picture. “On top of it, I am going to that stadium to work, and people says ‘you cannot come here to do your work’. “Even if I buy a ticket people will stop me (coming in). There is no chance.” Mourinho must stay away from the Britannia Stadium following his half-time dismissal at West Ham last month. The Blues boss “admitted a Football Association charge of misconduct regarding his language and/or behaviour towards the match officials in or around the dressing room area” at Upton Park and was fined £40,000 alongside the stadium ban. The FA released its reasons on Friday, with referee Jonathan Moss saying Mourinho called him “f****** weak”. “My punishment, the dimension of my punishment, the stadium ban that stays suspended, obviously affects everything,” said Mourinho, who on Thursday lost a separate appeal against a suspended one-match stadium ban. “My answers (to the media), obviously, are going to be different. “The way I participate with the game, obviously, is going to be different. “I had a game a few days ago where I stood for 90 minutes on my side. The other manager (Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp) was jumping like Michael Jordan and nothing happened. “So, I know that for me everything is different. It’s changed a lot. “I think the message that the power (the FA) want to give me, the message is more than clear.” Mourinho is frustrated he is barred from doing his job as he says he is uncertain how he will follow the game, although it is inconceivable he will not watch the televised contest. Press Association Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his stadium ban changes everything and compared his banishment from Stoke’s Britannia Stadium with being prevented from entering a cinema to watch a film.