Room for a large family at 15 Tarm Street.Agent Ellen Sifonios from Ray White — Redcliffe said there had been a lot of young families that had come to have a close look at the home. “That tends to be the main people that have been coming along, because it is a big family home on a 810 sqm block,” she said.Originally built in 1925, it was extensively expanded from a single storey to a double storey home about 15 years ago. “The upstairs is the original home,” she said. Just across the road from the water. Inside 15 Tarm Street.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoIt will go to auction on-site at 1.30pm.Over in the south east this home at 43 Benalla St, Manly offers some of the best views of the bay. This charming Shorncliffe is just metres from the water.A FAMILY home on a rare double sized block in a popular Brisbane suburb is expected to draw a crowd when it goes to auction this weekend.The five-bedroom Wavell Heights home at 15 Tarm St will go under the hammer this Saturday. 4 Allpass Parade, ShorncliffeThe home which has been extensively renovated by its current owner will go to auction on-site on Saturday at 10.30am Water views from the deck at 43 Benalla Street, ManlyThe five-bedroom home in the popular Manly Hill precinct has an expansive deck that overlooks the water.Agent Scott Kelleher from Ray White Manly said the home appeared to have sparked the interest of builders, for its renovation potential, and from families.“There is a really good sense of community (in Manly),” he said. He recently sold 10 Benalla St in January for $1.043 million so he is hoping for another good result when it goes to auction on-site at 3.30pm on Saturday.Over in Shorncliffe a charming character home has two unique selling points.The three-bedroom home at 4 Allpass Parade is across the road from the water, and it has access to the Sandgate Golf Club via the back gate.
3D Oil has submitted a proposal to National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) to undertake the Dorrigo 3D seismic survey.The Dorrigo survey is located in the Otway Basin within exploration permit T/49P which lies adjacent to Tasmania.Water depths in the survey area are between 80-1420m with seismic data acquisition undertaken in water depths between 100-840m.The Dorrigo seismic survey is expected to take up to 35 days between September 01 and October 31, 2019.According to NOPSEMA, the Dorrigo survey operational area is 4350 km2. The full-fold acquisition area where seismic airguns will be operational covers an area of 1580 km2 within this larger area.
Aston Villa boss Remi Garde has paid tribute to Arsene Wenger for the way he has managed to remain at the top of club football for almost two decades. It will be the apprentice against the master on Sunday when Villa host Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League – 19 years on from Garde becoming Wenger’s first signing as Gunners manager. During a week in which Garry Monk became the latest managerial casualty following his sacking by Swansea, Garde believes Wenger’s reign deserves huge credit. Press Association On Wednesday Arsenal qualified for the knock-out stages of the Champions League for the 16th successive season and they will arrive at Villa Park with the opportunity to go top of the Premier League, and Garde believes Wenger is as hungry for success now as he was when he played under his fellow Frenchman. “I’ve got a lot of admiration because I realise how tough this job is in the Premier League, how difficult it is to keep a job and get results,”said Garde. “This is the first side (of the job) and then I remember the club at Arsenal 20 years ago without training facilities without a modern stadium like they have today. All this has to be credited to Arsene. “A football club is not only the results you get today but also how you will build for the future for yourself or for another manager for or another chairman or owner. “It’s part of the credit you have to be given to see where was the club when you got the job and where is it now. Not only in terms of trophies. Of course trophies are the main target all the managers have but also to get trophies in the long term and to build a solid club you have to build other stuff. For that Arsene has done brilliantly. “I think you have to dedicate all your life to football and I’m not sure that Arsene had long holidays or many days off since he took the job at Arsenal. And then you have to be completely focused and more than focused, you have to live for football and your football club. “For some characters and personalities it is more difficult than for others. Arsene has always lived for football and he has been rewarded for that. “For me he still has the spirit to get trophies and he probably still feels strong enough to get trophies.” Jack Grealish will be back in the Villa squad against Arsenal after t he 20-year-old midfielder was overlooked for first-team duty against Watford and Southampton following a breach of club discipline. Leandro Bacuna and Rudy Gestede came off injured against Saints but will be fit for Sunday, although captain Micah Richards is still struggling with the knee problem which ruled him out at St Mary’s.