Sanctuary Cove home in prime riverfront position

first_img7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.AN entertainment deck and floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of this Sanctuary Cove property’s riverfront position.The north-facing villa at 7104 Marine Drive East has uninterrupted views across the water to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands reserve.Marketing agent Shirley Wyllie, of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, said the home’s design and prime position was attractive to buyers. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.“It’s got a fantastic indoor outdoor flow and that’s what people are really liking about it,” Mrs Wyllie said.She said it was also what owners Nick and Cathy Eisenhut loved most about the property, which they bought in 2015.“They love the fact that it’s all open plan — it lets them enjoy the indoor outdoor alfresco style living,” Mrs Wyllie said.While the couple were reluctant to sell, a work promotion interstate was too good to pass up.“They were so reluctant to sell it because they love it so much,” Mrs Wyllie said. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom villa has an open kitchen and living area that flows seamlessly into a Florida room and out onto the entertainment deck.The kitchen has Caesar stone benchtops and quality appliances while floor-to-ceiling windows frame the panoramic views of the river and reserve, which could never be built out.It also has a low-maintenance garden that surrounds the property. Mrs Wyllie said the Eisenhuts renovated the property extensively to give it a more modern style.last_img read more

Sala: Cardiff set to appeal FIFA’s ruling

first_imgRelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football Blatter faces probe in Switzerland Cardiff City have confirmed they will appeal against Fifa‘s ruling that the club must pay a £5.3 million instalment to Nantes for the transfer of Emiliano Sala.The Welsh claimed said it was “extremely disappointed” with the verdict of Fifa’s Players’ Status Committee, which on Tuesday ordered the club to pay the first instalment of the £15 million fee for the late striker.The Welsh side will now challenge the ruling at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.In a statement, Cardiff said: “Following Fifa’s update on their announcement regarding the transfer of Emiliano Sala, Cardiff City Football Club will be launching an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.“Cardiff City FC is extremely disappointed at the decision of the Players’ Status Committee to award against the club. It would appear the committee has reached its conclusion on a narrow aspect of the overall dispute, without considering the full documentation presented by Cardiff City FC to Fifa.“Nevertheless, there remains clear evidence that the transfer agreement was never completed in accordance with multiple contractual requirements which were requested by Nantes, thereby rendering in null and void.“We shall be appealing to CAS in order to seek a decision which considers all of the relevant contractual information and provides clarity on the full legal situation between our two clubs.“This is a complex matter, which includes ongoing civil and criminal considerations both in the UK and abroad, which will likely have an impact on the validity of the transfer. It is therefore vital that a comprehensive judgement is reached following a full assessment and review of the facts.” Tags: Cardiff City FCFIFAlast_img read more

New fundraising rules proposed for construction at UI, ISU, UNI

first_imgDES MOINES — Republican lawmakers are setting new financing requirements for construction on the public university campuses in Ames, Cedar Falls and Iowa City.Under the plan, the state will provide just 60 percent of the cost for building projects at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University. Officials at those universities will have to raise the remaining 40 percent of the cost from federal grants or private sources. Republican Representative Gary Mohr of Bettendorf, a retired college administrator, said the universities can ask their 50,000 graduates for more money“I’ve done this for 40 years,” Mohr said during House debate. “In this economy and in this world, you can raise 40 percent.”The University of Northern Iowa would be required to raise 20 percent of the construction costs from sources other than state tax dollars. Representative Mary Mascher, a Democrat from Iowa City, said it’ll be hard to raise private donations for some vital projects, like power plants and steam tunnels.“This has enormous ramifications to our universities in Iowa and I don’t understand why you would spring this on us at the last minute,” Mascher said.Lawmakers are hoping to complete the work of the 2019 legislative session by this weekend.The proposal on private fundraising for construction at the public universities is included in a budget bill that’s been approved by the Senate and the House, but senators must vote again on some adjustments House members made.last_img read more