Classy Queenslander with a modern touch

first_imgThe bedrooms has hardwood floors.Mrs Welsh said due to the layout of the home, it would suit a number of buyers. “Either a family similar to us with older children, a family with young kids or older parents who live with them, or even a young couple who might use the downstairs space as a home office,” she said. Outside 6 Lamette St, Holland Park“We liked the traditional Queenslander character look of the home, and the fact it was two-levels meant it had growth opportunity which would suit our family’s needs in the future,” she said.“From a location point of the view, the area was also a big plus.”The two-level property sits on a 635sq m block.On the main level, there is a sunroom, two bedrooms — including the master suite with walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite — formal living and dining rooms, and an open plan living, dining and kitchen area which opens out on to the enclosed deck that overlooks the pool.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoMrs Welsh said this was where the family spent most of their time.“The upstairs deck and living room gets a lot of use,” she said.“Because the deck can be fully enclosed, we use it all year round.“We’ve had lots of Christmas parties out there, lots of friends over. “It’s got such a nice aspect.”On the ground floor there is a large media room or office space, dining and living room area, bathroom and separate toilet, covered patio and three additional bedrooms. Take a look at the kitchen.“It can cater to any number of buyers.”center_img 6 Lamette St, Holland ParkOWNERS Michelle and Daniel Welsh purchased the property at 6 Lamette St, Holland Park, in early 2000 after moving from central Queensland. Mrs Welsh said the couple were looking for a home that would suit the young family into the future. last_img read more

Samba sorry for Cottage calamity

first_img Press Association The 29-year-old arrived to much fanfare in January but in a 3-2 loss at Craven Cottage he showed little of the ability that prompted Rangers to fork out a reported £12.5million. Samba gave away the penalty from which Dimitar Berbatov opened the scoring, before losing possession under pressure to allow the Bulgarian to net his second goal. “I’m really sorry I let the side down,” the defender said through his Twitter account, @cs4christsamba1. QPR defender Christopher Samba admits he “let the side down” in Monday night’s west London derby defeat at Fulham but was quick to hit out at those questioning his value.center_img “Really upset with my 1st half performance I can’t say sorry enough to all the supporters, won’t give up.” Samba also forcefully responded to being called a “negro” on the social network, calling the user who addressed him as “racist” and “small minded”. A little later he added: “Before I go tonight I just wanna say I see a lot of you talk about I shouldn’t say sorry, well when I’m wrong I’m wrong I hold my hands up. “Then 2nd of all to all you keep talking about 100k performance, tell me what is a 100k performance? we as players go out and give our all. “We do are best every week, what I get paid has nothing to do with any of you, as for my price tag I didn’t put a price on my head, grow up pls.” After his move from Anzhi Makhachkala to QPR in January, Samba was reported to be picking up a weekly wage of £100,000, but the club have since said the actual sum is lower. last_img read more