Living at Sovereign Islands brings 24/7 security, parklands and canal views.Other features include a home theatre, CBUS wiring, ducted airconditioning, Living at Sovereign Islands brings 24/7 island security, parklands and canal views. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON TWITTER<< There are almost too many chandeliers to count in the Sovereigh Island home.The single-storey house on a massive 1618sq m double block, in the prestigious Kensington Mews estate on the Gold Coast has a false wall, just push on it to reveal the media room. TOP SPOT: Queensland’s most viewed property was 2-4 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands.A GRAND canal frontage home, with a “secret room” has topped the popularity chart int Queensland this week.Data from realestate.com.au on the most viewed property in the state showed that 2-4 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands, emerged on top this week. Just push on the makybe timber feature wall to reveal the ‘secret’ media room.Amir Prestige sales agent Ivy Wu, who is marketing the property with colleague Isaac Kim, told The Courier-Mail those who had inspected the home had loved the entrance and makybe timber feature wall opening to the media room.“They’ve got a really beautiful curved wall and as soon as you push the wall it actually turns out to be a media room,” Ms Wu said.She said it was rare to have a single-storey house on a double block.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago Loaded with feature, the kitchen has marble benchtops and a butler’s pantry.The opulent kitchen was loaded with fittings and features, including thickset marble benchtops, integrated fridge and freezer and butler’s pantry.There are multiple places to entertain, including an extended open plan outdoor area with a built-in barbecue. It’s rare to find a single-storey home on a double block in the Kensington Mews estate.“It’s only six years old and it’s a very functional home,” she said.“It has open plan living and it would suit a family with young kids, because it has a kids wing and it has a beautiful master bedroom facing the pool. “It offers the great privacy as well.” The home’s water feature entrance.This home seems to have it all — soaring ceilings, too many chandeliers to count, a water feature, atrium garden, pool and spa. The five-bedroom, six bathroom, four space car house is booked in for a 6pm auction on Wednesday, September 5.
Lee Cattermole’s future at Sunderland remains uncertain after manager Paolo Di Canio declined to reveal whether the midfielder has a part to play this season. Di Canio told the Sunderland Echo: “He couldn’t come [to Hong Kong] because he was not fully fit, in the opinion of both myself and the fitness coach. “He is training with the reserves and then when we get back to Sunderland, he will be ready.” However, asked if the £6million signing had a future with the club, the Italian replied: “We will see. It depends.” Di Canio has already radically overhauled the squad he inherited from O’Neill having made nine new signings with more potentially on the way. Simon Mignolet, Titus Bramble, Matt Kilgallon and Ahmed Elmohamady have left the club with Phil Bardsley and David Vaughan among those likely to follow. There has been speculation that Alfred N’Diaye could also return to Turkey, and it remains to be seen if Cattermole, who has been training with the under-21s, will be another to move on. Like the midfielder, striker Steven Fletcher is working his way back to full fitness after undergoing ankle surgery in April. The Scotland international was Sunderland’s top scorer last season with 11 goals despite having to sit out the final eight games of the campaign, and is yet to play under his new manager. Di Canio is not putting any timescale on his comeback. The 45-year-old said: “He is improving, he has improved a lot. We can’t say how much longer it will take, but there is a big improvement and we know all about the problem. “We are very happy with his progress and we are waiting for him.” The 25-year-old, who captained the Black Cats under Steve Bruce and Martin O’Neill, is not in Hong Kong, where his team-mates will face Manchester City in the final of the Barclays Asia Trophy on Saturday, as he continues his recovery from a knee injury. Summer signing Cabral wore Cattermole’s number six shirt in Wednesday’s 3-1 victory over Tottenham amid speculation that the former Middlesbrough and Wigan man is surplus to requirements at the Stadium of Light. Press Association
The countdown is on to the 15th annual International Soca Awards, set for the Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa & Beach Re, Pigeon Island Gros Islet, St. Lucia on July 10th.Artists will compete in fifteen categories while there will be live performances at the event as well as a red-carpet pre-show, showcasing Soca, Calypso, Steel Pan, Soca Chutney, Dennery segment music and mas. Top soca artists nominated include Machel Montano, Iwer George, Problem Child, Lyrikal, Patrice Roberts, Kes, Faye Ann Lyons, Terry Gajraj, Ravi B, Rikki Jai and Terri Lyons among others. To cast a vote in the competition, visit the website at socawards.com.
Matches of the 23rd round of BiH Premiere League were played this weekend.Travnik hosted Olimpic Sarajevo and lost 2:3, Zvijezda defeated Rudar with 4:1 and Borac defeated Gradina with 1:0.In Sarajevo, on Grbavica, Željezničar and Čelik played 1:1., and Slavija defeated Radnik in East Sarajevo.Zrinjski was defeated by GOŠK with 0:3, and there were no goals in the match of Leotar and Velež and Široki Brijeg defeated Sarajevo with 2:1.Željezničar is still the first team with 52 points, followed by Sarajevo with 45, Borac 42, Olimpic 40, Široki Brijeg 37, Slavija 36, Čelik 34, Leotar 34, Zrinjski 33, Rudar 28, Velež 27, Zvijezda 26, Radnik 26 and the last three teams are Travnik with 23, Gošk 19 and Gradina with 5 points.(D.J.)(photo:wikipedia)