186 Laurel Ave, ChelmerFloating timber stairs wind up to the first floor of the residence, where the main bedroom takes over one side of the level. It includes carpet, two private decks, a walk-in wardrobe, sitting area, study and an ensuite with double vanity and timber finish.The four remaining bedrooms, all of which have built-in wardrobes, include two with private balconies and one with an ensuite. They circle an open study with built-in desks and a shared bathroom with a shower and bath. Ducted airconditioning and large windows with timber shutters ensure year-round comfort and privacy throughout the house.Agent Peter May said the residence was rich in history and architectural beauty, with the promise of easy living in a welcoming setting. 186 Laurel Ave, ChelmerSet behind a front gate and established lawn, the house’s main entrance is to the ground floor, where travertine tiling, neutral tones and large windows offer a welcoming first impression.Taking centre stage, the kitchen features Gaggenau appliances, stone bench tops, a pantry and soft-close drawers, with the surrounding living and dining rooms featuring polished tiles and an abundance of natural light. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago 186 Laurel Ave, Chelmer“With numerous indoor and outdoor living environments found in few other Brisbane properties, it is sure to delight those who love both entertaining and peaceful solitude,” Mr May said. 186 Laurel Avenue Chelmer Qld 4068. Picture: Realestate.com.auTHIS dream home in Brisbane has a hidden gem in the form of an 880-bottle wine cellar, part of the many charms its owners put in during an extravagant renovation.The five bedroom, three bathroom, three car space home at 186 Laurel Ave, Chelmer, marketed by Peter May and Brad Robson of Place Graceville, is set to go to auction at 10am on May 6.This Queenslander, which is open for inspection from 1 to 1.45pm on Easter Saturday, was renovated to give it an edgy facade and add state-of-the-art features. 186 Laurel Avenue Chelmer Qld 4068. Picture: Realestate.com.auBi-fold doors create a seamless flow to an outdoor entertaining area with high angular ceilings, a quality barbecue and room for both dining and lounging. Gardens and rock pathways border one side of the outdoor space, with a heated pool and spa on the other. Back inside, the ground floor also houses a spacious study, an 880-bottle underground wine cellar, a powder room and a three-car garage with an adjoining laundry boasting ample space and access to a drying courtyard.
Related Super Eagles of Nigeria captain, John Mikel Obi has returned to the pitch after a four-months injury lay off, in time for Nigeria’s crucial world cup qualifier next month.Mikel Obi featured for 90 minutes in Tianjin TEDA 2-0 home loss in the Chinese Super League game against Hebei CFFC on Monday.185 – No outfield player for Chelsea took longer to score their first Premier League goal than John Obi Mikel (185 games). Patient. pic.twitter.com/yh8NAVYX6q— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 6, 2017The 30-year-old, who underwent a hip injury surgery in April, Nigerian move to the Chinese Super League to join Tianjin TEDA after 12 years with Premier League giants, Chelsea.Hopefully, Mikel Obi will stays fit for the Super Eagles, as the Gernot Rohr led team face Cameroon in next months double legged all important 2018 World Cup qualifier.
James Rodriguez will return to Real Madrid’s starting line-up for Sunday’s La Liga game at home to Granada after being out for two months with a broken bone in his foot, coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Saturday.The Colombia midfielder, who has had a fine debut season since joining from Monaco in July, sustained the injury in the league game against Sevilla in early February and will come back into the side in place of the suspended Isco.”James is fine and will start the match tomorrow,” Ancelotti told a news conference before adding that midfielder Sami Khedira and full back Dani Carvajal would be rested.The return of James is a welcome boost for the European champions who have lost three of their last four matches in all competitions.After winning last month’s ‘Clasico’ at home to Real 2-1, leaders Barcelona are four points clear of their arch rivals at the top with 10 games left and visit Celta Vigo later on Sunday.Isco’s ban means Ancelotti does not have to decide between him and James in his starting 11. The Spain midfielder is a huge favourite among the fans, already angry at their team’s recent stumble, and if Ancelotti drops him he could be on the receiving of more criticism.Ancelotti said he was confident Real could catch Barca and that the squad was in good shape physically and mentally, with only centre back Pepe sidelined by injury and due back in around a week.”We are convinced everything is still open,” said the Italian.”The team is full of desire and is in very good shape right now,” added Ancelotti who led Real to a record-extending 10th European crown in his first season in charge in 2013-14.”The team is fresh and prepared to fight for all the matches. We are in better physical shape going into this stage of the season than last year.” Real have La Liga games at home to Rayo Vallecano and Eibar before they play at Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal on April 14.–