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first_imgThe Lodges-Stirrat comprises15 freehold terrace homes featuring three to four bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and powder rooms, private balconies, European appliances and courtyards.Di Carlo Property Group and Urbanyte’s new prestige Coorparoo development, The Lodges — Stirrat, features personal lifts making the homes ideal for families, retirees and people with disabilities.Imagine no more grocery heavy lifting from the garage up the stairs. The living areas at the future-proofed townhouses.Belle Property Bulimba property consultant Paul Liddy said with an ageing population, it has never been more important for residential developers to create innovative ideas for more accessible homes.“Many of The Lodges 15 residences have one lift per terrace house,” Mr Liddy said. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON TWITTER<< “Private lifts and maintenance are now affordable for residential projects. “Where they were previously price prohibitive, slow and maintenance was a concern, these Italian-made lifts are commercial quality and can be fully maintained for around $400 a year.“This is not a common feature in two and three-storey constructions, but with so many buyers downsizing and wanting to live close to the city, the lifts provide the ultimate in convenience and flexibility.” More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago THE BASICScenter_img An artists’ impression of the kitchen spaces.Mr Liddy said personal lifts solved a range of challenges in the development sphere.“With land at a premium, developers must build up, rather than across to accommodate all the features expected by buyers from a modern, inner-city development,” he said.“Incorporating lifts within two and three storey homes means older people with mobility issues can enjoy all the benefits of a luxurious, bespoke and convenient property without having to move to a village style development,” he said. “This development fills a need in the area for people, such as empty nesters and retirees, who have lived in Coorparoo their whole lives and would prefer to stay in the local area but need to down size from their Queenslander or large family home. The bathroom space.Designed by architect Platinum Design Architects and styled by interior designer Leigh Way Designs, Mr Liddy said The Lodges — Stirrat offered a place for Coorparooo residents such as empty nesters and retirees, who would prefer to stay in the local area, but need to down size. THE LODGES STIRRATDeveloper: Di Carlo Property Group and UrbanytePrice: With a range of three and four bed options, prices from mid-$800,000Location: 6 Stirrat St, Coorparoolast_img read more

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC) – Veteran left-arm spinner and captain, Nikita Miller, finished with a 13-wicket match haul as Jamaica Scorpions crushed the win-less Windward Islands Volcanoes by 10 wickets to capture their second game on the trot in the Regional Four-Day Championship here Sunday.Resuming the final day of the fifth round contest at Sabina Park on 169 for six, Volcanoes were bowled out for 186 with the 35-year-old Miller taking three of the last four wickets to fall, to end with figures of eight for 54.He picked up five for 60 in the first innings to end with 13 for 114 runs overall.Roland Cato, on 41 not out overnight, failed to add.Set a modest 35 for victory, Scorpions easily got home without losing a wicket, with Guyanese Trevon Griffith ending unbeaten on 24 from 20 balls – striking a four and a pair of sixes.Volcanoes made a rocky start to the day when they lost Cato in the third over of the morning with three runs added, triggering a side which saw the last four wickets tumble for 15 runs.Shane Shillingford, on eight at the start, added four runs before he departed with the score on 173 for eight, caught at the wicket off seamer Derval Green.Miller then easily knocked over the last two wickets to end Volcanoes’ resistance.Scorpions are now unbeaten in four outings since losing their opening round match to three-time reigning champions, Guyana Jaguars.VOLCANOES 1st Innings 200Scorpions 1st Innings 352Volcanoes 2nd Innings(overnight 169 for six)DS Smith c Griffith b Miller 41*T Theophile c Jacobs b Leveridge 8T Gabriel c wkpr Taylor b Miller 30R Cato c wkpr Taylor b Miller 41D Hector c Jacobs b Miller 2K Mayers c Campbell b Miller 7+DDH Smith b Miller 28S Shillingford c wkpr Taylor b Green 12A Alexander not out 7K Dember lbw b Miller 0S Lewis b Miller 6Extras (b4) 4TOTAL (all out, 80.5 overs) 186Fall of wickets: 1-16, 2-81, 3-84, 4-88, 5-104, 6-158, 7-171, 8-173, 9-180Bowling: Green 11-6-21-1; Leveridge 5-2-12-1; Campbell 4-0-21-0; Jacobs 20-2-48-0; Miller 32.5-10-54-8; Allen 8-0-26-0Result: Scorpions won by 10 wicketsPoints: Scorpions 18.4, Volcanoes 3.4Player-of-the-Match: N Miller (Scorpions)last_img read more

first_img Amine Harit Arsenal target Amine Harit is set to join Schalke for £7.75million after completing a medical at the weekend.The Nantes playmaker had emerged as a target for Arsene Wenger after his impressive performances for the Ligue 1 side.During his first full season as a regular first team player, the 20-year-old racked up 30 appearances, scoring once, which attracted the attention of a number of clubs.Bayern Munich as well as Arsenal had reportedly considered a bid but they have been beaten to the punch by their Bundesliga rivals.Schalke have agreed a fee of around £7.75m, of which £6.25m will be paid up front, with Harit ready to pen a four-year deal at the club. 1last_img read more