2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: SuppliedNewstead Interiors director Virginia De Luca said because the Brisbane lifestyle centred around the river, the design emphasised that connection.“The end result is an abode that is classic yet contemporary, with a monochrome interior matched by bespoke furnishings with earthy tones, enhanced by splashes of blue hues as a visual reminder that this apartment is framed by the water. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“The styling of the apartment was guided by how we imagined the new owner would want to experience their home, which led us to include soft touches like additional seating and throws to encourage ‘rest and retreat’ areas throughout the property.” 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“We have opted to keep the overall palette of the apartment neutral, light and fresh to allow the buyer to put their own stamp on the apartment.” 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: SuppliedReal estate agent Mary Terblanche of Platinum 360 said the property suited upmarket downsizers with its separate laundry room, study area, storage and “extremely rare” three car spaces. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: SuppliedKim Pradella, a director of Pradella – the firm which developed Waters Edge – said the 2105 apartment redefined the concept of a riverfront home. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours ago2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“The position on the second level mirrors the look and feel of a home in leafy surroundings.”The three bedroom, two bathroom, triple garage apartment, which was bigger than the average new home (192sq m), was given a makeover by interior design firm Newstead Interiors ahead of its auction scheduled for April 1. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“The type of purchaser looking at this apartment is likely to be a mature professional or semi retiree taking a long-term view with the property, so livability is just as important as lifestyle and location.” 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“This residence has been designed to offer the space and ambience of a private home with the convenience of apartment living,” he said of the 194sq m home, which includes 35sq m of balcony space and 13 metres of riverfrontage. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“I’m expecting interest from purchasers who currently own a riverfront home, and want a lower maintenance lifestyle without ‘downsizing’ to a regular apartment. In this case I don’t think downsizing is the right word, given how generously sized this apartment is. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: SuppliedA LUXURY unit that’s bigger than the average home is a lesson in how to downsize in luxury.The home at 2105/45 Duncan Street West End sits in the Waters Edge building where another riverfront apartment sold within a week of listing for $1.675 million. 2105/45 Duncan Street West End Qld 4101. Picture: Supplied“It’s all about transitioning to a new space, where you can start the day with a walk along the river and a swim in the pool, and finish it with a dinner cooked on the built-in barbecue on the terrace or in the main kitchen, complete with state-of-the-art Gaggenau appliances.
Super Eagles “The Brazilian team is known to be made up of high profile footballers, we in Star Lager, strongly believe that our stars in Super Eagles will also reach for the stars.”She admitted that the Super Eagles, which coincidentally hit a milestone of 70 this year having been first assembled in 1949, may be in a rebuilding process after the last Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. She believes that the Brazil match is an opportunity for the emerging players in Eagles to showcase themselves.“Our Victor Osimhen is already catching global attention following his scoring spree in the French Ligue 1. Even Neymar will not have failed to notice him.“Maverick manager, Jose Mourinho has also given complements to Osimhen’s newfound form. I believe the match with Brazil on Sunday should be an opportunity for the emerging Nigerian players to prove their worth against the best team in the world’, she said.Ever since Star Lager ventured into Nigerian football as the official beer of the Super Eagles, the national team’s profile has continued to rise and a solid fan base similar to the passion Nigerians attach to major football clubs in the European leagues has been achieved.Through the Fan Park activation on match days, the stadium arena is now full of excitements for football fans to enjoy courtesy of Star Premium Lager beer.Although Brazil are the most successful national team in the world having won the World Cup five times, Star Lager has made Nigerians to believe in Super Eagles to compete among the best. It was no fluke that Nigeria won bronze at the last AFCON in Egypt.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram As Super Eagles prepare for Sunday’s prestige friendly with Brazil in Singapore, the team’s lead supporting brand, Star Lager has urged the Nigerian side to scale the heights.The Selecao opened their African challenge with a one-all draw with the Teranga Lions of Senegal ahead of the clash with Nigeria.According to Portfolio Manager National Premium, Nigerian Breweries Plc, Sarah Agha, an encounter with Brazil is a prestigious spectacle any day, anywhere and under any platform regardless that it is a friendly duel.
Bagley, who was hurt in the team’s overtime loss to the Bucks on Wednesday, underwent an MRI exam earlier Thursday to determine the severity of the injury.Bagley was seen holding his left knee after getting tangled up with Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon in the third quarter and had to be helped off the court by his teammates.Marvin Bagley down, holding his left knee pic.twitter.com/4v5TklZeIz— Aaron Bruski (@aaronbruski) February 28, 2019A trainer immobilized Bagley’s knee in the Kings locker room after the game. The forward didn’t speak to the media before hobbling out of the locker room under his own power, but he did talk to his teammates.Marvin Bagley getting the knee immobilized in the locker room, fwiw. Pretty sure that’s wise to do regardless the level of sprain. pic.twitter.com/Nccye8jAwR— Aaron Bruski (@aaronbruski) February 28, 2019″He said he was good when he was walking back (to the locker room), so that takes a little edge off to know that he’s not in too much pain,” Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein said. Marvin Bagley III managed to avoid serious injury.The Kings rookie has been diagnosed with a left knee sprain and will be re-evaluated in one to two weeks, the team announced Thursday. Kings coach Dave Joerger also expressed concern for Bagley during his postgame news conference.”We are certainly thinking of Marvin as we go forward,” Joerger said. “That is definitely a cloud over our locker room.”Bagley, 19, was selected by Sacramento with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 draft. He is averaging 14 points and 7.2 rebounds this season.