The home at 104 Bayside Drive, Beachmere, sold for $1.195 million. Picture: realestate.com.auThe Caboolture region’s most expensive home sales of 2019 have been revealed with big blocks and seaside living proving popular with high end buyers. The top sale for the region was an executive home on 10.52ha at 139 Maitland Rd, Burpengary East, which sold for $1.68 million in June by Bill Harris of Ray White Caboolture. The home at 139 Maitland Road, Burpengary East sold fro $1.68 million. Picture: realestate.com.au MORE NEWS: Queensland’s cheapest homes revealed Grand Slam homes hot property The property borders Burpengary Creek and has a 629sq m home with six bedrooms and multiple living spaces. There are also big sheds, fenced paddocks, shade shelters, stables, town water and rain water tanks. The second highest sale was for a 4.25ha property at 11 Currawong Pl, Bellmere, which sold for $1.67 million in April. The home at 11 Currawong Place, Bellmere sold for $1.67 million. Picture: CoreLogicThe property had a three-bedroom home built in 1970 and was marketed as being in a prime location, backing onto recent development area in Bellmere. Taking out the fourth and fifth spots are two home on Bayside Drive in Beachmere. Number 104 sold for $1.195 million and number 20 sold for $1.175 million. Both homes sit on 1012sq m waterside blocks with direct beach access. The home at 20 Bayside Drive, Beachmere. Picture: realestate.com.auRounding out the top 10 were homes in Sandstone Point, Caboolture, Ningi, Beachmere and Burpengary East. Take a look at you suburb’s top sales of 2019. Caboolture region’s Top Home Sales of 20191. $1.68M – 139 Maitland Rd, Burpengary East2. $1.67M – 11 Currawong Place, Bellmere 3. $1.195M – 104 Bayside Drive, Beachmere 4. $1.175M – 20 Bayside Drive, Beachmere 5. $1.07M – 138-140 Cobb Rd, Burpengary East6. $1.03M – 26 Howard Ct, Sandstone Point7. $970,000 – 505 Caboolture River Rd, Upper Caboolture8. $950,000 – 19-23 Coolendel Ct, Burpengary East9. $950,000 – 121 Campbell Pde, Beachmere 10. $950,000 – 35-37 Peel Rd, NingiTop Homes Sales of 2019 by suburbBeachmere$1.195M – 104 Bayside Drive, Beachmere $1.175M – 20 Bayside Drive, Beachmere $950,000 – 121 Campbell Pde, BeachmereBellmere$1.67M – 11 Currawong Place, Bellmere$750,000 – 76 Wade Rd, Bellmere$697,500 – 53 Thompson Rd, BellmereBurpengary$815,000 – 69 Progress Rd, Burpengary $765,000 – 10 Lilly Pilly Ct, Burpengary$760,000 – 73 Osborne Drive, BurpengaryBurpengary East$1.68M – 139 Maitland Rd, Burpengary East$1.07M – 138-140 Cobb Rd, Burpengary East$950,000 – 19-23 Coolendel Ct, Burpengary EastCaboolture$855,000 – 52 Jocelyn St, Caboolture$850,000 – 9 Lychee Drive, Caboolture$840,000 – 10-16 Lawrence St, CabooltureCaboolture South$539,500 – 14 Dularcha St, Caboolture South$499,999 – 10 Harvey Ct, Caboolture South$475,000 – 10 Waterside Esp, Caboolture SouthElimbahMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago$865,000 – 24-26 Gheko Ridge Rd, Elimbah$795,000 – 10-14 Northview Pl, Elimbah$772,500 – 5-7 Adcock Rd, ElimbahGodwin Beach$700,000 – 5-7 Calypso Ct, Godwin Beach$642,000 – 75 Esplanade, Godwin Beach$619,000 – 61 Esplanade, Godwin BeachMorayfield$877,000 – 93 McLoughlin Rd, Morayfield$875,000 – 186-190 Hauton Rd, Morayfield$850,000 – 158 Wingara Drive, MorayfieldNarangba$910,000 – 48 Carol-Anne Cres, Narangba$900,000 – 131 Boscoe Rd, Narangba$848,000 – 39 River Oak Way, NarangbaNingi$950,000 – 35-37 Peel Rd, Ningi$891,000 – 2-12 Scaroni Ct, Ningi$829,000 – 19-21 Scaroni Ct, NingiSandstone Point$1.03M – 26 Howard Ct, Sandstone Point$855,000 – 8 Sunbrite Ct, Sandstone Point$830,000 – 14 Sunbrite Ct, Sandstone PointUpper Caboolture$970,000 – 505 Caboolture River Rd, Upper Caboolture$780,000 – 148 Macginley Rd, Upper Caboolture$750,000 – 33-37 Chivertson St, Upper Caboolture Bayside beauty shines after incredible renovation
In this, the Warriors Era, brief as it has been at four seasons and counting, they have been everything the NBA could hope for in a marquee team.They’ve been entertaining, changing the game with their up-tempo style and 3-point shooting firepower.They’ve been lovable, led by Steph Curry, the first NBA superstar you could describe as “cuddly.”They’ve been great, posting win totals of 67-73-67 en route to three consecutive NBA Finals, of which they won two … and they would have won all of them if they hadn’t blown a 3-1 lead in 2016 after Draymond Green got himself suspended for Game 5. Unhappily, the matchup being in the conference finals leaves the real Finals looking like an anti-climax, raising the question of whether the league shouldn’t finally seed the playoffs regardless of conference.Departure from tradition that it would be, it would solve the age-old problem of anti-climactic East-West imbalance … which once tilted Eastward but not lately … while ensuring that any team deserving of a Finals berth has the chance to prove it.The over/under for this year’s Finals looks like five games, even if they’re weeks away and we won’t know which of the remaining four teams will be there. Whether it’s the young Celtics without Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward or the Cavaliers with little more than LeBron, winning more than one game against the Warriors or Rockets looks like an upset.If the trick for the Warriors is reaching the Finals, not winning them, it comes after a long season with Kerr braced for trouble after three long postseasons.After beating second-place San Antonio by margins of 11-6-6 in the West, the Warriors saw Houston blow past them – and pulled up in the stretch, going 44-14 before the All-Star break, 14-10 after it. Kerr had to use 27 starting lineups, compared to 24 combined the previous three seasons, even with personnel changes like KD’s 2016 arrival. Curry left with a knee injury in early March and wasn’t back until the second round of the playoffs.Even with Kerr intent on biding his time, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Ron Kroichick cites a dispirited one-sided loss to Indiana in April when the boyish coach bristled at their “pathetic” performance, noting it’s hard to win “if you don’t put forth any effort at all.”And now, the Rockets.The Warriors won Game 1 in Houston as Durant scored 37 points and the press ganged up on the Rockets for playing so much isolation.The Rockets won Game 2 by 22 as the press ganged up on Curry, who suddenly wasn’t getting good looks, going 2 for 13 from 3-point range in the first two games.Kerr, asked what percentage of Steph’s problem is his knee, joked, “13.7 percent” – perhaps just to show that things weren’t so dire he’d lost his sense of humor.Unfortunately for the Warriors, their wondrous pre-KD ball movement, which saw Draymond average 9.5 assists during the 2015-16 season, has devolved to throwing Durant the ball and making the occasional cut.Durant isn’t really a 7-footer as Houston Coach Mike D’Antoni keeps calling him. He was 6-9 in stocking feet at the 2007 pre-draft camp but with his length, high release and huge advantage over P.J. Tucker or whoever from D’Antoni’s small-ball lineup is assigned to defend him, KD looks like a 3-point shooting Wilt Chamberlain.It remains to be seen if the Warriors are as great with KD as they were before him. On one hand, he’s a No. 1 option who can always get a shot and get to the line in the clutch. On the other, their ball movement, which surpassed that of the Spurs as the best the game has ever seen, isn’t the same.For better or worse, they’re now dependent on KD. Green all but made it official, trademarking a new name for their starters – “the Hampton 5” – who met on Long Island recruiting Durant in 2016 (Curry, Green, KD, Andre Iguodala, Klay Thompson).That’s not quite the Basketball of Tomorrow the Warriors have been emblematic of … as proclaimed by Lacob in a 2016 New York Times profile (“We’re light-years ahead of probably every other team in structure, in planning, in how we’re going to go about things”) … after six seasons as owner.Typically, Lacob again soared, metaphorically, ahead of his team this season, allowing himself to look past their fortunate present with KD, Steph, et al., to an uncertain future.“We’ll build around the core until we decide maybe we shouldn’t,” Lacob told Bay Area New Group’s Mark Medina, “but right now it feels pretty good.”Full-of-themselves Chicago officials talked that way in the Bulls’ 1990s heyday, signaling their players were replaceable – hastening the departure of key pieces like Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen and perhaps even Michael Jordan. Never underestimate the tendency of people hearing their futures discussed over their heads to take it poorly.Great as both West finalists are, only one can sit atop the pyramid. If it’s not the Warriors, the press will really start in on them. Then we’ll see who Lacob is ahead of and by how many light-years. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThey’ve been big box office with the three highest Finals TV ratings in the last 13 years for an Oakland-Cleveland ugly-duckling matchup against LeBron James and his supporting cast.The Warriors are building San Francisco glamor into their future with their self-funded $1 billion arena in the city, which will open in 2019.They made themselves financial giants with Forbes valuing the franchise at $3.1 billion, just behind the Lakers’ $3.3 billion, and ticket prices in the new arena set to jump 33 percent – along with a $35,000 “membership fee” for the honor of paying for the premium seats, which is refundable and serves as a mammoth interest-free loan.They’ve also been insufferable despite the presence of all-world good guys Curry, Kevin Durant and Coach Steve Kerr with owner Joe Lacob periodically trumpeting their greatness – or, actually, his greatness – as if reminding everyone who’s Numero Uno.Happily for the NBA, the Warriors now have a real test of their greatness, tied 1-1 with Houston going into Game 3 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday, after having finished seven games behind the Rockets during the regular season.
Mevagh Men’s Group – usual meeting on Tuesday 23rd April at 8:00 pm in the Resource Centre. Dunfanaghy men’s group will be joining the group for the evening. New members welcome.Pilates – will be taking place each Wednesday 7.00-8.30pm, for further details please contact Orlagh on 087 2819746.Craft Group – continue to meet weekly on a Thursday morning from 10.30am – 12pm. New members welcome to attend. French revision classes for Junior and Leaving Certificate Students – will be starting in the Mevagh Family Resource Centre on Thursday 25th April for 4 weeks. The cost is €20 per student, payable in advance. Places are limited so therefore booking is essential. Junior Certificate student classes are from 5.00-6.00pm and Leaving Certificate Student classes are from 6.00-7.00pm. Please contact the centre to book your place.Mevagh Busy Bees – Parent, baby and toddler group meet every Friday from 10am -12 noon in the Mevagh Family Resource Centre. So bring along your busy bees for some fun and games. Cost €3 per family. Music Group – meet every Friday from 8.00pm in the Mevagh Resource Centre. New members always welcome.SCOUTS IN DOWNINGSInterest has been expressed in starting a Scout Group in Downings, and Kevin Ferguson the Development Officer for Scouting Ireland in the area, is delighted that interest in starting a group has been raised. “There already are sixteen very active Scout groups in the County, and a new group based in the locality, could offer the Scouting experience to young people in Downings/ Carrigart/Fanad/ Creeslough and the surrounding areas” remarked Kevin.A scout group can have up to five sections, ”Beaver Scouts 6-8years, Cubs Scouts 9-11years, Scouts 12-15years, Venture Scouts 15-18years and Rover Scouts 18-26years so there is plenty of scope for young people to get involved”.Like all new groups, getting leaders to help out is vital to the success of a new group. Any adult over the age of 18 would be given all the training and help they need to become a leader. “The beauty about scouting” Kevin remarked, was that “because of the differing age ranges, a volunteer can join an age range section that they feel they would enjoy working with. Even if you feel you would not have the energy to help run a section, there may be skills you possess that could help, for example people who have committee or administration skills are also valuable to the successful running of a scout group.With a view to setting up a Scout Group it is intended to hold an open evening in the Mevagh Family Resource Centre on the 1st May at 7.30 pm for adults who may be interested in finding out more about setting up a new group in the area.For further information please contact: Margaret Mc Keague, 9155055 or Kevin Ferguson, Provincial Support Officer, Scouting Ireland. Tel: 0860473459.DD LOCAL – MEVAGH RESOURCE CENTRE NOTES, DOWNINGS was last modified: April 17th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DowningsMevagh Resource Centre
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