Enough to make any pioneers heart flip.A LARGE circa 1916 riverfront home has hit the market with an effortless grandeur that’s made it timeless.The house called Riverview – at 1154 Yandina Coolum Rd, Maroochy River, on the Sunshine Coast – has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a three car garage and a pool and sits on 6ha of prime waterfront land.It was restored to showcase VJ walls, soaring ceilings, polished timber flooring and multiple french doors. What a spot to entertain some friends.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoOne bedroom also connects to a study. A second study is nearby and has a built-in floor-to-ceiling bookshelf.Three more bedrooms occupy the opposite side of the house, including one with an abundance of built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom overlooks the Maroochy River and has a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a double vanity and glass shower. The family bathroom has a shower bath and is near a laundry with external access and connecting cellar. The home is a sight to behold by the water.“Riverview has something for everyone, from luxurious living spaces and farming potential to open play areas and a serene river atmosphere,” Mr Anderssen said.“There is excellent potential here to create a thriving business, beloved residence or both.” Inspections are by appointment, with the auction scheduled to be held on site at 11am on Friday October 13. Heritage elements including floorboards have been restored to former glory.Bi-fold and french doors open from the lounge room to a wraparound timber deck with river vistas and stairs down to the back yard. The side veranda connects to an in-ground saltwater pool. The property also has a three-bay machinery shed, 200,000L of water storage, two dams, a separate one-bedroom demountable and a private pontoon and boat ramp.About 25 minutes from Maroochydore, the residence offers rural tranquillity along with convenient access to Sunshine Plaza shopping centre and Cotton Tree Beach. Agent Ben Anderssen of Harcourts Solutions called the home an iconic riverfront property offering amazing proportions and modern livability. The ceilings in all rooms are high.A long driveway leads to the house, which has a triple-gable facade with a covered entry porch, flag pole, stone stairway and established gardens. Double doors lead into the house, which is centred on an expansive open-plan dining and lounge room with leadlight windows, ceiling fans and decorative lighting. An adjoining country-style kitchen features timber benchtops, a corner pantry, large double hung windows and high-quality appliances.Two bedrooms with veranda access are to one side of the house, divided by a shared ensuite.
Super Eagles Assistant Captain Ahmed Musa is hopeful that none of the 23 players named to the team’s Africa Cup of Nations squad will suffer injury setbacks.The Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia forward believes it is time to focus on the team’s fitness rather than the form of the players prior to the Nations Cup.“Its flattering to be appreciated for what you have done with your club before a major tournament like this (AFCON),” Musa, who won the Saudi Professional Football League title told allnigeriasoccer.com. “Now we are going for the Nations Cup and our prayer and expectations should be to be injury free.“The players have worked hard to qualify the team for the Nations Cup so we hope that no one suffers any injury,” Musa, who was in the Eagles side that won the AFCON in 2013 stressed.Musa scored seven league goals in 24 appearances in the 2018/2019 season for his club.Super Eagles yesterday in Ismailia, Egypt, played Africa’s best ranked team by FIFA, Senegal, in their last preparatory game ahead of the 2019 AFCON before traveling to Alexandria where they will play their Group B matches of the African football showpiece.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ahmed Musa
The results of the First Football BH Telecom Premiere League of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sarajevo – Zvijezda (19.00)Široki Brijeg – Radnik (20.30) Olimpic – Željezničar 0:3Mladost – Borac 2:0Velež – Drina 1:0Travnik – Sloboda 0:3Čelik – Vitez 0:0 On 3rd August: (Source: Fena)