A luxury feel in the ensuite and dresser.Two of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while the main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite.Other features of each apartment include raked ceilings to the living areas along with high level glazing, quality timber flooring, wool blend carpet and stone tiles throughout.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 agoAll apartments also include two side-by-side car parks with storage rooms, either a large courtyard or one or more balconies and lift access, while some of the kitchens have walk-in pantries. Looking towards the veranda.On entry to apartment two, which has an internal floor plan of 134sq m, a central hallway passes the bedrooms, bathroom, study and a laundry before leading to the open-plan kitchen, living and dining space.Linen cupboards can be found in the hallway and laundry, while the kitchen has a walk-in pantry and the living and dining space opens through a wall of glass sliding doors to a balcony with a storage cupboard.The complex’s remaining apartments have similar floor plans, with the main bedrooms separated from the other bedrooms for privacy, and the open-plan living hubs extending outdoors. 2/11 Mayne St, Toowong.LIVING the high life is easy when this sort of luxury is on offer.The apartment, which is in a small modern complex of eight one-level apartments, is of house-like proportions and priced at $1.195m.Neutrally decorated, the apartments each have three bedrooms, a study, a bathroom with a separate shower and bath plus a large kitchen with stone bench tops, gas cooking and Miele appliances. Looking back towards the kitchen.“Local developers TDF have a brilliant track record of providing luxury apartment living to the local area,” said Mr Tozer, who is selling the property with colleague Graeme Sharp.“If you are seeking that ‘lock it and leave’ lifestyle, this is your opportunity.” Master bedroom.Located in a quiet street with a leafy outlook, the complex is metres from the popular family-friendly Perrin Park and a short walk from the central business district of Toowong. Agent Steven Tozer of Ray White Toowong said the apartments were ideal for empty nesters wanting to downsize from the family home to a life of comfort, relaxation and style, and upgrade to the latest of appliances and finishes.
Garcia is now facing aggravated assault charges with a bail set at $100,000.Subway’s national office has not responded following the incident. A Florida man fired shots after a dispute over making a sandwich.According to Palm Beach County sheriff officials 18-year-old Destin Garcia, and a co-worker at the Subway inside the Palm Springs, Florida, Walmart got into a dispute on Black Friday over a sandwich. Police say the co-worker made herself a wrap instead of a sandwich and did not pay the difference of about a dollar. Garcia became angry and showed up to the co-worker’s home the next morning.Investigators say Garcia pushed the woman, causing her husband to come outside. He then pulled out a gun and said “Do you think it’s a game?” and fired two shots near the woman’s feet. Police say the couple ran away and Garcia drove off.
Facebook Twitter Google+ On a team with three returning All-Americans, it’s easy for some of the supporting cast’s names to get lost in the shuffle. Redshirt freshman Joseph Dragon is trying to prevent that from happening.During the first three races of the season, Dragon has shown glimpses of becoming a key contributor on a No. 3 Syracuse team, a winner of all three of its matches, aiming for a national title. Last year, Dragon watched the Orange place third at the NCAA Championships. The redshirt year allowed him to develop and acclimate to college running before he even took a single stride for SU.“(Redshirting) gives runners a season to adjust and grow as a runner,” sophomore Kevin James said, “You train all fall and by the end of the year you’re a completely different person.”After not officially competing last season, Dragon placed third at the Harry Lang Invitational on Sept. 2 and ran sixth at the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational on Sept. 8. His latest performance in the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown on Sept. 22 may have solidified his role as a long-term asset for the Orange.In the middle of the race in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Dragon recalled associate head coach coach Brien Bell screaming at the pack of Syracuse runners that they “needed a fifth guy.” Later on, Bell’s talk honed in on Dragon, who was running at the same pace as SU’s top runners. During the final 100 meters of the race, Dragon blazed past five different runners to finish 12th and give Syracuse enough points for its third win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I knew I had a job to do because (Knight) wasn’t running,” Dragon said. “After (James), the team needed someone to finish out our scoring and win the meet, and I knew I could be that guy.”Although Dragon’s stretch of good racing has been needed for Syracuse, the awaited return of Knight will likely knock Dragon down in the lineup.Dragon compared his role on the team to Philo Germano’s in 2015. The now-senior was pegged to be Syracuse’s sixth man that year, but he stepped up and scored during the NCAA Championship, contributing toward SU’s first-ever national title.“I want to be in that sixth or seventh spot,” Dragon said, “If there’s a tie or someone has a bad race, I want to be that guy that steps up.”With Knight’s return pending, and several solid races under his belt, Dragon’s role for Syracuse is still not concrete. The redshirt freshman will have chances to prove he belongs in the top seven, head coach Chris Fox said.“He’s going to make our team through ACCs,” Fox said, “and maybe make it to nationals, which is a really good thing for a redshirt freshman.” Comments Published on October 10, 2017 at 9:30 pm Contact KJ: firstname.lastname@example.org | @KJEdelman