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.
Mourinho had been under pressure amid reports he would be sacked.His side had been 2-0 down to winless Newcastle at half-time of the Premier League game, but they scored three goals in the final 20 minutes to turn the match around.After the game, Mourinho said he could “cope with the manhunt” against him.A 90th-minute winner from Alexis Sanchez ended a run of four games without a win, United have recorded their worst league start for 29 years and are eighth in the table.Mourinho has until 18:00 BST on Friday to respond to the charge.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho has been charged over comments he made in Portuguese to a television camera after his side’s win over Newcastle.It is claimed Mourinho used “abusive, insulting or improper language” after the 3-2 come-back victory at Old Trafford on 6 October.The Football Association used a lip reader and the 55-year-old’s remarks were interpreted as offensive.
After a rivalry loss to UCLA last week, the men’s volleyball team looks to continue learning from its mistakes in order to bounce back before heading up north to take on No. 8 Stanford on Thursday. “Our preparation has still been about learning volleyball, developing the mentality, being engaged, being ready, learning the IQ, working on some of the techniques that we have been trying to hone and trying to drill in them and taking it to the next level,” head coach Jeff Nygaard said.Even with reinforcement from the coaches on the basics, the Trojans will find Stanford to be a difficult team to defeat if they do not take it to that next level. The Cardinals thrived in their opening game in MPSF play against Pepperdine with a team season high of 46 digs, a career high 21 kills for freshman outside hitter Jordan Ewert and a career bests in assists (45) and digs (11) for freshman setter Paul Bischoff.“They just have a good brand of volleyball,” Nygaard said. “Their strength has always been passing and offensive system. There are going to be five attackers against three blockers when they do their system well.”Despite the impressive stats from Stanford’s last game, Nygaard is making sure the team keeps its focus on its side of the net. If they do this, Nygaard hopes his team will put pressure on Stanford and force them to make the plays instead of handing them free points from errors on their side. “It is just a question of if you execute at a high level,” Nygaard said. “They are going to do some things that you probably haven’t seen before, but you’ve still got to compete. We are talking about the top-tier teams, so you’re not going to shut anybody down. You just need to play and keep them at a certain level, and then you need to be above that level to give yourself a shot.” That competitive edge just might come from 6-foot-2 community college transfer Gianluca Grasso, who has officially joined the team and might be able to play on Thursday. The team staff has been working for over a year to get Grasso to USC, and it is finally becoming a reality. Hailing from Sao Paolo, Brazil, Grasso was named the All-Pacific Coast Conference Co-MVP playing for Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa last year. Grasso has volleyball in his blood, as his two siblings played volleyball in college, and both of his parents played for Brazil’s national teams. While he still needs to get used to the team’s system and fight for a starting position, Nygaard believes that the addition of Grasso would be beneficial for the team as a whole.“He just comes in with that intimate knowledge of how volleyball works,” Nygaard said. “He has just been around it and inundated with it. He brings an experience factor of making reads and sees the game at a high level. He has a high volleyball IQ, and he has developed into an explosive player.” With the uncertainty of Grasso for this game, the Trojans will look to maintain the intensity and competitiveness that won them their games earlier in the season. Nygaard’s focus is keeping his team’s energy high throughout the game, so that the Trojans can maintain control of the pace of the game.“Of course, if we come in and expect to win, they are going to beat us,” said Nygaard. “If we come in prepared to battle, prepared to go head-to-head, prepared to first-whistle-last-whistle compete at a high level, I am happy with that. I think we will get the outcome we want.”