first_imgHard to believe this is just an hour’s drive from the Brisbane CBD. New 22ha lake coming to the southeast Buyers clamour over renovated ‘ugly duckling’ Interest rates on hold for two years “The toughest decision,” according to agent Wendy Roberts of ReMax Living Burpengary, was which way to look when you’re on the deck of the home in Rocksberg, home.The five bedroom, three bathroom, five car space house has spectacular views across the Caboolture hinterland through to the Glasshouse Mountains, Bribie Island, Moreton Island, Brisbane, the Blackall Range and across 250 acres of creeks and wildlife reserved as common land. There are stunning views across every room in this house.A HOME north of Brisbane that’s broken through the million-dollar mark for the first time ever was still considered a steal given its breathtaking location.The dual living property was snapped up in under a month by local buyers who were looking at moving the extended family in.The property in a secure gated community in Rocksberg — an hour from Brisbane’s CBD — broke through into millionaire territory on Monday. It had last changed hands between family members for $800,000 six years ago. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoThe home has been set up for dual living.Ms Roberts was not surprised by the price the home fetched, saying she was still fielding queries for the property now.“Had there been a couple of improvements done on the property it would have sold for over $1m … the buyers are going to make some personal changes anyway,” she said. “The views are just unbelievable.” The central courtyard would be perfect for those with small children to keep an eye on.Her jaw dropped when the sellers asked her over for a late afternoon chat before the sale.“It was beautiful to see the change in the colour and light.”“It was on the market probably under a month.”center_img Another living space, and the views stretch for miles.The property is just 15 minutes from Morayfield with a land parcel of 3.2 hectares.Among its features was a cosy wood heater, a large deck for entertaining, and a large open plan entertaining area with bar and pool table. The home has seven solar panels and about 100,000 litres of water storage. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK One of five bedrooms in the home.“Every window you look out you’ve got a different view. They used to be able to see fireworks in Brisbane on a clear night, Moreton Island, Bribie, right up the Sunny Coast.”The gated community has ten homes all up, offering acreage lifestyle without the hassle and full complete home security.last_img read more

first_img2 years later and I’m still fighting the Skins on something they’ve continued to do countless time . Which is why the best tackle in the game refuses to play for them now. Same reason I left. Mishandled injuries and withheld info. All evidence points to them being guilty!— Va-Cay 🌤🌴 (@iammsuzy) August 12, 2019I will continue to fight this case and as the Skins continue to call countless irrelevant witnesses to buy time and hopefully wait me out from their due fate . I will not settle no matter how much the Skins drag their feet on this . They know they’re guilty!— Va-Cay 🌤🌴 (@iammsuzy) August 12, 2019During the time I was put on the exempt list the Skins went out of their way to cut my insurance off, froze my payments, refuse to pay me and even recoup pay. All for a very real injury that THEY decided was made up. Which is why people fear being hurt in the league.— Va-Cay 🌤🌴 (@iammsuzy) August 12, 2019I will not be intimated nor will this go away anytime soon Skins. The evidence in court shows your guilty actions. The lies and mixed stories your witness provided have all been proven false . Use the CBA rules to your advantage all you want I will still win ! You will not! 💯— Va-Cay 🌤🌴 (@iammsuzy) August 12, 20192 years and no interest added to what I’m rightfully due and no timetable as to when the Skins will be forced to pay me what they owe. I’m willing to fight until the end. I thank the players who have experienced this with this team first hand that have called them on it!— Va-Cay 🌤🌴 (@iammsuzy) August 12, 20192019 NFL PREDICTIONS:AFC East | AFC West | AFC North | AFC SouthNFC East | NFC West | NFC North | NFC SouthCravens, a second-round pick in 2016, had a promising rookie season but then sat out all of 2017. A week before the start of the 2017 season, Cravens told the team he planned to retire. He was eventually placed on the reserve/left squad list by Washington.In December of that season, Cravens’ agent, Fadde Mikhail, released the following statement:“My client suffered from Post Concussion Syndrome and, under the care of Dr. Michael Collins at the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program, Su’a has undergone targeted treatment and rehabilitation. He is now asymptomatic and clear to return back to ALL THINGS FOOTBALL. Su’a is excited and looking forward to the 2018 NFL season and the many years to follow.”At no point that year did Washington reveal Cravens was dealing with a medical issue.MMQB took a deep dive into the subject last year, interviewing people on both sides.Here’s an excerpt from that story: Su’a Cravens took to Twitter Monday to discuss his situation with his former team: the Washington Redskins.This isn’t the first time he’s voiced his frustrations with the franchise. But with Trent Williams’ holdout, Cravens saw an opportunity to shed light on his situation once again. Cravens believes Washington did not entertain the idea that he had a football-related injury when he met with them after learning he was placed on the left squad. “There was no argument,” he says. “It was just, This is not a football injury. You were cleared by our guys, you sprung this on us and you walked away and you basically quit.”Cravens seems to believe Williams is dealing with a similar issue with Washington. The 7-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman had a surgical procedure performed earlier in the year to remove a growth from his head.”He feels like that situation was mishandled and that when it’s something that significant and you end up having to go through a pretty serious procedure that he went through it’s not water under the bridge, it’s not something you can easily get beyond and he has not gotten beyond it,” NFL reporter Jason La Canfora said in June about Williams’ situation with the Redskins.The last 5 yrs, no team has lost more players to injury than the Redskins.Their games lost to injury is 44% above avg (per FO).Ranks18: 3217: 2516: 2815: 3114: 24In the last yr they botched Guice, Smith & McCoy injuries. All needed at least 3 surgeries for same injury. https://t.co/jJ3bBt3bq5— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) June 5, 2019Cravens was dealt to the Broncos before last season, and played in five games in 2018. He’s listed as the backup strong safety for Denver heading into 2019.last_img read more