first_imgVida at North Lakes will feature an exclusive residents-only park, BBQ pavilion and swimming pool, all set within a private, gated enclave.Buyers have snapped up more than 20 per cent of the luxury townhouses at Vida, North Lakes, in less than a month, with a low maintenance lifestyle and location being drawcards to the area.The architect-designed collection offers exclusive living next door to Lake Eden.Vida will feature an exclusive residents-only park, BBQ pavilion and swimming pool, all set within a private, gated enclave. A range of two, three and four-bedroom townhomes are available, with prices currently starting at $419,000. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoVida at North Lakes will feature an exclusive residents-only park, BBQ pavilion and swimming pool, all set within a private, gated enclave.Stockland turned the first sod on Vida in early October, marking the official start of construction of the 96-townhome project. Stockland regional manager David Laner said: “We are seeing strong interest from a range of buyers with downsizers particularly attracted to Vida’s location, great range of facilities and low-maintenance lifestyle.“As a mature community, North Lakes has everything you need right on the doorstep, including shopping, entertainment, health and public transport services,” he said.“It is also a perfect choice for anyone looking for a private and secure location with easy access to the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane airport and beyond.”The Vida townhomes have been designed by award-winning Queensland architects Hollindale Mainwaring to offer contemporary urban living in a subtropical setting.Exteriors are influenced by urban habitat with stylish brickwork contrasted with angular metal cladding. Courtyards and balconies provide a range of private entertaining and alfresco dining options and maximise air flow.Interiors feature open-plan layouts with internal light-wells, high quality fixtures and finishes and clever storage solutions.Mr Laner said the initial strong interest in Vida was testament to the project’s design, pricing and location in northern Brisbane’s lifestyle capital, North Lakes.last_img read more

first_img Dyche insisted the decision was not the sole reason his side are bottom of the table and facing a return to the Championship after a one-season stay in the top flight. “I’m not going to remotely suggest that it’s this one decision that has led to where we are,” he said. “We’ve created enough chances to win games and we haven’t taken them. “But when you really need decisions to be right, in my opinion it wasn’t right. “It’s a massive moment in a game like this. That changes everything. It’s hard enough to win games at this level 11 v 11. “It’s a real sadness to me that at this stage of the season and these vital games I’m having to speak about a referee’s decision which quite obviously changed the game.” The Hammers might be safe in mid-table but Allardyce’s side had scored only three goals in their previous seven games and they failed to make their numerical advantage pay – having to settle for a single goal as their fans endured a tense finish to the game. Allardyce, who admitted the sending off was “unfortunate” said: “The penalty, there’s no doubt. It was very important because we didn’t score any more goals. We should’ve scored more, we didn’t and we won 1-0. “Our only weakness today was not converting more chances. “Because we didn’t get that goal at the end, or in the middle of the second half, to make it 2-0 you all get a little nervous based on what’s happened to us recently. “We saw it out today, so we’ve done everything right. “That clean sheet has been the key factor in the last two games to get us back on winning ways.” The Clarets are eight points adrift of safety with three games remaining after Michael Duff’s controversial sending off and Mark Noble’s resulting penalty earned the Hammers victory at Upton Park. “That makes it a whole big mountain to climb now. You’re going into myths, legends and folklores,” said Dyche, whose side next play Hull, one of the two safe teams they can overhaul. Burnley manager Sean Dyche admits a miraculous recovery is required for his side to retain their Premier League status following the 1-0 loss at West Ham. Press Association “I’m a realist. I don’t do blind faith. Positive realities, I call it. I’m positive but there has to be a reality.” Referee Jonathan Moss dismissed Duff for clipping Cheikhou Kouyate in the box, with Noble converting the spot kick for Sam Allardyce’s side to score their first penalty of the season. Dyche has no qualms with the penalty award, but believes anyone in the vicinity of Upton Park would have been surprised with the red card being issued. “I asked the ref after the game and he said it was because he was ready to shoot and score,” Dyche added. “I’ve got no problem with the fact it’s a penalty. I think there’s a stadium full of people who are very surprised it’s a sending off. “I can only imagine their manager was surprised. Their staff were certainly surprised. I think the subs were surprised it was a sending off. “I think the groundsman was surprised it was a sending off, I think the linesman was surprised it was a sending off. “I think there was a tube station nearby where they were surprised it was a sending off.” last_img read more