6 Oct
2020

Entertain family and friends right here in this superb location

first_imgOne of the large bathrooms at 82 McIlwraith Ave, Norman Park.Making the most of a rear northern aspect and privacy of the grounds, the kitchen, lounge and dining areas flow out through floor-to-ceiling glass sliders, on to flawless alfresco entertaining areas. Enjoy the open-plan design at 82 McIlwraith Ave, Norman Park.Mr Sung said the home was great for entertaining friends and family.“From the kitchen, there’s a clear view of the outside area,” he said.“It’s perfect for parents wanting to keep an eye on children.”Located within the catchment of the highly-regarded Seven Hills State School, the property is an easy walk to St Thomas’ Primary, transport, local cafes, shops and the popular Perth Street Park. You could certainly cook up a storm here at 82 McIlwraith Ave, Norman Park.Mr Sung said the two-level property at 82 McIlwraith Ave, had four bedrooms, each serviced by their own bathroom.One of the bathrooms is a shared ensuite.He said there was an easy option of a fifth bedroom.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 Invite your mates around and enjoy the space at 82 McIlwraith Ave, Norman Park.Surrounded by established greenery, the shaded terrace with integrated barbecue sits beside the grassed yard and saltwater pool with stone water feature.A separate theatre or children’s playroom and private home office are also on the ground level.Mr Sung says the property is in one of the area’s top end streets.“It’s on the crest of the street and there is a very nice outlook at the front,” he said. 82 Mcilwraith Ave, Norman Park.A new build at Norman Park has hit the market and is designed for growing families.Builder Richard Sung, who is selling the five-bedroom, three-bathroom property, said it was “probably one of the best homes” he has built.“It really is a great family house,” said Mr Sung, who lives in the area.“This home would be perfect for a family with young kids or even teenage children – there’s lots of separate living areas.”last_img read more

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20 Sep
2020

Alderweireld calls for calm

first_img “We can be happy but from tomorrow we have to be focused on Saturday because it is a big day again. It can change very quickly in the Premier League.” The start to the season has seen Koeman and his players defy the odds after it was suggested they would struggle having lost the likes of Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren, Luke Shaw and Calum Chambers over the summer. But in players like Alderweireld, as well as Pelle and Tadic who both impressed once again on Saturday, Koeman has remodelled his squad into a side who look capable of continuing such form. Mauricio Pochettino led Saints to a best-ever eighth place Premier League finish last year before departing for Tottenham but Alderweireld feels that can be beaten this year. “I think better than last season,” the Belgium international answered when asked what Southampton should aim for this campaign. “If we can make that step and finish in a better position that last season we can be happy. “I knew a lot of players that Koeman brought and knew we had a good team. I signed here for a year to play good football and play with good players. Wes Brown was replaced at half-time by Bridcutt but had already seen enough to know that Sunderland were nowhere near good enough. Although the 35-year-old felt that Fletcher should have been awarded at 2-0, the former Manchester United man confessed it would not have papered over the cracks. “We didn’t manage to get the penalty and we are disappointed with that decision,” he said. “Had that been given it might have changed the game, he could have been sent off too, especially if we had put the ball in the net from it. “It would have been 2-1 at the time. But it was not good enough today. There were not enough of us alive. To concede eight says it all really. “There were too many of us off our game. we might have had 10 minutes, but then they got a goal, got a second goal and a third. We needed to come out and show some fight and we didn’t do that. “It has to be a one-off, you can’t do that in the Premier League. You get punished like that if you do. We have to put this behind us as quickly as possible.” The Black Cats did little to help their own cause as Santiago Vergini hammered in an own goal that will live long in the memory to put Southampton on their way to their biggest ever Premier League win. Player of the month Graziano Pelle continued his impressive start to the campaign by tapping in a second before Jack Cork added a third before half-time. A second own goal from substitute Liam Bridcutt made it four, then Pelle completed a brace before Dusan Tadic, Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mane also got on the scoresheet. Sunderland were unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty at 2-0 when Fraser Forster came off his line and appeared to bring down Steven Fletcher – although referee Andre Marriner was unmoved. The rout means Southampton hold on to third spot in the Barclays Premier League table with manager of the month Ronald Koeman continuing his impressive start to life in English football. Stoke are the next visitors to St Mary’s next weekend but Alderweireld, who lifted the Primera Division title with Atletico last season, knows the players need to remain grounded as they look to build on such a memorable result. “Of course we can be very satisfied with the result,” he said. “The second half was much better than the first but we have to keep calm. It is only three points and next week will be tough. The 25-year-old is currently on loan at St Mary’s from Atletico Madrid and is now an integral part of the most miserly defence in English football. It was in attack where Southampton made the headlines on Saturday as they dished out a mauling to a Sunderland side who were simply blown away by the forward players on show for the hosts. Toby Alderweireld insists Southampton must not get carried away following their 8-0 thrashing of Sunderland. Press Associationlast_img read more

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