Gold Coast mega mansion sells for millions in cash in just two days

first_imgThis home at 41 Conifer Cres, Broadbeach Waters, has sold. Pic: mega mansions on the Gold Coast fetched the biggest dollars in Queensland in the past week, according to property analytics company CoreLogic.An architecturally designed home on Main River in Broadbeach Waters sold for $2.95 million in just two days to an expat living visiting from Hong Kong. The deck on the home at 41 Conifer Cres, Broadbeach Waters. Pic:“He looked at (the house) for half an hour to 45 minutes and made a cash offer,” Mr Dytor said.“I wish they were all like that.”A five-bedroom, six-bathroom home on 2000 sqm at Sanctuary Cove was the second biggest sale of the week, according to CoreLogic. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe view from 41 Conifer Cres, Broadbeach Waters. Picture:’s also an outdoor kitchen with built-in gas barbecue, wine fridge and outdoor heaters.Scott Dytor of Dytor & Yates said the buyer was on the Gold Coast for the Magic Millions Raceday pre-sales and saw the property listed for sale in the window of the agency. BRISBANE HOUSE SOLD FOR $151,000 This star retreat at 6256 Spyglass Hill, Hope Island, has sold.The house has been home to a number of star tenants, including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Pink, Harry Styles, Dave Grohl, Paris Hilton and Johnny Depp. This home at 41 Conifer Cres, Broadbeach Waters, has sold. Pic: five-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 41 Conifer Crescent sold through Dytor & Yates Broadbeach Waters in a cash deal.Features include a large boat pontoon, freshwater pool, Bali hut, outdoor shower and riverside deck with skyline views. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The kitchen in the home at 6256 Spyglass Hill, Hope Island.The rock star residence at 6256 Spyglass Hill, Hope Island, sold for $2.86 million before auction to a local family through Hope Island Resort Realty. SANDRA SULLY SELLS BEACH HOMES This property at 6256 Spyglass Hill, Hope Island, has sold.last_img read more

Tottenham striker Adebayor called up by Togo

first_imgTottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor is among 23 players summoned by coach Didier Six to face Gabon on 8 September in the first leg of the African Cup of Nations, South Africa 2013 in Libreville.Other players recalled are goalkeeper Kossi Agassa,Guillaume Brenner and Floyd AyitéAbsent from the squad is defender Donou Kokou. The Maranatha defender must serve a one-game suspension for having received two yellow cards.List of 23 players summonedGoalkeepers: Agassa Kossi (Reims, France), Mawugbé Atsu (Maranatha, Togo), Tchagouni Baba (Dijon, France).Defenders: Serge Akakpo (Zilina, Slovakia) Dare Nibombé (RBDB FC, Belgium) Gafar Mamah (Dacia, Moldova), Vincent Bossou (Saigon, Vietnam), Sadat Ouro Akoriko (Free State Stars, South Africa). Environments : Alaixys Romao (Lorient, France), Moustapha Salifou (Saarbrucken, Germany), Komlan Amewou (Nîmes Olympique, France), Mani SAPOL (Batna, Algeria), Dové Wome (Free State Stars, South Africa), Floyd Ayité ( Reims, France), Razak Boukari (Wolverhampton, England) Djene Dakonam (Coton Sport, Cameroon), Guillaume Brenner (Alki Larnaca, Cyprus) Amétépé Kodjo (Maranatha, Togo).Strikers: Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham, England), Serge Gakpé (Nantes, France), Prince Ségbéfia (Auxerre, France), Kalen Damssi (Lille, France), Mohamed Alassani (Cozensa, Italy).last_img read more

Ghana duo to officiate at World Swimming competition

first_imgTwo Ghanaian Swimming Officials would officiate in this year’s Federation International de Nation (FINA) World Junior Championships to be held in Dubai.The two are the current technical director of the Ghana Swimming Association, Kwame Kpodoh and its treasurer, Helena Williams.They become the first in the history of the country to officiate at a world swimming event.Kwame Kpodoh who doubles as a member of the technical swimming committee of the Africa swimming federation last officiated in the Africa junior championship zone 2 held in Akure Nigeria last year.Helena Williams, a lecturer at the University of Ghana and staunch member of the Ghana Swimming federation has been instrumental in organizing most swimming competitions in the country and on the continent.The duo came through a rather rigorous selection procedure by the Switzerland based Swimming Body unscathed with Kwame Kpodoh shared his excitement with Joy Sports. “For now am very delighted, I was not expecting it but I think it is good news for Ghana swimming. It is the first time we are having officials at a major world event. I think I was lucky because I was chosen from over three hundred officials,” he said.Helena Williams could not hide her joy either when JOY Sports caught up with her.“It’s the highest place I can be in my career. I am so excited and I think the country should be proud that we are representing them at such a level, I’m honored and grateful,” she said.The 15th edition of the World Junior Swimming Championship would be staged in Dubai from the August 26 to 31.last_img read more