60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.THIS charming five-bedroom Queenslander showcases classic beauty and modern comforts on an 810sq m block.A wraparound veranda with latticework and a butterfly staircase invites entry into the first floor of the house, with the front door framed by leadlight windows. Inside, VJ walls, high ceilings, decorative cornices, original timber flooring and ornate archways deliver old-world grandeur. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.Other features of the north-facing property include a single-car garage with a storage room, two covered parking spaces and extra off-street parking.Agent Taylor Kleinberg said the residence promised family living and an unrivalled lifestyle.“Quality character homes on large blocks are becoming increasingly rare, with this elegant home promising peace, privacy and unsurpassed family living,” Mr Kleinberg said. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.Living and dining rooms have access to the veranda through french doors with plantation shutters. Near the dining room is the kitchen, where black granite benchtops contrast beautifully with timber cabinetry. Other features of the cooking space include stainless steel appliances, a butlers pantry and an island benchtop.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 2020The first floor of the house also has a bathroom and three bedrooms, including the main bedroom with additional living space, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with stylish heritage appointments including a claw foot bath tub and timber vanity. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.The other bedrooms open through french doors to a covered back deck with city glimpses. Back inside, a staircase descends to the ground floor of the residence, which is centred on a large rumpus room with polished tiled flooring and a custom-built bar.Two bedrooms are off the rumpus room, including one with a built-in wardrobe. There is also a combined bathroom and laundry with external access.Outside, a covered patio overlooks an established backyard with a Hills hoist clothesline and an in-ground pool. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.The property is close to the Hawthorne Garage grocer, with a ferry terminal at the end of the street.
Willie Mullins’ charge is a general 4-7 chance ahead of the race but he has not scared off many rivals, with the likes of Paul Nicholls’ Vibrato Valtat, the Nicky Henderson-trained Josses Hill and Gordon Elliott’s Clarcam still in the mix. Mullins has extra strings to his bow in Vautour and Adriana Des Mottes, while Mick Channon’s Sgt Reckless is another of the leading home hopes. Melodic Rendezvous finished seventh in the Champion Hurdle last year but may try his Festival luck over fences. God’s Own was a Grade One winner at Punchestown last May and may bid to add a Festival win to his CV. Chris Pea Green, Cold March, Court Minstrel, Dunraven Storm, Sail By The Sea, Smashing, Ted Veale, Three Kingdoms, Top Gamble and Turn Over Sivola are also still in the mix. Hot favourite Un De Sceaux heads a list of 19 horses to stand their ground in the Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy at the Cheltenham Festival next Tuesday. Press Association
Complacency is the watchword for Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda as the Black Stars face three countries in Afcon 2017 qualifying.The national side has been drawin against Mauritius, Rwanda and Mozambique – a group which has widely been seen as easy across Ghana.“Now every country knows how to play now so we have to focus on qualifying for the Afcon,” he said on Wednesday.Fatau has plenty experience with featuring against teams seen as lower in stature to Ghana, with the most famous perhaps being the loss to Burkina Faso in the Afcon 2013 semifinal in South Africa.All he wants from Ghana over the six games is tunnel vision.“They know that they are coming to face Ghana so they will prepare very and make every effort so it’s not going to be easy at all,” Dauda said in the interview with Metro TV. Ghana start the journey to make another Afcon with Mauritius on the weekend of June 12-14, then an away trip to Rwanda in September and finally host Mozambique in March 2016.The reverse legs will start in March and finish in September next year.–Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmith