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first_img77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersTHIS Commodore Drive mansion commands the most attention in its waterfront neighbourhood, with a dramatic design built around a central atrium and a glass roof. The 1989 home has been through a succession of high-profile hands including the Sunland and Raptis groups, a rich Japanese businesswoman and a company with Malaysian links. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersMr Collie said he added solar panels, a veranda, new double doors to the front entry and repainted the home.“It was originally black and grey,” he said. “I never imagined changing the home structurally because it has such a unique and beautiful design.”77 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters4 5 4Price: $4.85 millionFeatures: Outdoor kitchen, swimming pool and atrium Area: 870sq mAgent: Elie Fakhri and Paula Fakhri, Joseph Douglas Realty, Surfers Paradise 77 Commodore Drive Paradise Waters“Over the years I have made some of my own upgrades and put our own style to it.“I have lived in a number of homes, some of them were the same size as this but the design was nowhere near as clever as this home.“It is a very easy home to live in, and it is comfortable while still being elegant.” 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersThe current homeowners, Kiwi couple Wayne and Elaine Collie bought the residence in 2004 after they looked at almost 100 homes between Noosa and Coolangatta. “We were living in New Zealand at the time and looking for a home on the coast which was close enough for our daughter Nadia to go to Bond University,” the businessman said. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise Waters“It was important to find a home that was well located in the middle of town and had a good neighbourhood, but this property also had a certain jaw-dropping presence about it.“When we stepped inside, the foyer really captured our attention.” Floor-to-ceiling glass in the lounge provide views of Main Beach and Southport.Dolphins are regular guests at the waterfront property, swimming up to the pontoon. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoDespite its luxurious style, Mr Collie said it was a practical home above all. “I can be in the study while we have a full house and I won’t notice it because of the space and clever floor plan,” he said. “There are always friends or family over.” The home is designed with two separate wings with bedrooms on either side. 77 Commodore Drive Paradise WatersThe four bedrooms have a hotel style and the main bedroom features a private balcony. Mr and Mrs Collie have not had to pay an electricity bill in eight years.“For a luxury home it is sustainable too,” Mr Collie said.last_img read more

first_img McGinley selected Stephen Gallacher, Ian Poulter and Westwood for the biennial contest against the United States from September 26-28, with Donald missing out despite his superb record in team golf. The former world number one achieved a 7-1 record in two Walker Cup wins and has claimed 10 and a half points from 15 matches in four previous Ryder Cup appearances, all of which ended in a European victory. Press Association The 36-year-old also partnered Paul Casey to World Cup glory in 2004 but has paid the price for an indifferent season, recording just one top 10 on the European Tour in 2014. “It came down to form between the two players and Lee just slightly pipped him,” McGinley said. “It was a very, very difficult conversation. “My relationship with Luke is very close. His first match in the Ryder Cup I was his partner (a half against Chris Riley and Stewart Cink in 2004). “It will be strange to be in a Ryder Cup environment without Luke. His record is absolutely outstanding. “He’s a player that will no doubt go on to make many more appearances in the Ryder Cup and it was a very, very difficult call that I had to make, but one that I had to do in the interests of the European team. “He was very, very disappointed and rightly so. He is a former world number one whose record stands up with anyone in the game. “He said ‘I publicly backed you to be the captain and even though you have not picked me I believe you will be a great captain. His last two words were ‘Go Europe.'” Westwood admitted he breathed a sigh of relief after getting the call on Monday night from McGinley, who telephoned everyone on the world points list down to the Englishman in 16th place. European captain Paul McGinley revealed Lee Westwood had “slightly pipped” Luke Donald to a Ryder Cup wild card after completing his team for Gleneagles on Tuesday. That meant telling Miguel Angel Jimenez, Francesco Molinari and Joost Luiten they had not been selected. “I am obviously delighted, the Ryder Cup has always been a massive thing in my career,” said Westwood, who has made eight consecutive appearances but suffered a slump in form mid-season after winning the Malaysian Open in April. “I have played a lot better the last month. Paul asked me to show some form and I think I did so, especially in the final round at Bridgestone (a 63) and then leading after the first round of the US PGA as well. “I think Paul has picked me for my experience. I have played under eight different captains and pretty much seen all it can throw at you.” Gallacher came agonisingly close to securing an automatic place on the team by finishing third in the Italian Open on Sunday, just one shot out of the share of second place he required. However, McGinley stayed on in Turin after missing the cut and witnessed the Scot card a flawless closing 65 to record his 10th top-10 finish of a qualifying campaign which also saw him retain his Dubai Desert Classic title in February. “I think his performance last week in Italy, under the spotlight, was huge,” McGinley said. “He’ll look back at that at the end of his career, whatever he goes on to achieve, as one of the highlights of his career, if not the highlight. “I’m very proud for him being Scottish. I’m lucky in that I’ve played a Ryder Cup in my home country so I know what it’s going to feel like for Stevie and how proud he’s going to be.” Gallacher, whose uncle Bernard played in the contest eight times and captained Europe on three occasions, said: “It’s massive for me and my family. It’s been a goal of mine all my days to get in. “My emotions on Sunday were mixed. I was delighted with the way I played and disappointed to not qualify. “I was up against a lot of good players for the picks and did not really have a clue what was going to happen. It was a long day yesterday but it was all worth it in the end.” Poulter has earned the nickname ‘Mr Ryder Cup’ and with some justification. This is the third time he has needed a wild card to make the team, but he has raised his game on every occasion and none more so than at Medinah in 2012. The 38-year-old won all four of his matches and famously birdied the last five holes alongside Rory McIlroy to beat Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson in the Saturday fourballs. He also beat Webb Simpson in the singles to take his record to an amazing 12 wins from 15 matches. “I was absolutely thrilled to get the call from Paul and I can’t wait to get to Gleneagles,” Poulter said. “The Ryder Cup means a lot to me and I guarantee I will be ready to give it my best.” Speaking after the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston on Monday, Donald revealed he had spoken to McGinley after missing the cut in the previous FedEx Cup play-off event. “I told him I felt like my game was pretty close,” Donald told reporters. “It seems like I have been in a bit of a mental rut and not been able to get any momentum going on the golf course… but I feel like the game isn’t far away. “Hopefully (McGinley) looks a little past form. It’s not a nice feeling to wait it out. If you don’t make it automatically you only have yourself to blame. I wouldn’t hold it against Lee and wouldn’t hold it against captain McGinley (if I didn’t get picked).” Donald’s agent was not available for comment on Tuesday but former captain Nick Faldo, whose side suffered Europe’s only defeat this century at Valhalla in 2008, wrote on Twitter: “If Lee and Luke were a tied pick for me, I would have picked Luke. Fab short game under pressure in probably rough weather!” last_img read more

first_img The four-year-old filly opened her account over jumps at Grade One level as she got the better of her stable companion Kalkir. The pair treated racegoers to a tremendous finish, with Bryan Cooper driving Petite Parisienne (6-1) home by a length and three-quarters from Ruby Walsh on the 5-4 favourite. Prussian Eagle was third. Mullins said: “I’m happy with both of them and both will go to Cheltenham for the Triumph. That was a good prep run. “Hopefully both of them will improve from that and they are two nice horses to be going with. I also have Dicosimo who will go there as well.” Cooper said: “She’s a grand filly. We went a good gallop and she came back on the bridle pretty strong going down to the last. “I was always confident. It rode a good race and she’s tough. It was a big help getting the allowance as a filly and she’s going the right way.” RaceBets and Paddy Power quote Petite Parisienne at 10-1 from 25-1 for the JCB Triumph Hurdle. Who’s That (20-1) was third in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Handicap Hurdle 12 months ago and went two better off a 1lb lower mark this time, beating Misty Lady by a length and a quarter. Petite Parisienne headed a Willie Mullins one-two after a thrilling climax to the Gala Retail Spring Juvenile Hurdle at Leopardstown.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more