The home in on a big block at the intersection of four canals.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The property is on a 923sq m block at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, with water frontage making up nearly half of the boundary line.On the ground floor there is an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that flows out to the veranda, a separate lounge room and a guest bedroom that could be used as a home office. There is also a bathroom with shower and a laundry. Upstairs the master bedroom has a walk-in robe, ensuite with spa bath and balcony access while the second bedroom also has a walk-in robe and balcony access. The third bedroom has a walk-in robe and the fourth bedroom has a built-in robe. A Bali hut overlooks the canals.The family bathroom has a separate bath and shower. Outside there is an in-ground saltwater swimming pool, Bali hut, a boardwalk along the edge of the property and a heavy duty piled pontoon. “I’m going to miss our good neighbours and I’m going to miss being able to do the entire garden in two hours on the weekend and have the rest of the weekend to relax and enjoy,” Mr Hosking said. The home is being marketed by Stephan Siegfried and Johanne Fenton from One Agency Redcliffe.The property will be auctioned on April 29 at 10am. The home at 29 Enterprise Ct, Newport, is on the market.Keith and Kay Hosking are preparing to say goodbye to their Newport home in favour of country living, but they will miss the luxury waterside residence.Mr Hosking said they bought 29 Enterprise Ct 10 years ago for a “host of reasons” and have loved calling it home.“Almost every room in the house has a water view and the property is on the junction of four canals — it’s a huge body of water,” he said.“The design of the house is good for entertaining and the big pontoon was important because we have a boat.“I collect classic cars so the ability to garage up to six vehicles was also a bonus.”
American born Bob Bradley will lead Egypt into the 2014 FIFA World Cup play-off against Ghana over two legs aware of his set goal when he took up the post of national coach. Bradley said at the time his goal was to try and take the Pharaohs to the World Cup finals in Brazil next year.With the first match scheduled for 15 October in Kumasi before the return leg on 19 November in Cairo, Bradley spoke to Cafonline.com ahead of the first encounter. Cafonline.com: How difficult has your campaign been taking into consideration there has been no competition in Egypt for well over a year?Bradley: We needed to adjust without a league but the players deserve respect and admiration for the way they have handled everythingCafonline.com: Your take the only 100% record from the qualifiers into the play-off, how much pressure is that on Egypt going into the playoffs?Bradley: The pressure to qualify comes from the fact that Egypt has not played in a World Cup since 1990 and it is the dream of all the people. Cafonline.com: You were in charge of USA when Ghana won 2-1 in the round of 16 at 2010 World Cup. How do you intend to use the knowledge and experience from that time this time round?Bradley: The Ghana coach is now James Kwesi Appiah but the team is still very talented. We know Ghana is a strong team and we are focused on the first leg in Kumasi. Our staff has worked very hard on preparations for Ghana and we know their team very well. Cafonline.com: It is a known factor that football activities have been hampered in Egypt. How much a factor will it be this time going into the Ghana game as opposed to the qualifiers before?Bradley: We just completed a short camp where we had two friendlies with Uganda. This camp was important to work with the players whose teams have not been playing regular matches. Cafonline.com: Mohamed Salah has been your star player in the qualifiers, how important will he be for the playoffs?Bradley: Mohamed Salah is an excellent player and plays a very important attacking role in our team.Cafonline.com: Egypt failed to reach the CAN last year and do you see the World Cup ticket as a consolation in that regard? Do you think your team has the capacity to take Egypt to the World Cup for the first time since 1990?Bradley: We were disappointed not to qualify for CAN but the goal since I came to Egypt was always the World Cup. The players have responded to every challenge and believe we can get to the World Cup.