Fletcher home at 26 Tallowwood Crescent listed with $1.1 million price guide

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Fletcher property with $1.1m guide set to raise the roof WOW FACTOR: This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

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LUXURY: Open plan living extends effortlessly to outdoor entertaining and the house comes complete with its own four-person sauna.

TRANQUIL: There is an inground swimming pool and bushland surrounds. The property in total is over 800 square metres of land.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent has been listed with a guide of $1.1 million.

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1234567891011121314151617 – Theresa Day believes a home with “wow factor” in Fletcher’s Tallowwood Crescent will take the suburb past the million-dollar mark.

The principalof Day by Day Property Solutions raised the suburb ceiling in July when she sold 5 Sabre Close for $977,000.

This week she listed a residence at 26 Tallowwood Crescent with a guide of $1.1 million.

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“It’s a blue-ribbon street which backs onto bushland reserve and it’s on a large corner block of 824 square metres,” Ms Day said.

“It has five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, three living areas, a nice pool area, a guest room downstairs, study, a four-person infrared sauna on the alfresco area anda master retreat with a spa bath which opens to a private balcony overlooking the pool and bush.”

Theresa Day

According to n Property Monitors data, the median house price for Fletcher was $623,500 for 126sales last year.

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Ms Day said the Fletcher market had “cooled slightly”.

“There’s the most amount of houses for sale in the Fletcher area that I’ve ever seen, so the urgency to purchase something isn’t there and time on market is a little bit longer now,” she said.

“But you can’t put it into the same category as other houses on the market.This will probably sell quicker than something that’s in the $600,000s because it’s unique and it will be the benchmark.”

Inspections are by appointment only.

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Harris Farm Markets plan to make its new Cooks Hill site the biggest of all its stores

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Brother act: Luke Harris, left, with brothers Angus and Tristan at the new Harris Farm Market in Cooks Hill. Picture: Simone De PeakHARRIS Farm Markets splashed more than $5 million on its new Cooks Hill store, with its co-chief executive officer Luke Harris labelling it the “biggest, most impressive” food market in the Southern Hemisphere.

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On site at the 227 Darby Street store, Sydney-based Mr Harris said HFM had opted to move from Glendale for more space at Cooks Hill.

At 1200sqm, the Darby Streetsite is three times bigger, and when a second building is refurbished for more retail it will become HFM’s largest store.

The refurbishment of the first building, which in the past houseda restaurant and various businesses, encountered delays including a mining tunnel foundbeneath the car park.But it was rewarding.

“It’s such a big, old, amazing building. We pulled down the roof and it was like a cathedral, the timber is beautiful,” Mr Harris said, adding that the original, early 1900s building was amachinery shed for nearby wool stores.

Mr Harris said the Cooks Hill store features its “world class” fruit and vegetables and other market “experiences” including a full-scale butcher, a fish shop with fish cafe, a giant cheese selection, a milk bar featuring ‘pour your own’ milk and a global food arcade.

There is also what he’s referred to as the “Willy Wonka bakery” –in fact, Maryville’s Uprising bakery, which has a retail shop and baking facilities that are literally “in the sky”, on a mezzanine level.

“It’s a ‘breadfall’ –we are baking it, pulling it out of the oven and it goes on to a bread fall [conveyer belt- and the customer pulls a rope and it dispenses in front of them and they put it in a bag,” said Uprising’s Alice Lees.

The bakery stocks a similar range to Uprising’s Maryville location but also has new frozen products:uncooked pizza dough bases and uncooked croissants for people to cook at home.

There’s also espresso bar Cadre Coffee, byEast End cafe and roastery Moor.

Despite its proximity to Marketown and Aldi, Mr Harris says the area was “crying out” for HFM.

“This is our flagship and our store of the future,” he said of the site, for which HFM has a 20-year lease.

Cats take Morrison with AFLW top pick

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Nina Morrison is the No.1 pick in the AFLW draft, just two years after the Geelong recruit’s Dad encouraged her to take up the sport.

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There were no surprises in the top picks, with the Cats also taking Sophie Van De Heuvel at No.2 and Maddie Prespakis going to Carlton with the No.3 selection.

Morrison, a hard-running outside midfielder, was widely-tipped to go to the Cats in the expansion club’s first draft.

But the 17-year-old from the Geelong Falcons said she did not know until her name was called.

“It’s a pretty weird thing to consider – two years ago, even at the start of this year, I never thought I would be in the sort of position I am,” Morrison said.

“It’s a big thing to wrap my head around, but I’m sure I will get there.

“I’m super-excited and can’t wait to get into pre-season … just get stuck into it.”

After growing up with sports such as swimming and soccer, Morrison was encouraged by her father to go to an AFLW tryout day two years ago at Deakin University.

She was soon playing for the Geelong Falcons.

There had been speculation for months that Morrison, an under-18 star, would be a high draft pick.

“You just have to put it to the side a llittle bit, not take it too seriously,” she said of the attention.,

“Especially earlier in the year, I just focussed on playing some good footy, working hard on my game – not read too much into it.”

Under the state-based draft, Victorian players could also nominated whether they wanted to go to Geelong, metro or anywhere in the state.

Prespakis and Morrison were rated the two biggest talents in the draft.

Prespakis chose metro and that opened the way for the Blues to snare her ahead of Geelong.

Morrison and Prespakis were joint-winners of the TAC Cup’s best and fairest award this season and also named the top two players of the national under-18 premiership.

It was a big day in more ways than one for GWS recruit Alyce Parker, who was taken at the end of round one with the No.12 selection.

The recruit from Thurgoona, near Albury, went from the draft to a three-hour agriculture exam for her HSC.

Adelaide recruited Danielle Ponter, the niece of Essendon great Michael Long, with pick No.48.

Carlton took Abbie Mckay at pick No.16 with the AFLW’s first father-daughter selection.

Her Dad is Blues great Andrew McKay.

AFLW DRAFT FIRST-ROUND SELECTIONS

1. Geelong: Nina Morrison (Geelong Falcons, VIC)

2. Geelong: Sophie Van De Huevel (GWV Rebels, VIC)

3. Carlton: Madison Prespakis (Calder Cannons, VIC)

4. Fremantle: Jasmin Stewart (Claremont, WA)

5. Collingwood: Jordyn Allen (Dandenong Stingrays, VIC)

6. Melbourne: Tyla Hanks (Gippsland Power, VIC)

7. Geelong: Rebecca Webster (Murray Bushrangers, VIC)

8. Adelaide: Nikki Gore (South Adelaide, SA)

9. Brisbane: Paige Parker (Coorparoo, QLD)

10. Western Bulldogs: Eleanor Brown (Sandringham Dragons, VIC)

11. Collingwood: Katie Lynch (Oakleigh Chargers, VIC)

12 . Greater Western Sydney: Alyce Parker (Thurgoona Bulldogs, NSW)

Trump rallies with former rival Ted Cruz

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Old foes Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz greet each other at a midterm campaign rally in Houston.US President Donald Trump has set aside his old feud with Senator Ted Cruz and headlined a packed rally to help the fellow Republican in his tight race in Texas with rising Democratic star Beto O’Rourke just two weeks before the November 6 elections.

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During the 2016 campaign when both were competing for the Republican presidential nomination, the race grew bitter at times, with Trump dubbing Cruz “Lyin’ Ted” and Cruz calling Trump a “snivelling coward.”

Monday’s rally in Houston was the first time Trump threw himself at helping Cruz fend off O’Rourke, even though Cruz has opened a lead in opinion polls on O’Rourke.

“God bless Texas, and God bless President Donald Trump,” Cruz said in opening remarks on Monday.

Having given Cruz a new nickname, “Beautiful Ted,” Trump reviewed their 2016 battle when he took the podium after the two men embraced.

“You know we had our little difficulties,” he said. “I tell you what, nobody has helped me more … than Senator Ted Cruz.”

Trump quickly turned his attention to O’Rourke, who is running strong in a Republican state and giving Democrats hope they can break their opponents’ longtime stranglehold on Texas.

Trump called O’Rourke “a stone-cold phoney” and a “radical, open borders left winger.”

Trump is campaigning to stave off a Democratic push to take control of the US House of Representatives and possibly the Senate, when they could derail or stall much of his agenda and increase congressional oversight and investigation of his administration.

Democrats have seemed poised for months to capture the House, but many races have tightened in recent weeks to the point that some analysts think it is conceivable Republicans could hang on to control.

“About a month ago, they were talking about this ‘blue wave.'” Trump said of Democrats’ anticipated gains. “We’re not hearing that anymore. The blue wave is being dissipated a little.”

Buoyed by a recent uptick in his job approval ratings to the high 40s in opinion polls, Trump is hammering away at two major themes: illegal immigration and the brutal Senate confirmation battle over US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. He is also promoting a plan for middle-class tax cuts.

Super Rugby’s Reds ‘forced’ me out: Cooper

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Quade Cooper could be back in contention for a Wallabies’ recall in time for the 2019 World Cup after being thrown a Super Rugby lifeline by the Melbourne Rebels.

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After falling out with Queensland coach Brad Thorn and not playing a single minute of Super Rugby in 2018, the 30-year-old Cooper has signed a one-year deal with the Rebels.

“I want to do whatever I can on and off the field to help grow the rugby community in Melbourne,” Cooper said in a statement on Tuesday.

“I’m keen to work hard and make the entire Rebels organisation and their fans proud.”

Earlier on Tuesday, Cooper said in a not-so-cryptic social media post that the Reds had “forced” him out of the Super Rugby team he loves but “but thank God there’s more than one place that loves me”.

Cooper was frozen out by Thorn from the outset this season and settled for playing club rugby and representing Brisbane City in the NRC, while on a Reds salary in excess of $600,000.

Thorn said in February he “wanted to have a change of where we’re going” when addressing Cooper’s omission.

The 70-Test veteran hadn’t commented publicly on his attitude towards Thorn and the Reds until the provocative Instagram post.

The post was accompanied by an image of Cooper fending a grasping Thorn during the trans-Tasman semi-final of the 2011 World Cup at Eden Park.

Cooper hasn’t played a Test for 16 months but good form at five-eighth in Super Rugby next year alongside former Reds halves partner Will Genia could see him force a place in the World Cup squad.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has said he will look closely at Cooper if he can get regular top rugby as a starting playmaker.

Rebels coach David Wessels was looking forward to Cooper joining the club.

“I’ve obviously chatted to Quade a lot over the last few months and I’ve been impressed by his love of the game, and his willingness to reflect on his journey,” said Wessels.

“He’s been pretty selfless in his commitment to club rugby in Brisbane and has shown patience and maturity.

“He knows that he has some hard work ahead of him, but he has the potential to be a really important spark for us over the next few months.”