Just your everyday outlook from this Chelmer homePrincipal of Adcock Prestige, Jason Adcock, said since the home’s listing just days ago, there’s been a mountain of interest.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours ago“It’s probably the most significant riverfront property to hit the market in Chelmer in the last seven years,” he said.The Knowlman McDonald home has two levels of living with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, media room, study, library, gym and wine cellar.Finishes include polished timber floors and marble kitchen benchtops. The kitchen is a stunner at 127 Laurel Ave ChelmerIf you’re a motor enthusiast, then secure garaging for four vehicles ensures all your collectables need never cop a hailstone at home.Fancy a spot of tennis and dip? Both are on hand here for you to enjoy before you relax under the patio and watch the rest of Brisbane sail by in envy.“You’re just drawn to the outside with that massive lawn tennis court that meanders from one part of the lawn and down to the jetty,” Mr Adcock said.“Actually every part of the block is usable from front to back which is very unusual for a riverfront block.”This is seriously desirable real estate which Mr Adcock said will suit a family buyer.The property is listed as available for sale by negotiation. 127 Laurel Ave Chelmer offers plenty for family buyers looking for a riverfront home.Give me land, lots of land … and a prestige house too. Oh, and pop it next to the river in one of Brisbane’s most beautiful suburbs while you’re at it. 127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer hit the market this week and will have deep-pocketed buyers fishing around for extra change.The land is a massive 3122sq m site — that’s three quarters of an acre in old-world speak — with 40 metres of direct frontage to the Brisbane River and a timber jetty from which to launch your runabout.
London: Roger Federer faces an uphill task to qualify for the last four of the ATP Finals after defeat by Dominic Thiem on Sunday following a masterclass by Novak Djokovic. Six-time champion Federer was beaten 7-5, 7-5 in the evening match on the opening day after Djokovic had swatted aside debutant Matteo Berrettini in the earlier Group Bjorn Borg contest in London. Federer and Djokovic will meet later in the week in a repeat of this year’s epic Wimbledon final, with two players advancing from the four-man group. The Swiss 20-time Grand Slam winner recovered quickly from being broken in the first game of the match but the Austrian fifth seed repeated the dose in the 11th game and took the opening set 7-5. Federer, uncharacteristically wayward, squandered an early chance to break in the second set and the games went with serve until the 11th game again, when Thiem broke to love after the third seed dumped a forehand into the net.The Austrian stuttered while serving for the match, forced to save two break points, but he held his nerve to take the set 7-5 and seal a deserved victory on his second match point. “I thought Dominic saved himself real well when he had to,” said Federer. “So I thought he played a tough first-round performance today, and my game was probably just not good enough, and the start didn’t help. It’s a normal tournament from here on forward,” added the 38-year-old, who may now have to beat Djokovic to progress. “Not allowed to lose anymore for me. That’s how it is every week of the year for the last 20 years, so from that standpoint there is nothing new there.” Thiem came into the match with a 4-2 winning record against his illustrious opponent but the result is still a surprise. The only time Federer has failed to progress to the knockout stages was in 2008. “We had a good and close match, and it’s always special to beat Roger, who is a legend,” said Thiem, who impressed with his clean hitting. “It’s amazing to play against probably the best player of all time, but luckily I have a pretty good record against him.” Earlier, Djokovic began his quest for a record-equalling sixth ATP Finals title and sixth year-end number one spot a 6-2, 6-1 romp against Berrettini. The Serbian was last week nudged off the top position in the rankings by Rafael Nadal, who is also in the eight-man field in London. Djokovic eyes No. 1 Djokovic must reach the final at the O2 Arena to stand any chance of dislodging Nadal but there are major questions over the Spaniard’s fitness. If the Serbian does claim the year-end number one spot, he would match the record of Pete Sampras and victory at the end-of-season event would equal Federer’s mark. The second seed saw off the challenge of Berrettini in just 64 minutes, converting five of seven break points and at one stage going on an eight-game streak. “It feels great to be back,” said the Wimbledon champion. “Earlier this year I had a great stay in London, and over the years I’ve played well in this arena.”Also Read | Rafael Nadal Faces Race Against Time To Being Fit For Year-Ending ATP FinalsNadal, who has never won the event, is bidding to clinch the year-end number one spot in the ATP rankings for a fifth time. The tournament, featuring the year’s best eight players, is contested in a round-robin format with the best four players and doubles teams reaching the knockout semi-finals stage. Nadal, in Group Andre Agassi, begins his campaign on Monday against defending champion Alexander Zverev. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.