321 Given Tce, PaddingtonThere is a separate office, and children’s play room, which could potentially be used as a sixth bedroom and a media room.An open-plan kitchen has a large white stone kitchen bench top and white cabinetry. The dining room is backed by a glass covered wine cabinet.Large bi-fold doors lead to the outdoor entertainment area 321 Given Tce, PaddingtonThe pool is heated and there is a vacuum maid system installed it is listed through Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm for auction on May 20. 321 Given Tce, Paddington“We wanted somewhere we could walk out the door and be among the coffee shops, get some convenience shopping or go to a marketplace and just enjoy that from a walking distance.“So that was one of the big drawcards for us. The other one of the reasons we bought the house is that it was one of the only houses we found that allowed us to have ground-floor living.“We have our living area on the ground floor and the flat yard and pool, so when our kids were out playing in the yard or pool, or we were inside preparing dinner or entertaining, they were right there.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago321 Given Tce, Paddington“It is very hard to find that. We looked all over the place trying to find somewhere with that village lifestyle and find a house, a modern house that allowed us to entertain and keep an eye on the kids.”The family is remaining in Paddington, having found another home which suits the children as they get a bit older. 321 Given Tce, PaddingtonLiving in the heart of a bustling community was a priority for Paul and Kylie Gedoun when they moved from Townsville to Brisbane.Not only did they find that at 321 Given Tce, Paddington, they also found a home which had the perfect layout for their family, including their two children.“We bought it in 2014, so pretty much exactly on three years,” Mr Gedoun said.“We wanted to enjoy the city lifestyle, but we always wanted our young family to have a good family location. 321 Given Tce, PaddingtonSince owning the property, Mr Gedoun said they had added a bit more technology, integrating the television and surround-sound system, some additional security and heating the pool.The multi-level home is on an elevated 486sq m. It has an ornate facade and high ceilings. There are five bedrooms, with the main bedroom overlooking Paddington hills and Mt Coot-tha.The double doors of the main bedroom open out to a sitting area and library to create the perfect quiet retreat. The ensuite has a his and hers vanity, double shower and a freestanding bath tub.All of the remaining bedrooms are staged over the two floors, with four luxuriously appointed bathrooms.
Stuart Dallas wants to finish his career at Leeds United after helping the club to the Championship title. Marcelo Bielsa’s side were crowned champions with two games to spare, ending the club’s 16-year absence from the Premier League. Versatile wide man Dallas has thrived under Bielsa and says promotion to the Premier League “is a dream come true”. “To be promoted this year has made up for the pain of last year,” said the Northern Ireland international. Leeds missed out on promotion in the play-offs a year ago. “It was hard to take, but we set out to be promoted this year and to finish it as champions is incredible. It is something that I am very, very proud of.” Dallas, 29, joined Leeds in 2015 and has called the club’s promotion success “incredible”. Hee says he won’t call himself a Premier League player until he makes an appearance next season. “I signed a new long-term deal last season and I would love to see out my career here,” he added. “You don’t realise just how big and special the club is until you are involved in it. To be part of it is crazy. “It hasn’t really sunk in yet with the way the games are coming but we are looking forward to the next few days. “We represent a lot of people at this club and hopefully this year we have made them very happy.” Promotion to the Premier League caps a remarkable rise for Cookstown-born Dallas, who was playing for Irish Premiership side Crusaders 10 years ago. He earned a move to Brentford in 2012 before making the switch to Elland Road three years later. “It probably won’t be until we celebrate that I’ll sit down and think about what I have achieved,” said Dallas. “To think now that this time 10 years ago I was playing for Crusaders, and even a couple of years before that with Coagh United, it is absolutely incredible. “A lot of people have helped me on the way and I’ll always be thankful for that. “When I sit down and reflect I’m sure I will have to pinch myself. It has been an incredible journey and hopefully, I can continue growing.” Dallas has been a regular in Bielsa’s team this season and says playing for Northern Ireland under Michael O’Neill helped his belief at club level. “I always thought I was good enough and I always believed in myself,” he said. “When you play at the international level, you come up against the best players in the world, so that has helped me massively. read also:Eze shines in QPR win over Leeds Utd “You want to test yourself at the highest level and if I get that opportunity at Leeds then it is something I will grab with both hands. “As a young boy, you dream of playing in the Premier League. It is hard work and a lot of dedication has gone into it, but I have to keep improving, and what a club to do it with.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing Locations8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?