This Logan community is the fastest selling in the nation for Villa World

first_imgMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoVilla World’s Michael Vinodolac (left) and Logan Mayor Luke Smith (right) at the official launch of Killara earlier this year.To date, 97 per cent of the first release has been snapped up while a half of the parcels in the second release are sold.Lots in the initial stages of Killara are priced from $181,000 and range in size from 273sq m to more than 500sq m. Killara’s masterplan will create five with a variety of housing product to cater for different stages of life.Residents will be surrounded by parkland, adventure trails, bike tracks and playgrounds. Construction of the display village precinct at Killara will start next month, with completion expected in the first half of 2018.Builders who will showcase their designs and craftsmanship in the village include boutique builders and a mix of major and local builders. Located on Chambers Flat Road, Killara is just a short drive from major shopping, primary and secondary schools and Griffith University’s Logan campus.The Killara sales centre is open between 10am and 5pm daily. Villa World is reporting record sales at its Killara estate in Logan Reserve as first-home buyers and family upsizers step in.THIS estate in Logan Reserve is the fastest selling project in national developer Villa World’s portfolio with sales running at more than 20 per month since February.The 726 lot Killara community in Logan Reserve has first home buyers and upsizing families leading the charge to secure a site.Developer Villa World has sold 108 lots since its launch to market last year, with 28 sales in the pipeline. The company currently has 19 estates throughout Australia, 10 of those in Queensland.Work is about to begin on Killara’s display village precinct, set to give buyers plenty of inspiration and choice with 29 homes from 19 major and boutique builders.Villa World development manager Gary Hunter said sales had predominantly been to first-time purchasers and families wishing to swap suburbia for a parkland lifestyle in a semirural area. “They love that they can build their home in Killara’s bushland setting while still being close to all the infrastructure, facilities and amenities they need for everyday life,” Mr Hunter said.“The affordable price point has really appealed to buyers who are seeing that this idyllic yet convenient parkland lifestyle is within their reach.”last_img read more

Sunderland throw away lead to share points with West Ham

first_img What could prove to be Advocaat’s last game in charge unravelled alarmingly in front of a crowd of 42,932 as the Black Cats extended their run without a Barclays Premier League victory to 11 games stretching back to last season while collecting just their third point of the current campaign. West Ham ultimately surrendered their 100 per cent league record on the road this season, but will take some comfort from their fightback. Whatever the future may hold for their head coach, his players chose their moment to turn in their best 45 minutes of the season to race into a 2-0 lead which could have been even greater. Unfortunately, the first half lasted significantly longer and it was in added time that the Hammers grabbed a lifeline they scarcely deserved. Fletcher started the ball rolling with just 10 minutes gone when, after Jenkinson had hauled Fabio Borini to the floor in pursuit of Yann M’Vila’s ball over the top, M’Vila pulled the free-kick square to the Scotland international and he slammed it first-time past the helpless Adrian. The Black Cats were simply irresistible with the midfield trio of Lee Cattermole, Ola Toivonen and the hugely impressive M’Vila dominant, and it was the Frenchman who capitalised on Winston Reid’s hurried clearance from Payet’s under-cooked 22nd-minute pass to slide the ball into the path of Lens and watch him chip the stranded keeper and score off the underside of the crossbar. The game could have been effectively over before the break with Borini shooting narrowly wide on two occasions, the first of them after being played through by Fletcher’s clever flick. But having failed to kill off the contest, Sunderland were made to pay in stoppage time when Victor Moses created half a yard of space for himself on the left and crossed for the fast-arriving Jenkinson to sweep home. The 68-year-old had tears in his eyes as Jeremain Lens struck to make it 2-0 after just 22 minutes, with Steven Fletcher having opened the scoring. But his emotions were altered dramatically when Carl Jenkinson pulled one back in first-half injury time and Dimitri Payet levelled following Lens’ dismissal for a second bookable offence. Dick Advocaat could only look on in horror as Sunderland squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with West Ham amid speculation that his reign is drawing to a close. Payet forced Costel Pantilimon into a 48th-minute save with a curling free-kick as Sunderland struggled to rediscover their first-half vigour, and Manuel Lanzini fired just wide after embarking on an adventurous 56th-minute run. The visitors received a further boost seconds later when Lens, who had already been booked for a first-half challenge on Aaron Cresswell, went through the back of Winston Reid and received a second yellow card, and they needed just three minutes to make their numerical advantage count. Pantilimon could not hold Lanzini’s shot from distance and Payet was on hand to convert the rebound and stun the locals inside the Stadium of Light. That signalled an all-out assault from the Hammers and Pantilimon had to palm away Cresswell’s 80th-minute piledriver, but his side managed to spare themselves further pain. TWEET OF THE MATCH “@dpcoverdale: Dick Advocaat confirms he has made a decision on his future and we will soon hear one way or the other #safc” – There was plenty of speculation in the media over the future of the Sunderland manager before and after the game. https://twitter.com/dpcoverdale/status/650346678088826884 PLAYER RATINGS Sunderland Costel Pantilimon: 5 DeAndre Yedlin: 6 Billy Jones: 6 John O’Shea: 6 Sebastian Coates: 6 Lee Cattermole: 7 Yann M’Vila: 8 Ola Toivonen: 7 Jeremain Lens: 5 Steven Fletcher: 7 Fabio Borini: 6 Subs Sebastian Larsson: 6 Jack Rodwell: 6 Jordi Gomez: 6 West Ham Adrian: 6 Carl Jenkinson: 6 Aaron Cresswell: 6 James Tomkins: 6 Winston Reid: 5 Manuel Lanzini: 8 Cheikhou Kouyate: 6 Mark Noble: 7 Victor Moses: 7 Dimitri Payet: 7 Diafra Sakho: 6 Subs Nikica Jelavic: 6 James Collins: 6 Mauro Zarate; 6 STAR PLAYER Yann M’Vila ran the show for Sunderland from midfield in an excellent first-half display and dug in after Jeremain Lens’ dismissal to help ensure they got at least some reward for their efforts. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Jeremain Lens’ superb chip, which looped over keeper Adrian and went in off the underside of the crossbar to put Sunderland 2-0 ahead. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Dick Advocaat and Slaven Bilic enjoyed mirror-image emotions with Sunderland dominant before the break and West Ham awful, but Lens’ premature departure handed the visitors an advantage which they almost made tell. MOAN OF THE MATCH Lens’ senseless challenge on Winston Reid after he had already been booked, which earned him a his red card. WHO’S UP NEXT West Brom v Sunderland (Barclays Premier League, Saturday October 17) Crystal Palace v West Ham (Barclays Premier League, Saturday October 17) Press Associationlast_img read more