The home at 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia Beach“This particular property was featured on a premiere listing on realestate.com.au,” she said.“With homes like this, you have to take it out of the local market and target international buyers.” The home at 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia Beach has a putting green.“A lot of properties on the upper end can sit on the market for anywhere between one to three years, but this sold in two months,” she said.Ms Nicholson put the quick sale down to active marketing to interstate and global buyers.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 The home at 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia BeachMs Nicholson said the market in the area was performing well, with “the region active with buyer demand,” however stock for homes of a similar calibre were limited. Inside 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia BeachThe new owners are from Turkey and are planning on moving over to Australia in the near future. Ms Nicholson said the new owners were attracted to the “quiet lifestyle” the property offered. 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia BeachTHIS waterfront home has sold for $1, 350,000.Marketing agent Victoria Nicholson of REMAX Island Properties, Bellara, said the sale of 27 Seaside Drive in Banskia Beach was a great result for the area. The home at 27 Seaside Dr, Banskia BeachThe two-level home sits on a 799sq m block and has an in-ground pool, miniature putting green and two master bedrooms.
Juventus’s hopes of winning the Champions League suffered a devastating blow as key defender Giorgio Chiellini was ruled out with an injury.Chiellini had reportedly been struggling with a calf problem on Wednesday, but it was not initially thought to be serious. But on Thursday Juventus confirmed that a scan had revealed a first grade tear to the player’s soleus muscle in his left leg, which rules him out of contention for the match.The 30-year-old centre-back has been one of Juventus’s key players this season, with some suggesting he is the key to stopping Barcelona’s mighty strike force of Leo Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez. Juventus were already a long shot before Chiellini’s injury, with bookmakers pricing them at 5-1 to win the match in 90 minutes and 12-5 to lift the trophy, against Barcelona at 13-20 and 4-11 respectively. But without the Italian international, Juventus’s hopes of winning the tournament – and with it, a historic treble – will lengthen further.WHO WILL REPLACE HIM?Chiellini’s place in the starting line-up will undoubtedly be taken by Andrea Barzagli, who has been in and out of the side since returning from a serious ankle injury just a few months ago. Since his return the 34-year-old Italy international has played a key role, either at the heart of a back-four or on the right of a back three, producing solid defensive performances in key matches including the Serie A-clinching victory away at Sampdoria at the beginning of May.Chiellini has made 44 appearances for the Turin giants this season scoring a single goal. –