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Two “renovator’s delights’’ on almost 30ha for only $100,000? That’s right.

first_imgOne of the two houses on offer at 1694 Tara Kogan Rd, Tara.THESE two homes on almost 30ha of land are going for a steal – only $100,000. But you’ll need to be handy with a hammer.The asking price for the property at 1694 Tara Kogan Rd, Tara has been reduced to $100,000.According to their listing the houses are sturdy and just need love and attention. 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is listed through Peter Flint and Jonathan Schaeffer of Elders Real Estate – Maleny.The second most viewed listing in Queensland this week was 133 Enoggera Tce, Paddington. The five-bedroom home known as Braeon has been renovated and extended. 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: realestate.com.auThe five-bedroom house is being sold as a deceased estate. It is on 13.67ha of land and is described as suitable for a Bed and Breakfast or wedding venue. Timber blinds in the bedroom and VJ walls.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoIt is listed through Arn Grealy of Elders Real Estate – Tara. The butlers pantry. Picture: realestate.com.auObviously plenty of buyers can see potential in the properties with the listing the third most viewed in Queensland on realestate.com.au this week. 133 Enoggera Tce, Paddington,It has been recently painted, has cast iron balustrading on the front veranda, and a grand entrance door with surround chequered leadlighting.It is listed through Jason Cherrett and Ben Wakely of Urban Property Agents – Paddington. This is the other one you get.The electricity and septic are connected to both homes and there is bitumen road frontage and trees “for privacy’’.The property has a partly fenced dam, and yards for horses. Both houses have council permits dating back to when they were moved onto the site.center_img 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is an infinity edged swimming pool and a formal entrance to the home. There is billiard room, formal lounge, dining rooms plus entertaining and informal lounge. And a large bathroom.It was a slightly more luxurious offering which attracted the most potential buyers this week with 284 Burgum Rd, North Maleny the most viewed Queensland listing on realestate.com.au this week. 36 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise. Picture: realestate.com.au The home has timber floors. 53 Wendell Street, Norman Park.The fourth and fifth most viewed listings on realestate.com.au this week have both made the most viewed list before and are both listed through Emil Juresic of NGU Real Estate. 53 Wendell St, Norman Park has five bedrooms and was inspired by the international travels of its owner, while 36 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise also has five bedrooms and is listed with a price guide between $4.8 million and $5 million.last_img read more

Exclusive: ‘The best decision ever!’ – John Terry on Jose Mourinho’s return to Chelsea

first_imgChelsea captain John Terry has described manager Jose Mourinho’s return to Stamford Bridge for a second spell in charge as ‘the best decision ever.’The Blues skipper was speaking to The Sports Bar after a day in which the Premier League Champions celebrated their season achievements with an open-top bus parade around south west London.Mourinho embarked on his second tenure in the Blues’ hotseat back in 2013, delivering the title the season after, and Terry eulogised about his manager’s return.“It’s been the best decision ever. Not only for me personally, but for the club as well,” said the 34-year-old.“He’s a born winner. Even when we had won the league the intensity was the same.“He demands the best from everyone day in day out, and in those big games – we haven’t lost any against our main competitors for two seasons – he gives us all the fine details.”Chelsea’s collective effort this season has been hailed, but Eden Hazard’s individual accomplishments were recognised by both his peers and pundits with the PFA and FWA Player of the Year awards.The Belgian winger has added a clinical edge to his play this campaign, and his captain believes he has all the right attributes to reach even higher echelons of the game.Terry said: “He’s certainly got the potential to be right up there.“When you look at the likes of [Lionel] Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo and what they’ve achieved, this boy can go on and be right up there with both of them.”last_img read more

Toggle Fullscreen Mode for apps on Windows 10

first_imgToggle Fullscreen Mode for apps on Windows 10 by Martin Brinkmann on April 19, 2017 in Windows – Last Update: July 05, 2017 – 3 commentsWindows 10 applications like Edge, Netflix or the Paint 3D ship with window controls to minimize, maximize and close the application window.Some applications, games mostly, may run in fullscreen mode right away, but others seemingly don’t have that option at all. What if you want to run a fullscreen application in window mode, or an application like Edge in fullscreen mode?If you look at Microsoft Edge for instance, you will notice that it only supports maximize but no fullscreen mode.The decade old shortcut F11 does not work in Microsoft Edge, and if you go through the options you won’t find any to launch Edge in fullscreen.The only option that you have right now is to use a shortcut to launch most Windows 10 application in a dedicated fullscreen mode.The keyboard shortcut Windows-Shift-Enter toggles the active Windows 10 application between normal and fullscreen mode.The Microsoft Edge window looks like this in fullscreen mode for instance.If you hover the mouse cursor over the (hidden) taskbar area, you will notice that it is revealed. The same is true for window controls; simply move the mouse cursor to the top of the screen and the window controls (minimize, maximize and close) are displayed.You may interact with the taskbar or window controls then, for instance to switch to another application or close the fullscreen application.Good news is that you may use the very same shortcut to run games or apps that launch in fullscreen mode in windowed mode instead. This may be pinned to one of the sides then for instance, to display two windows next to each other, or to play media or run other programs next to the now-windowed program.The feature has some caveatsThe shortcut works for many, but not all Windows 10 applications. While it works on Microsoft Edge, Netflix or Bubble Witch Saga, it may not work for others. A theory is that it works for UWP applications but not for apps that are not UWP (those created for Windows 8 for instance).You cannot use Esc to leave the fullscreen mode, and no indication on how to leave the mode is displayed on the screen when you enter it. Alt-Tab does work though, and so does the aforementioned option to display window controls.Neither the address bar nor tabs are displayed when you use the shortcut to run Microsoft Edge in fullscreen mode. You may use keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl-Tab or Ctrl-Shift-Tab to navigate to other tabs, or Ctrl-T to open a new tab with options to load a new web address.You may middle-click on links to open them in new tabs, or right-click on them to do the same.Now You: Do you prefer windowed or fullscreen mode? (via Reddit) SummaryArticle NameFullscreen Shortcut for Windows 10 AppsDescriptionYou may use the keyboard shortcut Windows-Shift-Enter to toggle fullscreen mode for all Windows 10 UWP applications including Edge, and games.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more