One of two kitchens for the gourmet inclined.A servery from the kitchen to the rear deck is the finishing touch, just begging to be used for a summer soiree or family barbecue.If outdoor entertaining is more to your taste, the other kitchen serves up more features, including a 900mm gas cooktop and oven, as the perfect accompaniment to a stunning poolside entertaining area. Anything missing? When it comes to opening a bottle at home, you can also raise a glass to your personal wine fridge. No doubt the new owners of the Norman Street residence will toast to that. The view from the master bedroom.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoFloor-to-ceiling windows frame the canal views from the master suite, while the flow between indoor and outdoor living spaces, the media room, a fire pit, and sparkling pool are an entertainer’s dream.“There’s also smaller details like the artwork and staircase,” Mr Foggo said. “I just love it all.” 15 Norman St, Tweed Heads.DECIDING to demolish an old waterfront shack to start from scratch is no easy feat, but it helps if you’re in the industry.Carpenter and vendor Dayne Foggo said he pretty much designed and built the contemporary Tweed Heads home himself. Space to relax outdoors? That’s well and truly covered.The residence is touted as offering a permanent holiday lifestyle, but if you do choose to venture away, the central location means the Gold Coast International Airport is a seven minute drive, while a private boat ramp puts the Tweed River on your doorstep.It’s the second property Mr Foggo has bought, demolished and rebuilt after a successful sale at Banora Point in 2015. He’s now preparing to do it all over again, eyeing off another Tweed Heads residence. From old shack to pool with a view.“There was nothing like it anywhere in the area, especially this new and modern, everything was dated,” he said.“I thought I’d set myself apart.”The redo took eight months, and the result is a stunning, modern home, with a myriad of unique features, such as polished concrete floors that complement a glossy timber finish on the ceiling. Perfect for entertaining.Mr Foggo said his tradesperson credentials streamlined the process. “Having contacts is a big one, then there’s the skill. Being around it for so long, I’m comfortable in the construction arena.”The carpenter is also pretty handy when it comes to the finer things in life. Mr Foggo owns Tasca wine bar in Coolangatta, and he’s cooked up a design storm by installing two separate gourmet kitchens. The indoor option features marble benchtops, a suite of high-quality appliances and water views. The timber ceiling almost creates an illusion.
Gennaro Gattuso…seals new deal at Napoli until 2023 His new deal will see him earn £1.44m a season plus bonuses. The transfer strategy was also discussed with the club’s chiefs committing to recruiting four new players.Gattuso took charge of Napoli in December after Carlo Ancelotti was sacked.The veteran manager was removed from his post hours after his side beat Genk 4-0 to advance to the Champions League knockout stage.Gattuso has had a mixed start to life at the San Paolo Stadium, the highlight coming when his side defeated Juventus to win the Italian Cup this season.However, they have failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League after finishing seventh and were knocked out of this season’s competition by Barcelona on Saturday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Victor Osimhen’s new Manager at Napoli, Gennaro Gattuso, has reportedly agreed a new contract with the Naples-based Serie A club until June 2023.It is also believed that promise of hefty spending on big on four summer signings played a big part in the new deal for Gattuso.Italian media, Sportitalia, reported yesterday evening that the former Italyand AC Milanmidfielder met with Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis on Monday afternoon and a basic agreement was quickly reached.
Frank Clark is Kansas City-bound.The Seahawks have agreed to send their star defensive end to the Chiefs, the team officially announced Thursday. “We’re happy to add Frank to our team,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said, via the team’s website. “Competing against him and watching his film, you can see how physical and impressive he is in both the run and the pass game. He’s young and has consistently played at a high level since he entered the league. Congrats to Brett and his team, as well as Frank’s representatives on getting this deal done.”12/23/18 ➡️ 4/25/19 #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/ZP4mQEMrz6— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) April 25, 2019According to NFL media, Seattle will receive a first-round draft pick in 2019 and a second-round pick in 2020, and the teams also will swap third-round picks this year. In order to facilitate the deal, the franchise-tagged Clark has agreed to a new five-year, $105.5 million contract with $63.5 million guaranteed, ESPN said.Sports Illustrated later broke down those numbers.Detail on Frank Clark’s deal, which has a base of $104 million over 5 years.Cashflow: $10.5M over 1, $43.8M over 2, $62.3M over 3.Full guarantee: $43.8M (another $18.5M triggers early).Injury guarantee: $62.3M.Chiefs also put $1.195M in workout bonuses in Years 1-3.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 24, 2019″I feel like I’m good. I wanted to be somewhere where I’m wanted, where I’m appreciated,” Clark told ESPN. “I thank God that KC came in and showed that. … In life you just want to be shown that you are appreciated sometimes and I feel like this was one of those things.”ESPN also reported that one of Clark’s conditions was to be paid more than defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, who recently inked a $105 million deal with the Cowboys. Since Clark will be getting $63.5 million guaranteed, he will earn more overall.The move comes a little over a month after the Chiefs traded defensive end Dee Ford to the 49ers for a 2020 second-round pick. Clark, 25, was selected by the Seahawks in the second round of the 2015 draft and was slated to earn $17 million on the franchise tag in 2019.He is coming off his most productive season in which he registered a career-high 13 sacks.