232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.With a 12m heated lap pool and amazing views to enjoy all day, this master built home, known as Obi’s Whisper, has private access to Obi Obi Creek and a water hole. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.Originally from England, Dr Martyn has now retired from his practice in Brisbane.He and his wife are selling to travel the world and explore new places. The property has been set up to be low maintenance which gives the opportunity to come and go as you please.Th property is being marketed by Ray White Rural – Queensland selling agent Jez McNamara. Obi’s Whisper goes to auction on September 1 at level 26, 111 Eagle St, Brisbane if not sold prior. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours ago232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.There are multiple living areas and a second kitchen which open up the possibility of dual living, giving guests some privacy, or running a bed and breakfast. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.The current owner, Dr Martyn Green, has used the property as a weekender while maintaining his practice in Brisbane.“The unique architecture first attracted us to the home but it was the stunning water hole in the pristine Obi Obi Creek on the property’s boundary that made us fall in love with it,” Dr Green said.“It’s this feature that is truly unique. Upon a short walk or drive through the pristine rainforestyou come to a cabin that sits above a huge water hole, be sure to pack your swimmers, towels and even your paddle board, as down your own private path you’ll find the ever flowing Obi Obi Creek.” 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.The owners of this Sunshine Coast property are ready to explore the world and are keen to sell.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny is spread across 8.86ha, and there’s plenty of room for cattle or horses. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here.
Thank God I write this column on a weekly basis. It gives me the opportunity to write about each installment of the USC football tailspin. McCoy’s departure won’t hurt the 2019 Trojans or the 2020 roster, but barring another losing season from USC, it will set the precedent that USC is no longer a powerhouse and no longer has the ability to attract five-star talent. Most fans would agree that the loss of one wide receiver won’t affect USC. Granted, fans will be disappointed that USC failed to retain a five-star recruit, but wide receiver is pretty much the only position that is solid for the Trojans in 2019. That brings me to my next take on the McCoy situation. This team doesn’t do losing. This fanbase doesn’t do losing. These recruits do not want to lose. That’s why the Coliseum is half empty. That’s why alumni are pissed off at USC Athletics. And that’s why the recruits keep leaving. It is pretty hard to believe that McCoy’s considerations aren’t based upon the loss of offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury. Five-star receivers want to go to a university to do a few things: win football games, get better under great coaches and get noticed by professional scouts. Right now, USC offers only one of those three things and it isn’t the first two. Hell, it’s almost February and USC still doesn’t have an offensive coordinator. Going into next season, USC will retain a strong core of veteran wide receivers in junior Michael Pittman and redshirt sophomore Tyler Vaughns. Both wide receivers had solid 2018 performances, with Pittman posting an average of 69 yards per game and Vaughns notching 56 in the same category. Sam Arslanian is a sophomore writing about sports. His column, “Extra Innings,” runs Fridays. My gut tells me that this is a done deal. If someone had committed to USC, signed a letter of intent and enrolled early at the University in any other of the past few years, they were all in. Every recruit knew what he was getting himself into: a winning football program with elite coaches that would provide the opportunity to be noticed by NFL scouts. I don’t blame McCoy for having one foot out the door because, right now, it sure looks like he’s stepping away from a sinking ship. At the receiving level, USC is doing swell. The Trojans have always been able to attract great potential at that position. The Trojans will also bring back some young talent. Rising sophomores Amon-Ra St. Brown and Devon Williams both showed potential last season. St. Brown was a consistent starter for the Trojans, despite a bumpy season. A year of collegiate football under his belt should help iron out some of those inconsistencies. Although Williams didn’t enjoy as much playing time as St. Brown, his performance against Oregon State should not be overlooked. The freshman boasted 77 yards on three receptions with a touchdown. Over the past few days, there have been a lot of rumors that early enrollee five-star wide receiver Bru McCoy is considering transferring to Texas. Yesterday, McCoy entered the College Football Transfer Portal, meaning that he is open to being recruited by other schools (namely Texas). These rumors share an eerily similar plausibility with the Kliff Kingsbury rumors two weeks ago. Some sites have McCoy listed as the only five-star prospect in USC’s 2019 recruiting class, while others also have Kyle Ford, a hard commit wide receiver, as USC’s second five-star. But if McCoy decides to jump ship after enrolling at USC, what’s to stop Ford from following suit and getting a couple’s discount on a one-way flight out of Los Angeles? For the sake of simplicity, let’s consider that McCoy does take a one-way trip from Los Angeles to Austin. There are a couple ways to look at this decision and how it will affect USC. The Trojans haven’t had back-to-back losing seasons since 1961. Back then, the Trojans were in the Athletic Association of Western Universities and were led out of the tunnel by John McKay.
O’Sullivan says winning tonight’s match won’t be easy…Throw-in at Semple Stadium this evening is at 7 o’clock and Tipp FM will have updates from the match. Tipperary minor football manager Mick O’Sullivan is hoping home advantage will help his side get through this evening’s Munster Championship play-off.The Premier County face Limerick at Semple Stadium.If Tipp win then they’ll go on to play Waterford in another play-off next week.
I’m pretty interested to see these results especially after the OKC Dave preseason survey in which we predicted 8.5 wins (which does not seem like a lot of confidence).As always, results plus commentary will be posted on Wednesday. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. We are 25 percent finished with the season. This marker, more than any other throughout the year, is the one that I always find most startling. The season is a quarter over. Do what?!OSU is 2-1 (sort of) after a tricky three-game non-conference schedule, and the Big 12 looks like dog poo so far. So the question today is whether you are more confident, less confident or equally confident in OSU winning the Big 12 as you were when the season started three weeks ago.Poll Q: I am _____ confident OSU can win the Big 12 after three games than/as I was at the start of the season.— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) September 20, 2016