Take a look inside.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago“Their daughters both play tennis,” she said. “I don’t usually have a lot of buyers actually looking for a home with a tennis court.”The home is one of the original lots of the Forestdale suburb, which has acreage properties near Heathwood and Browns Plains. The suburb has acreage properties in an area that is commutable to Brisbane and the Gold Coast.“There are a lot of young families that are looking for a bit of space,” she said. With a tennis court and a swimming pool on an acre block, 8 Nottingham Court would be ideal for people who enjoy an active lifestyle. The Forestdale home was the biggest sale of the week across the Albert and Logan region, going to a Brisbane family for $787,500.According to selling agent Melissa Verschuur, from All Properties Group, the family were especially interested in the full-size tennis court. Perfect for an active lifestyle.“The previous owners had owned it for about 16 years,” Ms Verschuur said.“They were using it as an investment property and then they decided to sell.”Ms Verschuur said the suburb was popular with people around southeast Queensland who wanted acreage close to Brisbane.
Press Association Although Brendan Rodgers’ men are 8-1 with most bookmakers, the Portuguese thinks they have to be taken seriously because they do not have the distraction of European football. Mourinho explained: “When I say we’re not the top candidate everyone thinks ‘here he is again, with what you like to call the mind games’. “But it’s just my feeling. The league is amazing but Liverpool have a big advantage because of the fact they don’t play in the Champions League.” Mourinho does not expect his team or any of their rivals to have an easy run-in. He added on Sky Sports News: “Every team needs points for their objective – some for relegation, some for Champions League football and some are trying to be champions. It’s going to be hard for everybody.” England manager Roy Hodgson this week made a concerted effort to end any talk of Blues central defender John Terry coming out of international retirement. Terry’s form has been so good this year that Gary Lineker, among others, called for the Chelsea skipper to come back to the international fold. And Mourinho does not believe the subject of Terry playing for his country should be under discussion. He added: “It’s a waste of time to keep speaking about the situation. “Roy Hodgson is the person to kill the discussion or to feed it. End of story. “I’d never intervene. He’s in charge and has everything in his hand. He has made that decision. “For me as a Chelsea manager I’m happy players play with their national teams – but at the same time I’m happy an important player like him is fully focused on his work at Chelsea.” Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Liverpool have a big advantage in the Barclays Premier League title race due to their lack of European involvement. Mourinho’s men head the table but fourth-placed Liverpool are just four points adrift. Chelsea, second-placed Arsenal and third-placed Manchester City are all involved in Europe’s premier club competition.