The home at 35 Sonata Drive, Warner.“It’s quite a low-maintenance yard, which is a good thing as I’m no green thumb.“It’s also a great home for entertaining. It’s got a nice big patio with fan. We’ve had many get-togethers out there.” The home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens through sliding doors to the covered patio. The kitchen has timber look benchtops, wall oven, gas cooking, dishwasher and pantry.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also a rumpus area off the living area, and a separate lounge room. The kitchen at 35 Sonata Drive, Warner.The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with double-sized shower. The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and the family bathroom has a separate bath and shower. There is also a study and a laundry with external access. The home has LED lighting, fans, security screens and high ceilings throughout. The home at 35 Sonata Drive, Warner.There is also a double lockup garage with internal access at the front of the home. Outside there are established, low-maintenance gardens and an automatic irrigation system for the lawns on the fully fenced, 674sq m block. Mr White said the home was in a quiet, friendly neighbourhood. “Everyone gets along on the street and we all look out for each other,” he said. The property is being marketed by Kerry Marks, of Harcourts North Lakes, for $569,000. The home at 35 Sonata Drive, Warner.THIS spacious lowset home on a big block is on the market in Warner.The property at 35 Sonata Drive is well set up for family living with four bedrooms, multiple living areas and a big entertainment space.Michael White has owned the property for about seven years and said it was a great home for his family of four. “I love the size of the house and the yard,” he said.
Mumbai: Badminton player and Olympian PV Sindhu is the only sportsperson featuring in the Forbes India’s maiden ‘tycoons of tomorrow’ list of 22 young achievers in the fields of business, acting and sports.Other prominent names in the list are Karan Adani, chief executive of Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone; Anant Goenka, group executive director of Indian Express; Ashni Biyani, managing director of Future Consumer; and the Birla scion Ananya Birla, founder of Svatantra Microfinance, co-founder, CuroCarte and co-founder of Mpower.Also Read | From United Nations, Donald Trump sends ‘love’ to India, regards to ‘friend’ ModiThe magazine, known for its annual rich list, said this is an India-specific property adding the ranking is not based on their networth alone.The list also includes Radha Kapoor Khanna, the daughter of Yes Bank CEO Rana Kapoor and founder of The Three Sisters: Institutional Office; Nadia Chauhan of Parle Agro fame; PC Musthafa, co-founder of iD Fresh Food; Girish Mathrubootham, founder of Freshworks.Other names are Nikhil Kamath and Nithin Kamath, the co-founders of Zerodha; Ameera Shah of Metropolis Healthcare; Siddharth Bindra of Biba Apparel; Anant Goenka of Ceat; Upasna Kamineni Konidela of Apollo Hospitals and Vikram Shroff of UPL.Real estate developer Lodha group’s Abhishek Lodha; Archit Gupta, founder of Cleartax; Zorawar Kalra, founder of Massive Restaurants; actors Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar; Ankur Jain, founder of Bira 91 beer and Ritesh Agarwal of Oyo Rooms also feature in the list.Read More | NSUI national secretary Akshay Kumar submitted fake degree for admission in PhD course: DU official“The list recognises the scions of family-managed businesses, first-generation entrepreneurs, and actors and sportspersons, who have displayed the dynamism to revitalise an existing enterprise, or have created something new, and, in the process, redefined the rules of business, industry or their craft,” the magazine said.It clarified that the ‘tycoons of tomorrow’ is not a ranking but a qualitative selection based on a long-list compiled by the Forbes India team, and suggestions made by a six-member jury. For all the Latest Sports News News, Badminton News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoThe defensive specialist position for the No. 9 Wisconsin volleyball team has been a strength for several years now. With four upperclassmen — Jocelyn Wack, Amanda Berkley, Megan Mills, and Faye McCormick — on the squad, this year is no different.However, freshman Kim Kuzma has stepped right in and added to that strength.”[Kuzma] fits very well,” Berkley said. “Right away when she got here it was like she has been here for a couple of years already.”It is that rapport with the players already on the team that Kuzma cited as one of the reasons why she chose to come to Wisconsin to play volleyball.”When I came here it was the first school I visited, and I fell in love with the campus,” Kuzma said. “Then I got to play beach volleyball on my first unofficial visit with some of the players. They were all really nice and I just felt like I belonged here.”UW head coach Pete Waite also feels Kuzma is a good fit for his team.”[Kuzma] is just an explosive player,” Waite said. “She really pushes her teammates. She is very quick on the court and very tough. We were looking somebody who could come in as a freshman and compete for a job among the other veteran defensive players.”And compete for a job is exactly what Kuzma has done.It is the competition between all the defensive specialists that Kuzma sees as a reason for her improvement so far.”The fact that we are all good defensive players makes each of us better,” Kuzma said. “Day in and day out we have to come in and practice our hardest and play our best to try and get the position that we want.”Kuzma has continued to improve every time she has stepped on the court.So far in this young season, Kuzma has averaged 2.56 digs per game and led all players with 18 digs against Northern Iowa. Because of her steady play, Waite sees Kuzma’s playing time increasing as the season progresses.”Kuzma has come in here right away and found a way on the court a number of times,” Waite said. “We feel confident with her, and I think she will get on the court more and more as the season goes on.”Whenever Kuzma has seen the court this year, she has done everything she can to show Waite that she belongs on the court.”[Kuzma’s] really a warrior on the court, who won’t back down to anybody,” Waite said. “She will be nipping at the heels at all our big players in the front row to push them to be better.”Because of that work ethic, Waite sees Kuzma of being capable of putting together a streak similar to Wack’s NCAA record 80 consecutive matches with at least 10 digs.”It’s going to be hard because [Wack] started it from the beginning when she walked in,” Waite said. “But in the Northern Iowa match she put up bigger dig totals than [Wack] and [Wack] was in there six rotations and [Kuzma] was in there only three. That was just a sign of things to come.”While Waite sees a lot of upside in Kuzma, he sees her youth as her biggest upside.”The fact that we lose three excellent defensive players to graduation this year, she is going to be ready to step into the libero role,” Waite said.