Inside the self-contained man cave. The 812sq m property overlooks a Sorrento waterway.He added in a swimming pool and cabana, and a “man cave” which with its bar and retro interior currently serves that purpose, but could also be used as a guesthouse with its own kitchen, bathroom and airconditioning.“I always have people over, the man cave has the bar and people come out and hang out in there and have barbecues,” Mr Raso said.Pendant lights feature throughout. 30 Allawah Street, Bundall is on the market via an expressions of interest campaign.ECLECTIC pendant lights, oak and sleekly dark stone floors, glossy statement tubs, a wall garden, and a bare brick bathroom.Welcome to this fully modernised Sorrento home, where a monochrome city render takes pride of place as a living room feature wall.A cabana adjoins the pool.“I liked that photo, the contrast of the black and white buildings was cool and that’s why I chose it,” said owner Alex Raso.Mr Raso and his builder brother “ripped everything out and brought the property back to its shell” about five years ago.“It just came naturally, I am from Melbourne, so I grew up with a different design sense,” Mr Raso said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoAn extensive renovation included a separate studio. The property has three bathrooms.“The house as a whole was really built to entertain.”That’s evident with a choice of the pool cabana, or outdoor area with pizza oven.The luxury design has also maximised water views.“My job day-to-day is not very creative so I like to have things I can create and design,” said Mr Raso.The property is on the market via expressions of interest closing on February 23.
NEW DELHI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged 2 Indian and 3 Bangladeshi players after an ugly fight between Indian and Bangladeshi players followed Bangladesh’s post-match win at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Sunday.Three Bangladeshi players; Md Towhid Hridoy, Shamim Hossain and Rakibul Hasan and two Indian players; Akash Singh and Ravi Bishnoi were charged with violating Article 2.21 of the code, whilst Bishnoi received a further charge of breaching Article 2.5. All five players have accepted the sanctions proposed by ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Match Referee Graeme Labrooy, according to a statement from ICC.The players were charged with demerit points based on their violations. The points will remain on their records for two years.Geoff Allardice, ICC General Manager Cricket said in a statement, “The match was hard fought, as you would expect in an ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Final, but the elation and disappointment experienced by some players after the game spilled over into unedifying scenes that have no place in our sport. Respect is at the very heart of the spirit of cricket, and players are expected to show self-discipline, congratulate the opposition on their successes and enjoy the success of their own team.“It is disappointing that Code of Conduct charges needed to be laid after such a closely contested match, but it is important to reinforce the standard of behavior that will be expected of these young players should they transition to senior international cricket.”According to reports, an Indian player reacted after Bangladeshi players used some foul language against them.The altercation turned into an ugly fight, and the umpires and support staff had to intervene to resolve the situation.“We were easy. We think it’s part and parcel of the game – you win some and you lose some. But their reaction was dirty. I think it shouldn’t have happened. But it’s okay,” India U19 captain Priyam Garg said, according to ESPN Cricinfo. India’s team was bowled out for 177. This is Bangladesh’s maiden World Cup win.Also Read: U-19 World Cup: Fancied India face Pakistan challenge in semisAlso Watch: Kokrajhar District BJP workers carried out cleanliness drive