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The perfect place to host your family this Christmas at 51 Moola Road, Ashgrove.SPACE Property Agents selling agent Judi O’Dea said the whole family could be housed on the one level, with the main bedroom situated alongside two other sizeable bedrooms and living on the top level. Downstairs there is a large rumpus room, a second bathroom and a further two additional bedrooms. The pool at 122 Central Avenue, St Lucia. 51 Moola Road, Ashgrove.A five-bedroom, two-bathroom property built in 1922 will go under the hammer at 9.30am on Saturday.The elegant home at 51 Moola Rd, Ashgrove features polished timber floors, high ceilings, split-system airconditioning and ceiling fans throughout. 122 Central Avenue, St Lucia.The 751sq m block also features two street frontages and is framed by well presented gardens.Conveniently located on the lower level with separate and internal access, the property includes a self-contained studio or multipurpose room perfect for guests with a gallery style kitchenette and separate bathroom. Follow Reshni Ratnam on Twitter Wow! What a place to store your shoes at 94 Gerler St, Bardon. 94 Gerler St, Bardon.This 1890s era colonial masterpiece has hit the market and will go to auction this Saturday at noon.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 94 Gerler St is on a 1012sq m block.Place — Paddington selling agent Tim Douglas said every detail of the property had been thoughtfully planned and executed, using the finest imported fixtures and fittings. 25 Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove.For the first time in about 50 years this three-bedder at 25 Broadhurst St, Kelvin Grove needs a new owner.Place — Newmarket selling agent Mario Sultana said the property could be renovated, raised or extended (subject to council approval). The three-level home at 122 Central Avenue, St Lucia.Designed over three levels for easy family living and connectivity, this three-level home will not disappoint.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 122 Central Ave, St Lucia goes to auction at 10.30am.Ray White — Toowong selling agent Charlie Sandstrom said the property was perched high on a ridge with sweeping northerly views from Mount Coot-Tha through to the city. 279 Kenmore Road, Fig Tree Pocket.This immaculately kept property, built for a multi-generational family, has six bedrooms and four bathrooms.Set for a 10am auction on Saturday, the home at 279 Kenmore Rd, Fig Tree Pocket, is on a 1657sq m ridgetop block. 5 Gordon St, Hawthorne.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoAlso at Hawthorne, a four-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse will go to auction at noon.The property at 5 Gordon St has amazing river views and is a great location.McGrath Bulimba-Balmoral selling agents Sallyanne Smith and Ivana Reich said there were bedrooms on every floor and three flowed onto balconies.The property also has internal garage access, private street entry and a shared garden. Your friends won’t want to leave 94 Gerler St, Bardon.A huge, private outdoor room is the heart of the home, connecting the kitchen with the enormous living room at the rear.As part of the renovation, the home has been completely re-roofed, freshly painted and there is ducted air conditioning throughout the main level, a state-of-the-art security system and underground water tanks. 67 Thomas Street, Auchenflower.A three-level home, originally a 1920s Queenslander, has been extensively renovated and is one of many Brisbane stunners to be auctioned this weekend.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 67 Thomas St, Auchenflower goes to auction at 9am on Saturday.Gabrielle Trickey Properties selling agent Gabrielle Trickey said the seller was moving interstate.“She is selling to follow her heart. Her partner is tired of doing the long distance romance thing so she is moving back to Sydney,” Ms Trickey said.“It is a stunning home with beautiful views in a stellar location.” FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here. Love it or hate it? Make it your own at 25 Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove.He said the new owners could create a home that suited their personal style and family requirements.Mr Sultana said while the decor was most certainly dated, the bones of the home were redeeming.The property, on a 521sq m block, goes to auction at 9am on Saturday. 65 Amy St, Hawthorne.A two-level home at Hawthorne is ideal for families wanting plenty of space to spread out.Ray White Bulimba selling agent Gunther Behrendt said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home was in a tightly held pocket of Hawthorne. The property goes to auction at 11am on Saturday and is on an elevated 465sq m block.Features include a heated saltwater in-ground swimming pool. Imagine lazing by the pool in summer at 279 Kenmore Road, Fig Tree Pocket.Dixon Family Estate Agents — Toowong selling agent Carol Summerlin said the resort style pool and spa, with barbecue area and multiple covered alfresco areas were only a few steps away from the downstairs bar and entertaining rooms, making it an ideal summer house for the family to relax in. Inside 67 Thomas Street, Auchenflower.There is a parent’s retreat on the upper level and a swimming pool surrounded by landscaped gardens. “For the next generation staying at home the lower level is perfect. It is the size of a two-bedroom unit; a place to enjoy with friends with access to their own patio,” Ms Trickey said.
“It’ll hit me at some point,” Westbrook told reporters afterward, when asked about the trio of triple-doubles. “Like it’s gonna hit everybody else in this room, too.”Thunder teammate Paul George has already pondered the accomplishment.”He’ll go down as a Hall of Famer, one of the best,” George said (via ESPN). Nobody, I don’t believe, will be able to match that or beat that. You’ve got to be wired a certain way on a nightly basis to be able to compete at that level. He’s special.”OKC coach Billy Donovan echoed those thoughts. And just like that, Westbrook will now average a triple-double for the third straight season.Before Westbrook’s first triple-double season a couple of years ago, no one had performed the feat since 1962, when Oscar Robertson became the first player in league history with the achievement. Related News NBA wrap: Magic put on stunning offensive performance, move up in playoff race Russell Westbrook has done it again.The Thunder point guard had 15 assists in a 123-110 win over the Pistons Friday night. Just another typical Westbrook performance in that category, yet that outing means he will now average at least 10 assists per game this season. “I think the fact that he has done this three years in a row, people don’t understand what has happened, in my opinion,” Donovan said. “And I’m shocked that they don’t talk about it. And I know they’re numbers, and I get all that stuff, but in terms of the historic part of the game, people are going to look back in time, and I think what he has done will be more appreciated later on than it is right now.”Westbrook is now averaging 22.9 points,11.1 rebounds and 10.6 assists this season. There’s not a statistic for “incredible plays,” but he performed one Friday night with this no-look assist to Steven Adams.T-Ferg is all of us right now. pic.twitter.com/7Eoxcq3MkR— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) April 6, 2019″[I’m] just blessed,” Westbrook said. “I do what I do every single night, regardless of what anybody says, what they call it, what they say.”