Crown Courts was designed for hardworking mums. Picture: Shae Beplate.“Mothers do so much for the family and definitely deserve a home that offers a space just for them,” he said. “Crown Court definitely ticks all the boxes as it was designed with parents and privacy in mind.“The master bedroom on the upper level is huge and you can see the spa from the bed. It’s a real parent retreat, one of the best I’ve seen.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020But the opportunities for privacy don’t stop here. Fancy a drink with friends around the pool? Picture: Shae Beplate.“Downstairs has a really great work space that could easily be turned into a workshop or craft room for Mum,” Mr Dank said.“The home also has a number of great entertaining areas where Mum can entertain her girlfriends or just sit back and relax by the pool with a good book.“The main aspect here is that the house has lots of areas for Mum to retreat to and get that much-needed alone personal time they so often need and deserve.”1 Crown Court, Kirwan, will be auctioned June 20 at The Ville Casino. MOTHER’S Day may be over but that shouldn’t stop you from considering the most important woman in your life when making your next home purchase.From the enormous parent retreat, a games and media room, an office space on the lower level that would make the perfect space for a craft room or workshop, to the multiple entertainer’s deck and reading nooks, 1 Crown Court in Kirwan was designed with mums in mind.Explore Property sales agent Dean Dank, who will launch the property to the market today, said mothers were seldom considered when buying a house, yet it was they who deserved a space of their own.
The Lakers may have missed out on signing Marcus Morris, who opted to join their crosstown rivals, but they’re close to signing his twin brother, Markieff Morris, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported Friday. That’s basically the same thing, right? Well, not exactly.Marcus Morris, who started the season with the Knicks, is in the midst of the best season of his career, averaging a career-high 19.0 points on 43.2 percent shooing from 3-point range and pulling down 5.4 boards per game. He gives the Clippers an immediate upgrade over Moe Harkless as an equally capable defender on the wing with much better offensive output. MORE: What Reggie Jackson signing means for LA rivalryMarkieff Morris, who was bought out by the Pistons on Thursday, doesn’t pack the same offensive punch as his brother, but he’s still more than capable of being a contributor for the Lakers. He’s averaging 11.0 points per game on a career-high 39.7 percent from 3. The only Laker currently shooting a higher percentage from outside is Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (41.5 percent). Morris could easily slot into the Lakers’ regular rotation of big men, which currently consists of Anthony Davis, JaVale McGee, Dwight Howard and occasionally Kyle Kuzma as a small-ball four. Morris’ addition will also allow Kuzma to get more minutes at small forward, his more natural position.While he’ll likely serve as the backup to Davis at power forward, his ability to stretch the defense gives him more offensive value than McGee and Howard and would allow the Lakers to play small ball without a center to match up with a team like the Rockets in the postseason. Morris isn’t the most consistent defender, especially when playing at the five, but he’s capable of guarding big wings, and a change of scenery might just be the spark he needs to improve on that end.It’s not the ideal move for the Lakers, especially with their first option going to the team most favored to challenge them in the Western Conference playoffs, but it’s one that gives them much-needed depth and allows them to be more flexible in their style of play.