The floorplan of 26 Shakespeare St. The master bedroom at 26 Shakespeare St, Bulimba.The home hasn’t required much maintenance over the years, with tasks contained to replacing the flooring and painting. One of the bathrooms, has a soaker tub.Tending to the outdoors is also something that requires minimal time and effort.“(The home) is built on the boundary, which you can’t do anymore, but they’ve used every piece of land,” Mr Green said.“Other than some gardens, there’s only one piece of lawn to look after.”The three-level home has a mixture of polished timber floorboards, tiles and carpet throughout, and has all the extras from a butler’s pantry to intercom entry and an inground pool with a water feature. The home is open-plan and uses voids to create space.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020He said guests were always shocked at how spacious the house was.“It doesn’t look as big from the outside, but everyone is surprised by the amount of space inside.” Outdoors is a low maintenance yard and pool.Mr Green said the home would suit a family or a professional, but could also be suited to a single.“It suits a family with the different living areas, but I also heard comments that it looks like the ultimate bachelor pad.” The kitchen is sleek and modern.Mr Green said the home had wow factor from the moment the front door was opened.“It presents really well (and) when you walk into the front area there is a massive void, which is one of the things I liked about it,” Mr Green said.“I was attracted to the openness, the oversized lounge rooms, that there was a lot of glass and light, and that it was north facing.” The home at 26 Shakespeare St, Bulimba, has hit the market.BOTH low maintenance and luxury, this Bulimba home has everything for the busy family or professionalAfter a decade of living at 26 Shakespeare St, Daniel Green is relocating, and, giving someone else the opportunity to snatch up the property which is in the sought after Bulimba dress circle.
Below is a look at the Lakers’ 2015-16 roster, with last season’s points, rebounds and assists per game:StartersNo. 1 D’Angelo Russell, point guard, rookie19.3 ppg 5.7 rpg, 5.0 apg his freshman season at Ohio State 22.3 ppg; 5.7 rpg; 5.6 apgBryant faces two seemingly insurmountable challenges this season. Father Time and patience. Bryant will lay everything on the line in perhaps his final season, for better and for worse. No. 30 Julius Randle, power forward, second year2.0 ppg in 14 minutes Randle filled the preseason highlight reels with powerful dunks, crafty playmaking, well-timed hook shots and a bulldozing presence. But Randle seems to be just scratching the surface. No. 17 Roy Hibbert, center, eighth year10.6 ppg; 7.1 rpg in IndianaGood news: Hibbert will drastically provide the Lakers with the rim protecting they sorely lacked last season. Bad news: Hibbert is one man and cannot cover for all the Lakers’ defensive miscues.ReservesBrandon Bass, power forward, 11th year10.6 ppg, 4.9 rpg in BostonEvery game will be the same. Bass will provide a comforting presence with defense, rebounding and hustle. Nothing more, nothing less. Tarik Black, power forward/center, second year7.2 ppg, 5.8 rebounds with LakersBlack always remains thankful for the opportunity. But will he fully take advantage of it with a more developed game?Anthony Brown, small forward, rookie14.8 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 2.5 apg his redshirt season at StanfordWhat can Brown do for you? Defense, athleticism and some outside shooting. But Brown is a rookie so some assembly might be required. Marcelo Huertas, point guard, rookie8.0 ppg, 4.3 apg with FC Barcelona in SpainHis extensive international experience has not gotten lost in translation. His art of passing can overcome any cultural barrier. No. 4 Ryan Kelly, power forward, third year6.4 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 1.8 apgKelly will no longer feel in purgatory playing small forward. But can Kelly overcome the logjam at the power forward position?No. 7 Larry Nance Jr., power forward, rookie16.1 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 2.5 apg, 1.2 blocks, 1.2 steals his senior season at WyomingWith his energy, Nance Jr. will climb up the Lakers’ depth chart perhaps as high as one of his earth-shattering dunks.No. 50 Robert Sacre, center, fourth year4.6 ppg, 3.5 rpgSacre has become the second-longest tenured Laker on this roster by keeping the locker room loose and providing decent hustle for a backup center.Lou Williams, point guard/shooting guard15.5 ppg, 1.9 rpg, 2.1 apg in TorontoLike Nick Young, Williams will go on high-shooting binges. Unlike Nick Young, Williams will do it without casting attention on himself. No. 37 Metta World Peace, small forward/power forward, 15th yearN/A; played last season for Pallacanestro Cantù in Italy (Lega Basket Serie A) and the Sichuan Blue Whales of the Chinese Basketball Association The idea of the former Ron Artest mentoring younger players would seem as far fetched as World Peace. But he has changed plenty in the past decade. World Peace has plenty of defense, wisdom and laughs to share. No. 0 Nick Young, small forward, 9th year13.4 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 1.0 apgYoung and coach Byron Scott say they have patched things up. But how much patience will Scott have for Swaggy P if his shot falls flat? How much frustration can Young handle over a possible fluctuating role? Russell has not impressed much in both Summer League and preseason play. But the litmus test for the No. 2 pick entails how he handles NBA competition in real games and how he responds to adversity. No. 6 Jordan Clarkson, shooting guard, second year15.8 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 5.0 apg in 38 starts last season with the LakersClarkson has the work ethic to build off a promising rookie season. But will that be enough to prove he is an all-around player?No. 24 Kobe Bryant, small forward, 20th year Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error