307A Golden Four Drive, Bilinga.An old beach shack once stood on the 479sq m block but owners David Williams and Caroline Seymour decided to replace it with a modern home when they bought it in 2007.“It was probably a six month design process and six month build,” Mr Williams said.“It is a bit unique for that particular area, there’s not a lot of modern homes there.”They moved into the four-bedroom, three bathroom tri-storey house with their two children in 2008.It was later named a finalist in the 2009 REIQ House of the Year Awards. This Bilinga beach house is going to auction on July 21. What a kitchen.An open kitchen, living and dining area is at the heart of the home on the ground floor.The floor seamlessly flows onto multiple alfresco areas and patios where there is a saltwater pool and outdoor shower.Another house stands between the Golden Four Drive property and the beach.But, it still has direct beach access through a backyard gate and path on the left side of the other residence.Mr Williams said they loved the home and it would be sad to say goodbye but their children’s school and sporting commitments had forced them to make the tough decision to sell.They planned on moving further north. The outdoor entertaining area.While they don’t plan on building their next house, Mr Williams said it had been a great experience.“We really enjoyed it,” he said. “It’s a home we’re very proud of.”It also has ducted airconditioning, a back-to-base security system, video intercom entry, two 5000L underground water tanks, motorised storm shutters, and motorised internal blinds on the ground and top levelsTugun Village and the shopping, dining and entertaining precincts of Kirra and Coolangatta are close by. 307A Golden Four Drive, Bilinga is going under the hammer on July 21.DREAMING of waking up to a breathtaking ocean view?This Bilinga beach house was built to make the most of the ocean vistas expanding before it. Relax outside by the pool.Mr Williams said the best part about their modern industrial style home was that the ocean could be seen from every level.“Every bedroom has ocean views,” he said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“From the top level, we’ve got 270 degree views, from Mount Warning right down to Snapper Rocks.”The home’s top floor is dedicated to the master bedroom, which has an ensuite, study and two balconies.The remaining three bedrooms are on the second floor with an upstairs living area and bathroom.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce believes filling your home ground is paramount to Premier League clubs – with the Hammers announcing their new season-ticket structure ahead of the move to the Olympic Stadium. Press Association And Allardyce believes performing in front of a sold-out crowd is something that should not go unappreciated as the other 19 Premier League clubs are now being pushed to follow West Ham’s lead. “The most important thing at a football club is to fill the stadium,” he said. “I think filling the stadium is the ultimate for the success of the team. Obviously it’s not from a revenue base like it used to be. “The revenue base for a football club used to be the sustainability of the football club in my years before the Premier League and before Sky made it a worldwide brand. “It’s about creating the atmosphere in a stadium that thrills not only the fans there enjoying the atmosphere, but the players who respond to that “To make sure everywhere you go in the Premier League maintains a high level of attendance and selling out your stadium has to be the ultimate goal for any Premier League football club, for me. “What we’ve announced has to be the best piece of business, for me, seen in the Premier League for a long, long time. “Hopefully everybody at West Ham football club, particularly the fan, will come and enjoy, as Karren says, a fantastic facility for less. That will only encourage future young West Ham supporters to be West Ham supporters.” Karren Brady, vice-chairman of West Ham, announced during the week that the club would be making significant cuts to their current pricing as the move is being offset against increased television revenue. The cheapest season ticket at Upton Park is £620 but there will be £289 seats on offer from the 2016/17 season – the club’s first in the 54,000-seater Olympic Stadium.