One of the two bedrooms at LGC 11 Hillside Cres, Hamilton.“The huge picture windows encompass the view all the way along. “It’s magical at night as well — you sit there and look at the city lights.“My partner and I have lived here for 10 years and there hasn’t been one day where we have taken the view for granted.” The property is being marketed by Nerina Sportelli, of RE/MAX Integrity, for $895,000. The living area at LGC 11 Hillside Cres, Hamilton.The kitchen has stone benchtops, classic white cabinetry and modern appliances.Ms Cleary said it was impossible to choose her favourite part of the property. “I love everything really,” she said. “During summer we’re outside every weekend having a barbecue or dinner. Even this winter we’ve been out there as my children gave us a fire pit.“You can also sit in the kitchen and see down to Portside. The apartment at LGC 11 Hillside Cres, Hamilton.The apartment is in the tightly- held Camden complex and has two bedrooms, one bathroom and a single car park. The two bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and views to the courtyard, while the bathroom has a floor-to-ceiling tiles and a double shower. The home also has a laundry tucked away between the bathroom and separate toilet. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The open-plan living space incorporates the formal dining area, kitchen, meals area and lounge room with sliding doors opening to the courtyard. The apartment at LGC 11 Hillside Cres, Hamilton.THIS stunning riverside apartment with courtyard is on the market in Hamilton.The home at LGC 11 Hillside Cres has a total living space of 171sq m, including the outdoor area, and contains huge picture windows with views of Brisbane River. Julie-Anne Cleary has lived in the apartment for the past 10 years.“I loved that it had a huge outdoor area with views,” she said. “I’ve lived along this strip (in Hamilton) for 20 years so I know the area pretty well and an outdoor area is very rare.”
(ESPNCRICINFO) – James Anderson’s 29th five-wicket haul in Test cricket enabled England to enforce the follow-on at the Ageas Bowl, despite Azhar Ali holding Pakistan together thanks to his second hundred as captain.Anderson took the first and last wickets of the day after three breakthroughs on the second evening, taking his tally to 598 across his Test career. He removed Asad Shafiq 12 balls into the day, leaving Pakistan reeling at 30 for 4, before eventually dismissing last man, Naseem Shah, to finish with figures of 5 for 56.That Pakistan’s innings lasted as long as it did owed much to Azhar, whose hundred was his first away from home since Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan’s joint retirements in 2017. He scored the bulk of his runs behind square, pulling and flicking off the pads when England erred too straight and cutting and steering behind point when they when short. With Mohammad Rizwan for support, he guided Pakistan towards the second new ball with a dogged innings, but was eventually left stranded, unbeaten on 141.In a morning session that was again abbreviated by the rain, Anderson added his fourth wicket of the innings, removing Shafiq in his first full over of the day. Shafiq lunged forwardly hopefully at a length ball in the channel, only managing to edge into the slips, and has scored just 46 runs in four innings this series; his run of 72 consecutive Tests might soon come under threat.That gave Fawad Alam an opportunity to bed in after lunch, after nudging Anderson into the off side to score his first Test run in 11 years. He edged Chris Woakes through the slips early on, but started to knuckle down alongside Azhar to lead Pakistan’s recovery. Frustratingly for him, he fell tamely after making a start, offering Jos Buttler a sharp chance behind the stumps after being drawn forward by Dom Bess.Bess quickly found his groove after going unused across the whole of the second Test, settling into a rhythm as Rizwan looked to rebuild alongside Azhar, who survived an England review for caught behind after copping a short ball on the right shoulder. He then ticked past the 6000-run mark in Tests, becoming the fifth Pakistani batsman to reach the landmark as he steered Archer through backward point.Rizwan was busy throughout, despite an early blow on the helmet from Archer, and the pair put on Pakistan’s highest partnership of the series against the old ball. Azhar was particularly strong off his pads, but his off-side game improved as his innings progressed. Archer reverted to short-ball theory with the new ball imminent, but it was Woakes who made the breakthrough thanks to a strangle down the leg side, Buttler again taking a sharp diving catch to remove Rizwan.The timing of the wicket was particularly vital for England, as it meant Pakistan’s bowlers were exposed to the new ball. Broad, who has been brutally effective with the second new ball throughout the summer, struck with it immediately as Root clung onto a sharp chance from a loose push from Yasir Shah.He had a second not long after, as Buttler – who had struggled so much with the gloves throughout the summer before this Test – took a blinding catch off Shaheen Afridi, leaping at full stretch to his right as the tailender looked to fend away a short ball.That left Pakistan clinging on eight wickets down, at which point things became calamitous for Anderson in his attempts to secure a five-for.He had two chances put down in the slips in the 87th over – Azhar dropped by Burns at second slip, Mohammad Abbas shelled at third by Zak Crawley two balls later – and then Broad made a mess of the most straightforward of the lot, Azhar miscuing to him at mid-on. Broad recovered in time to shy at the striker’s end and run Abbas out with a direct hit, but that did little to lift Anderson’s spirits, not least with Azhar sticking around alongside last man Naseem.Anderson barley allowed himself a smile when he eventually broke the partnership, Dom Sibley clinging onto a chance at third slip after he drew an edge from Naseem, taking him to 598.There was never any question as to whether England would enforce the follow-on, but just as things were about to get underway soon after 7pm, the umpires decided that the light was too poor for play to continue. Azhar had moved himself up to open, hoping to carry on from where he had left off, but was denied the opportunity to do so.