19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale.Award-winning architect Bud Brannigan has created a stunning six-bedroom masterpiece in this southeast Queensland suburb. One of the bedrooms at 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale. The 12m lap pool at 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale. 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale.Featuring an amazing natural backdrop, Ray White – East Brisbane selling agent Tim Davis said a clean, industrial aesthetic had been used throughout the design of the home, with tasteful influences from Santa Fe adding warmth.“Carefully positioned to cut out harsh summer sun and allow in winter light, the windows are also situated to get the best cross breezes,” Mr Davis said.“On top of that, it’s a house that can be broken into quite distinct zones or completely opened up, blending the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces – all around a centre courtyard leading down to a beautiful salt water swimming pool.” 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale. 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale. 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale.Feel like you are on holidays living in this striking and bold home, at 19 Lilly Pilly Rd, Pullenvale. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 The perfect place to hang out at 19 Lilly Pilly Road, Pullenvale.The property, which is for sale by negotiation, is on a 1ha allotment and features a 12m lap pool, and a rear deck with forest views.
Share LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Submit GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Share Stockholm-listed online gambling firm, Kindred Group Plc has reported a strong opening to 2018, as the multi-brand/ multi-market operator continues to benefit from its expansion strategy, supported by further ‘organic growth’.Publishing its unaudited Q1 2018 results (period ending 31 March), Kindred records a 36% group revenue uplift to £207 million (Q1 2017: £153 million).The positive revenue momentum, sees Kindred record growth across all key metrics and KPIs, with the company recording a period underlying EBITDA of £47.5 million (Q1 2017: £30.3 million)“After an exceptional sportsbook margin in the fourth quarter last year, the margin has normalised in the first quarter of 2018 at 8.2 percent after free bets. Gross winnings revenue grew by 36 percent as reported and by 23 percent organically and in constant currencies, compared to the same period last year.” detailed Henrik Tjärnström, Group CEO of Kindred Plc. “During the first quarter, Gross winnings revenue from mobile grew by 34 percent compared to the first quarter last year and amounted to 72 percent of our total Gross winnings revenue. Of the Group’s Gross winnings revenue, 42 percent came from locally regulated markets.”In its corporate update, Kindred reports a further ‘all-time high in active customers’, as the firm’s brands break the + 1.3 million active player mark.Closing its Q1 2018 trading, Kindred governance declares a profit after tax for the first of £29.9 million (Q1 2017: 16.3 million).Moving forward, Kindred looks forward to a busy summer period featuring Russia 2018, in which the company states that it will operate the most comprehensive range of pre-game and in-play markets.“In Europe, the development of local licensing systems has continued and in Sweden the parliament will vote for a new modern licensing system on 7 June 2018. Outside Europe, during the year we are investigating if and how we can launch any of our brands in the USA.” Tjärnström further detailedKindred Group Plc – Q1 2018 – Performance Overview.