Design inspiration: this waterfront house nails Hamptons style

first_imgThe gourmet kitchen features a butlers pantry.Set over three storeys, the waterfront Hamptons-style residence features five large separate outdoor entertaining areas, while inside offers rooms including a guest master suite, main suite, gourmet kitchen, home theatre, cavernous dressing room and separate make up station. 5 Midshipman Court, Paradise Waters is on the market for offers over $3.75 million.NEUTRAL palettes, Gable-style roofs and ornate decor — ‘Anchorage’ features classic Hamptons construction and has not yet been lived in, awaiting its first residents.Recent modifications have taken the livability of this already spacious home to the next level.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours agoThe stunning pool area has a built-in barbecue. How’s this for an entry?Outside, low maintenance gardens complement the private pool area, decked out with an outhouse, private courtyards and dock. The 733sq m property faces east on 20m of sandy waterfrontlast_img read more

Beat writers predict Syracuse to edge Central Michigan

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ On Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Syracuse and Central Michigan will kick off at the Carrier Dome for SU’s final nonconference home game this season. The Orange (1-1) lost to Middle Tennessee State last week while Central Michigan beat Kansas. The last time SU and CMU matched up, 2015, the Orange won, 30-27, in overtime.Our beat writers predict Saturday’s matchup, which will air on ACC Network Extra.Joe Bloss (1-1)Do or dieSyracuse 30, Central Michigan 24Steve Ishmael has 26 receptions and Central Michigan has eight interceptions. Neither team will run the ball well because neither can, so whichever passing attack outdoes the other will win. The edge goes to Eric Dungey and Syracuse because the Chippewas are missing some top targets. If I’m wrong, SU’s season is a lost cause halfway through September. Can’t wait for LSU!Sam Fortier (1-1)Cash in ChipsSyracuse 27, Central Michigan 26AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWe still have no idea what Syracuse is. We saw the Orange TKO a tomato can FCS team and then lose to its revenge-bent spurned ex-boss. Neither are fair barometers. Central Michigan, which won at Kansas last week, will be. The Chippewas finally give Syracuse a fair, Division-I test. The Orange will be who they’ve always been and charismatic Eric Dungey will overcome a struggling running game to keep SU’s offense just ahead of its defense to ensure the win. Then we’ll at least know we’re good for last season’s re-up.Matthew Gutierrez (1-1)Win while you canSyracuse 28, Central Michigan 20It won’t be pretty in front of another lackluster crowd, but Syracuse picks up its second win of the year Saturday against a banged-up Central Michigan team. The Chippewas will be without wide receivers Corey Willis and Brandon Childress, who combined for 225 yards and two touchdowns over the first two games. With them out, Shane Morris, who is 12th in the country with 693 passing, doesn’t have the targets he needs and SU’s defense gets a break to hold CMU.Tomer Langer (1-1)Loud and clearSyracuse 38, Central Michigan 24Syracuse lost its last four games of the season last year, but was without Eric Dungey playing quarterback. The last time SU lost before thought was Wake Forest, a game many considered winnable. The week after, the Orange had its best win of the season against Virginia Tech. SU lost a disappointing game against Middle Tennesssee State last week and head coach Dino Babers made it clear that he had the attention of his team during film study after. I believe him, and expect the Orange to pull away with a win. Comments Published on September 15, 2017 at 10:55 amlast_img read more