10 Rilatt Street, Wavell Heights.The property market in Wavell Heights is the strongest it has been in the last decade, says a local real estate agent.Place – Aspley selling agent Tristan Rowland said the area had truly gentrified with a mix of professionals.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 2019“Medical workers, airport staff, and also tradesmen are realising how central the suburb is, plus the city views,” Mr Rowland said. “We have had huge success, breaking three suburb records in six weeks attracting non-local buyers.“10 Rilatt St was a Windsor buyer, 6 Warraba Ave was a Perth buyer and 283 Rode Rd ($1.245m) was a Sunnybank buyer.” The four-bedroom home at 6 Warraba sold for $1.11 million. 10 Rilatt Street, Wavell Heights.The three-bedroom property at 10 Rilatt St sold for $854,000, with many living spaces. Mr Rowland said the potential for city views was not a pipe dream.“We had professional pole photography taken at 7m (standard second-floor height) and the city views were spectacular, plus there are also glimpses of Stradbroke Island,” he said. “We are finding so many agents take a cookie-cutter approach to listings. No one except myself took the time to see if it was a possibility if this home could get city views if lifted down the track”.
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) reappointed Luis Enrique the following day amid suggestions he had not wanted Moreno on his staff.Explaining the events of the last two weeks Luis Enrique said: “I feel like I have come back home. It’s a special day for me and my family.“I am a person who usually steers clear of controversy but today I fell obliged to give an explanation because this is about someone I worked with for many years.“I am the only reason why he [Moreno] is not in my staff.“The fall-out comes from a meeting we had on September 12 at my home. It’s the only day we had contact.“We had a 30-minute meeting and I understood that he wanted to take charge of the team in the Euros (next summer) and to then go back to being my No 2 afterwards.“And in that moment I try to put myself in the other person’s shoes. I understand that he wanted to take the opportunity of his life. I understand that he is ambitious and that’s a quality to admire but, for me, that’s also disloyal and for me that is a defect.“I understand his position but I don’t share it and I would not have done that.“I said I wanted to come back. I then called every member of my staff asking for their opinion,”Asked if he felt more let down by Moreno as a coach or a friend he added: “I have no reason to criticise him professionally. As far as the personal goes, I had no doubts until the words said one thing and the actions said another. I am not the good guy in the film. But I’m not the bad guy either,” he said.He was applauded by reporters at the Spanish Football Federation’s headquarters and he then asked for questions to focus on the future and not on ‘going over the rubbish from the past’.He said he was confident that Spain would be able to compete for next season’s Euros. He will be at the draw at the end of the month and take charge of his first two games back as head coach in March in pre-tournament friendlies.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Enrique (centre) and Moreno (second right) worked together in the dugout for many years Former FC Barcelona coach, Luis Enrique, made his official return as head coach of the Spain team yesterday morning in Madrid, admitting that he felt betrayed by his former No 2 Robert Moreno.Moreno took over from Luis Enrique in June when he resigned to care for his nine-year-old daughter Xana before she died of bone cancer in August.Moreno saw Spain safely into next summer’s tournament but then left the job in tears after the last qualifier without giving his final post-match press conference.