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Gold Coast penthouse with massive rooftop pool

first_imgOscar penthouse in Main Beach.SWIMMING to the bottom of the ocean is magical but swimming 30 storeys above the Gold Coast is something else.That’s been the reality for Wayne Sharpe who has just put his luxurious Main Beach penthouse on the market.While the multimillion-dollar views are a drawcard, his pool is what captures the most attention.“It’s very, very rare to see one (rooftop pool) that big,” he said. “It’s lowered as far as it can be and it’s 6ft deep.“It’s a proper pool that you can swim laps in and really enjoy.”Wayne Sharpe on his rooftop terrace. Picture: Mike BatterhamMr Sharpe bought the Oscar on Main penthouse off the plan 19 years ago.“I was living in Parkwood at the time and decided I wanted to have more views, security and be in the middle of the action without feeling like I was,” he said.“I decided this property was going to be the biggest and the best.”Described as the “jewel of Gold Coast living” it’s not hard to see why Mr Sharpe, who founded Bartercard and most recently Carbon Trade Exchange, has held on to the property for two decades.The penthouse comes with a three tonne aquarium. Picture: Mike BatterhamAmong the two-level four-bedroom apartment’s standout features is a rooftop terrace, private steam room, bar and stunning three tonne aquarium.“I’m told it’s the biggest tropical fish tank in southeast Queensland,” he said.“They’ve got to be the only fish with a sky-high view.“Whenever someone comes in they stare at the tank because it’s so spectacular.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoWayne Sharpe said his Oscar on Main penthouse was more like a house than an apartment. Picture: Mike BatterhamThe lower-level features several living areas, the kitchen and bedrooms.Mr Sharpe said the property felt more like a house than an apartment.“It truly is more like an expansive house in the sky rather than an apartment,” he said.“They don’t build them like this anymore, particularly with 18ft ceilings and floor to ceiling windows.”Relax on the rooftop terrace.Other features include dumb-waiter, wine cellar and wine fridges.Mr Sharpe said the proximity to schools and restaurants was also a major drawcard.“It’s so close to all the family amenities, The Southport School, St Hilda’s School and walking distance to the tram stop. I can also walk to the yacht club and surf club in five minutes.”There is no shortage of space in the Oscar on Main penthouse.He said he had considered selling his skyhome over the years but couldn’t bring himself to do it.“I’ve had lots of agents knocking on my door and people making offers but I just couldn’t do it,” he said.“It will be hard to let it go.”Now, he said, the timing was right to sell.Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agent Robert Graham is marketing the property through an expressions of interest campaign.Wayne Sharpe is selling his Main Beach penthouse. Picture: Mike Batterhamlast_img read more

Anaheim’s Jose Rojas won’t get September call-up to Angels

first_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone The Angels also have several other minor league players they will need to add to the 40-man roster in November to protect them from the Rule 5 draft.The Angels might not feel that Rojas is in danger of being selected in the Rule 5 draft because a team would have to keep him on the 25-man roster all of next season if they took him. Teams are more likely to take a chance on a pitcher than a position player.If the Angels added Rojas to the 40-man roster in September and then tried to take him off to use his spot for someone else in November, they would have to put Rojas through waivers. Then, a team could claim Rojas more easily than in the Rule 5 draft, because they could keep him in the minors.Also, the Angels no doubt view Rojas’ numbers in the context of a Pacific Coast League in which offensive numbers are always inflated, but this year even more so because of the use of the major league ball.“The hitting coaches are evaluating less on statistics and more on what they’re seeing,” Ausmus said. “But it’s tough not to be influenced by someone hitting 30 homers. You go back to your frame of reference and 30 homers is a lot, or it used to be.” Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter OAKLAND — The breakthrough season José Rojas had in Triple-A will not end in the major leagues.Manager Brad Ausmus said on Tuesday that the Angels are not planning to promote Rojas, an Anaheim High product who hit .293 with 31 homers and a league-leading 107 RBIs at Salt Lake.General Manager Billy Eppler explained via text the decision to not add any more players to the 40-man roster: “Given all the considerations that go into adding someone to the roster, such as current roster construction, expected playing time and usage, and overall flexibility of the major league roster, we opted to not add any additional players to the 40-man roster at this time.”The Angels’ 40-man roster is currently full. Although they could easily create a spot by moving Griffin Canning, who is out for the rest of the season, to the 60-day disabled list, but Canning would need to be added back in November. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield center_img Ausmus said the Angels could have one more player come up. That is likely Taylor Cole, who can’t return to the majors until Friday because he needs to be down for 10 days, even though the Triple-A season is over.ALSOJustin Anderson, who is out with an upper right trap strain, said he is expecting to face hitters in a simulated game on Friday in Chicago. He could be activated soon after that. …Tommy La Stella could join the Angels this weekend in Chicago, but he might not be activated, Ausmus said. La Stella, who is nearing the end of his rehab from a fractured tibia, has been hitting and working on defense, but he still hasn’t faced live pitching.UP NEXTAngels (LHP Patrick Sandoval, 0-1, 5.64 ERA) at A’s (RHP Tanner Roark, 8-8, 4.04), Wednesday, 7:07 p.m., Fox Sports West, 830 AM Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Despite all of that, Ausmus said Rojas did well to continue putting up numbers after he made a splash in spring training.“He kind of came out of nowhere in spring training, to some degree,” Ausmus said. “There was some caution that it was just spring training, then he carried it into the season.”Rojas, 26, has not settled into any defensive position either. He’s played first, second, third and left field, although not playing more than 39 games at any spot.The Angels recalled catcher Anthony Bemboom on Tuesday, bringing their active roster to 33 players.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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