63 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba, Sunshine CoastAmong the dream home’s features was a large plunge pool with rock face water feature. It overlooks a covered gazebo for outdoor dining and luxury barbecue kitchen with drinks fridge.The home also has a courtyard lounge complete with fire pit and fish pond. Endeavour Foundation’s next prize home on the Sunshine CoastTHIS million dollar home at Mudjimba on the Sunshine Coast is up for grabs for $10 as the next prize home to come out of Queensland.The resort-style home on millionaire’s row was bought by the Endeavour Foundation for its Beachfront Lifestyle Lottery, with funds going towards helping people with a disability. Endeavour Foundation’s next prize home on the Sunshine Coast“Ultimately, this beautiful home will help someone with a disability create a home of their own, pursuing the real possibilities within their own lives”.The prize home opened for viewing Friday February 3 with tickets available until March 22. 63 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba, Sunshine Coast.Now valued at over $1.1 million, the home at 63 Mudjimba Esplanade, Mudjimba, has three bedrooms, one study, two full baths and is less than 100 metres from the beach.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago“The prize home personifies relaxed coastal living,” according to the foundation, with the property suitable for both a holiday retreat or a permanent beachside home. Endeavour Foundation’s next prize home on the Sunshine CoastEndeavour Foundation executive general manager of supporter enterprises, Andrew Thomas, said the lotteries helped fund the At Home With Choices program, which builds modern, accessible houses to give people with a disability more choices about where they live.
Hello and Welcome to our LIVE COVERAGE of the women’s singles final of the Wimbledon 2016.@serenawilliams v @AngeliqueKerber @Wimbledon Serena = champion! Incredible effort. You’re a class act. #22 Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) July 9, 2016Congratulations to the best ever! Serena Williams ! Amazing achievement ?????? Kim Clijsters (@Clijsterskim) July 9, 2016Serena: “It was difficult not to think about (the record). Knowing how hard I worked, it makes the victory sweeter” pic.twitter.com/OZ6ul7Cosj Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Feeling 22.#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/qjeNNAWCb2 Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Kerber: “Congrats to Serena. You really deserved this. It is always an honour for me to play you in the final” pic.twitter.com/DuVTCm2jrN Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Catch 22…Two legends, nothing to separate them. #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/j2AzVFnGwx Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016The legend grows.Serena is warmly congratulated at the net by Kerber after winning her 22nd Grand Slam title. https://t.co/y4eiNRGvcl Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Champion. Again.Serena Williams joins Steffi Graf on 22 Grand Slam titles after clinching a 7th #Wimbledon crown pic.twitter.com/jSa3cVY54X Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201620.09 IST: That’s it! Serena Williams beats Angelique Kerber 7-5, 6-3 to win her seventh Wimbledon title, equals Steffi Graf’s record of 22 Grand Slam crowns 20.04 IST: Serena Williams breaks Kerber 5-3 in the second set. Serving for the championship. PM: Huge congratulations to @GordonReid91 & @alfiehewett6 on their victory in the Men’s Wheelchair Doubles at #Wimbledon today #BackTheBrits UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) July 9, 201619.55 IST: Former tennis star Billie Jean King is also present in the stands. Kerber makes it 3-3. advertisement19.46 IST: Pop star Beyonce and Jay Z are in the stands to watch Serena vs Kerber clash. It’s 2-2 in the second set. How I’m feeling about this women’s final so far. #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/iUmNtGdJN7 Laura Robson (@laurarobson5) July 9, 201619.39 IST: Kerber holds on. It’s 1-1 in the second set. 19.37 IST: Serena Williams opens second set with a 1-0 lead. The numbers tell the story of that first set…#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/27NJcSFUml Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201619.32 IST: Serena Williams finally breaks Angelique Kerber to take the first 7-5 19.28 IST: After three wonderful serves, Serena gets herself out of trouble to lead 6-5 in the first set. A wonderful embrace at the net as Potapova beats Yastremska to become the 2016 girls’ singles champion #Wimbledon https://t.co/CZWPaiPcHX Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201619.24 IST: Kerber makes it 5-5 in the first set. Centre Court is being treated to some super tennis. Serena holds again – she has yet to face a BP – to go 5-4 up pic.twitter.com/vdaXbI6pf4 Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201619.21 IST: Serena holds, leads 5-4 in the first set. 5 aces.16 winners.8 UFEs.Serena posting some excellent numbers but Kerber’s holding her own. On serve at 4-3. pic.twitter.com/CvzSNNVGsa Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201619.16 IST: No break of serves yet. It’s 4-4 in the first set. 19.12 IST: Serena Williams makes it 4-3 in the first set. It’s been a high quality tennis so far 19.07 IST: Bit of fortune helps Kerber make it 3-3 in the first set. 19.05 IST: Serena Williams holding her serves. She leads 3-2 in the first set. 19.01 IST: Angelique Kerber showing signs of early nerves. 2-2 in the first set. 18.57 IST: Serena Williams races to 2-1 lead vs Angelique Kerber in the first set. Serena has lost just two points in her first two serves.18.54 IST: Angelique Kerber manages to hold on, it’s 1-1 in the first set. 18.47 IST: Serena Williams holds on to her serve, leads 1-0 in the first set. 18.37 IST: The two players warm-up before the big match. 18.33 IST: Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber make their way to the Centre Court, which is absolutely packed. ???? good luck @AngeliqueKerber for the final! #doitagain #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/aMF9xpDayU Nico Rosberg (@nico_rosberg) July 9, 201618.15 IST: Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewitt become Men’s Wheelchair Doubles champions. In pursuit of history… #WimbledonWeekendhttps://t.co/4JbIWr212s Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 201618.00 IST: We are just 30 minutes away from the start of the final. Serena hasn’t won any majors since Wimbledon last year.The atmosphere is building inside Centre Court… #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/ieB3ZbkR2E Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Angelique Kerber goes through some final preparations ahead of her first #Wimbledon final… https://t.co/Acj7UPnPiS Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016The final preparations…@serenawilliams warms up for Grand Slam singles final No.28.#Wimbledon https://t.co/EZmK9zBTdc Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016″She hates to lose”From one champion to another: @BillieJeanKing on Serena#Wimbledonhttps://t.co/kO44dT8BvPadvertisement Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Three hours to go…#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/39DWvmbdFK Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016Rise and shine! It’s Ladies’ Final day ??? #Wimbledon https://t.co/4bQaj03yvL Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2016PREVIEWWhen Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber walk onto Wimbledon’s Centre Court for the women’s final today, the legacy of Steffi Graf will loom large.The showdown will see world number one Serena try to equal Graf’s professional era record of 22 grand slam singles titles, while Kerber will seek to become the first German woman to lift the Wimbledon singles crown since her idol Graf 20 years ago.It would be the second time this year she had beaten the American in a grand slam final, having triumphed at the Australian Open in January.Kerber, 28, would also become the first woman apart from Williams to win two grand slams in a season since Justine Henin in 2007, when the Belgian player was world number one.Williams, who turns 35 in September, is a six-times Wimbledon champion and the clear bookmakers’ favourite. But the Graf milestone is nevertheless sure to be weighing on her mind.