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This house is described as the ultimate entertainer

first_img53 Limetree Pde, Runaway Bay will go under the hammer next month.FROM the ultra-modern facade to the tropical pool setting complete with thatched island hut, timber deck and a towering feature palm tree, this residence can’t help but invoke a holiday atmosphere. A towering feature palm tree takes pride of place. Tropical pools don’t get much better than this.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe standout entertaining feature is the pool setting, which offers a fully equipped kitchen including beefeater barbecue, has under deck storage and is decked out with glass fencing to showcase wide water views of the canal, that can be explored with a variety of water craft launched from the 8 metre pontoon. The rear surrounding gardens are manicured, low maintenance and equipped with lighting. Inside, there’s plenty of room to entertain or accommodate a family, with six bedrooms — or five bedrooms plus a large study — on offer. An outdoor setting adjoins the pool and indoor living spaces.center_img The home features open plan living and dining. The rumpus room boasts a bar.The master suite and two bedrooms are each ensuited, while the master suite and one bedroom open out to a large balcony with water views. There’s also two additional guest bathrooms.It also boasts modern conveniences from a laundry chute, to an intercom and alarm system, LED lighting and stainless steel fans. The property has recently been revamped with a freshly painted exterior and new carpet throughout.last_img read more

Local boxing referee/judges receive certificates

first_imgFIVE local referee/judges, who participated in the historic two-day seminar recently for Caribbean officials, were presented with certificates on Friday. The certificates were presented by Americas Boxing Confederation (AMBC) vice-president Steve Ninvalle who organised the seminar.Over 150 officials from the English-speaking Caribbean, Curacao, Haiti and Suriname participated.Guyana was represented by AIBA One-Stars Lawrence Assanah and Richard Braithwaite and Elton Chase, Guyana’s first and only AIBA-certified International Technician Officer (ITO). Jermaine Craig, Shenice Agard and Colin Rodney made up the rest of the local team.last_img