40 Samuel Drive, Tallebudgera is for sale.IT’S described as the Gold Coast’s best acreage lifestyle and it’s not hard to see why.Welcome to 40 Samuel Drive, Tallebudgera — where you are surrounded by breathtaking scenery in the tightly held Kalimna Estate.Kay Blackburne bought the six-bedroom house in 2013, drawn to its outlook over Tallebudgera Valley and a seemingly endless list of luxury features. Back inside and the parent’s retreat, guest bedroom and media room are to one wing of the house.On the other wing is the formal dining room, cinema, kid’s retreat and three bedrooms.Other features include a study. Ms Blackburne said the house had lived up to her expectations.She said being from the country originally meant Tallebudgera was the perfect fit for her.“Living in this part of Tallebudgera allows me to experience the peace and tranquillity of country living, but I am still close to fantastic shops, great dining and of course, it is only minutes from the beach,” she said.“I am selling the home so that I can move closer to my family. It will be sad to sell this home as I have created so many beautiful family memories here.”The house is scheduled to go under the hammer later this month.Katrina Walsh of Harcourts Coastal is marketing the property. No expense has been spared in the design. From the front. A sight to behold.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago Poolside entertaining. Fancy a hit of tennis? “I wanted to have a large open plan entertainment area where I could watch my children and grandchildren play in the pool and on the tennis court from my kitchen,” the grandmother-of-six said.“I absolutely love playing tennis and so the tennis court is my favourite feature of the property. “The pool is fabulous for small children as it has a large lagoon area where small children can play safely.“As my grandchildren have grown older, the pool is huge and has plenty of space for them to swim.” The residence is nestled within the 4,604sq m block and faces northeast to maximise the sunlight and picturesque valley views.The kitchen separates the formal and casual living areas and overlooks the alfresco patio which provides plenty of space to fine, lounge, cook and entertain while taking in the pool and tropical gardens.“I love celebrating birthdays and Christmas in this home with plenty of space for everyone,” she said.“There is often a family game of cricket or table tennis played at my place. There is so much space on the property that there is plenty of scope to do a broad range of activities that suit all of the kids.” MORE NEWS: Mega mansion includes basketball court MORE NEWS: Enjoy a ‘Royale’ life on the beach Relax in the pool. Entertain inside or outside.
LocalNews Men encouraged to have their prostate tested by: – March 30, 2012 Share Share Tweet 18 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Patrick HendersonMen are being asked to turn out in large numbers on Saturday to have their prostates tested.Free prostate screening will be undertaken at the Clinical Facility of Portsmouth Genera Hospital commencing at 8:30 am, targeting residents of the North.One member of the Dominica Cancer Society Patrick Henderson noted that too often men shy away from taking care of their medical health.“While women go check on their health, men have the tendency to put it off until it’s too late. What we want them to do is go get their exam and if everything is okay that’s fine but if it’s not then they need to be referred to their doctors,” he said.He said the examination takes a few seconds because “one of the fears men have is that they don’t like the nature of it however some men who have gone through that explained to us that it wasn’t so bad,” he said.He said the prostate status can change hence the reason why men should have regular checkups.Dominica Vibes News
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