Colonial beauty decked out in cool style

first_imgThe living area at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf. “It’s just beautiful out there. We have barbecues out on the back deck and also downstairs. “We’ve even had a wedding (at the home) so there is plenty of space for entertaining.”The home is close to local shops, schools, public transport and the waterfront. It also has easy access to the highways to Brisbane city and the airport. The property is being marketed by Stephan Siegfried and Johanne Fenton of One Agency Redcliffe for $729,000. The front deck at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.On the lower level of the home there is a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and access to the two-way bathroom, which has dual basins and separate bath and shower.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Two of the three other bedrooms have built-in robes.There is also a tandem carport on this level along with a patio at the front and a porch at the back.Internal stairs lead up to the big open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with toilet and sunroom — perfect for use as an office. The kitchen at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.The big kitchen has plenty of bench and cupboard space, stainless-steel appliances and pantry.There is also front and back verandas for enjoying a cool afternoon drink or family barbecue.“The deck with its breezes and water glimpses is probably my favourite part of the home,” Ms McVay said.center_img The home at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.THIS beautifully remodelled Queenslander is just moments from the waterfront in Clontarf.Sue McVay and Ash Mason bought the property at 8 Maine Rd 10 years ago after falling in love with its character charm.“It’s just got that quintessential Queenslander style,” Ms McVay said.“It’s the style of home we love.“It was completely remodelled before we bought it but we did redo the gardens from scratch. “We’ve also freshly painted inside and out.”last_img read more

Five to vie for BAA Ambassador title

first_img(L-R) Kyla Bontiff, Jayanne Thomas,Jamesa Fabien, Meriscia Carriere, Melanie Joseph and . Photo compliments: 365llmmpFive young ladies from the communities of Ans-de_Mai, Anse-sol-Dat and Bense are working diligently towards capturing the title of Ambassador of BAA, the first intellectual pageant to be hosted in Dominica.This pageant is among activities planned by the Committee for the Development of Bense, Ans-de-Mai and Ans-sol-Dat (CIMBAA), in celebration of their first reunion which is scheduled to kick off this evening.The contestants are:• Sixteen year old Meriscia Carriere, sponsored by Alvin Fabien and Pure Entertainment & Sports,• Twenty year old Jamesa Fabien, sponsored by D Blush and Pure Entertainment & Sports,• Sixteen year old Melanie Joseph, sponsored by CIMBAA NY and Y & J Trucking,• Fifteen year old Jayanne Thomas, sponsored by Andrea Bougouneau, Ferrol Trucking, Martha’s Deli, & Laurel Royer and• Sixteen year old Kyla Bontiff, sponsored by Beverly Jacobs.The ladies will compete in five segments; introductory speech, ambassadorial presentation, talent, evening wear and question and answer on Friday, 6th July, 2012 at the Reunion Square in Anse-de-Mai.The theme for the reunion is “Re-uniting Our Efforts… Embracing Each Other”, and will open with a fete featuring Burning Flames from Antigua on 29th June, 2012.Other activities include and oldie goldies night, the delivery of care packages to the elderly, a talk on the history of the three villages by Historian, Dr. Lennox Honeychurch and will climax on 9th July, 2012.Dominica Vibes News 123 Views   one comment Sharing is caring! EntertainmentLocalNews Five to vie for BAA Ambassador title by: – June 29, 2012 Sharecenter_img Tweet Share Sharelast_img read more