Bundall mansion sells for $2.4 million in biggest sale of the week

first_img15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall.A BUNDALL mansion with a resort-inspired wraparound pool has sold for $2.405 million – the biggest sale on the Gold Coast this week.The waterfront house at 15 Daimler Drive has an open-plan design, floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors revealing water views among its standout features.Sellers Tom Snow and his wife Debbie bought the property in 1998 and lived in the existing house before building their dream home seven years ago. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. 15 Daimler Drive, Bundall. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago15 Daimler Drive, Bundall.The pair looked at many designs before settling on theirs but had a particular focus on creating a seamless connection between the house and canalfront.It comes with all the extras you would expect of a luxurious Gold Coast home – a parents’ retreat, butler’s pantry, media room and jetty.Isaac and Maria Genc of Genc & Co negotiated the sale.last_img read more

Opposition Leader calls for road repair money for Salisbury

first_img Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Opposition Leader Hon. Hector John. Opposition Leader Hector John wants government to allocate funds towards road repair works in his constituency among other projects. On Wednesday, Parliament approved a loan in the amount of EC$20 million dollars from the National Bank of Dominica required for financing of government expenditure.John told the debate on the matter that roads in his constituency have been in a deplorable state for far too long.“We have been seeking an audience with the minister on the matter, to see how we can dialogue and move forward in reference to repairs of the roads but he has disrespected us,” he told Parliament.John said some of that money should also be put towards repairs of the Coulibistrie Primary School.“The roof is in serious problems. We haven’t gotten any response from the minister. We want definite dates. How soon are you going to repair the roof of that school to make it safe for the children? That will go a long way in improving the lives of the children and the lives of the people living there,” he added.The Opposition leader also addressed the recent incident which occurred at the Dominica Grammar School where a student attacked a teacher.He said what happened at that learning institution should never repeat itself.According to John, proper security at the school should now be placed on the front burner of government.“Security at every school is important. I saw the fencing of the primary school in Salisbury and the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School in St Joseph. I must commend government for that but every school on the island must be secured,” he added.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img LocalNews Opposition Leader calls for road repair money for Salisbury by: – February 23, 2012 Share 26 Views   one commentlast_img read more