9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara.SWEEPING wide water vistas that stretch as far as the Surfers Paradise skyline set the scene for this Carrara home.The views certainly don’t go to waste, with an alfresco area that flows onto a deck with pool overlooking the water one of the home’s standout features.Owner Jenny MacVicar bought the waterfront property at 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive more than seven years ago. 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara.Marketing agent Jackson Paradise, of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, said the views were her favourite part of the home.“(She) loves the area and the wide waterfront views along with views of the 18th hole of Palm Meadows Golf Course, (and) being only moments to Broadbeach and Surfers without being amongst the hustle and bustle,” Mr Paradise said.“The open plan living and kitchen areas all opening out onto the large balcony area overlooking the skyline and waterfront it is a great entertainers home in a fantastic area.” 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara. 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara. 9/145 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara.The two-storey home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms with a combined kitchen, living and dining room that opens onto the alfresco area. It also has two patios and a courtyard as well as a media lounge.Mr Paradise said Ms MacVicar is selling the home to escape to the country.“(She) has purchased elsewhere and is building a large home on acreage in the Gold Coast Hinterland,” Mr Paradise said.
Abuja bubbles as a total of 83 archers drawn from across the country storm the capital city for the first phase of the Nigerian Archery Federation Game Clinic, Coaching and Officiating Workshop holding from 17 to 24 March, 2019 at the Multi-purpose Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Abuja.President of the Nigeria Archery Federation, Mohammed Abdullah, said said yesterday that the participants are drawn from the Defence Headquarters, Abuja comprising, Army, Navy, AirForce, Road Safety and the Nigeria Immigration services. Others are from Imo, Kogi, Niger and Oyo State. Tukura Archery Academy and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) complete the list of archers for the event.Abdullahi who is excited over the encouraging number of participants registered so far for the Workshop, further hinted that the Nigerian Immigration Services has the highest number of participants which is 20 while the Defence Headquarters has 15 leaving Road Safety and the FCT with 10 participants each. Niger State has 5; Imo 4, Kogi 3 and Oyo 3. Tukura Academy has 5 participants while 8 unattached individual participants have since been registered.Meanwhile, Archery President Abdullah while lauding the project, gave the names of Mr. Olatunji O Boluji, Dr. Tukura, Mr Lucky Izukor and Mr. Kunle Akintimehin as the four resource persons for the week-long Workshop which is aimed at repositioning archery sport in Nigeria. The participants will depart on 24 March 2019.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram National Stadium, Abuja