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.
The Batesville Boy’s Varsity Tennis team competed in the Columbus North Invitational on Saturday. Batesville went 1-2 on the day.In the first match, Providence defeated Batesville 5-0. In the second match Batesville bounced back and beat Martinsville 4-1. In the final match of the day, Columbus North beat batesville 4-1.Batesville is now 9-3 on the season and will host Rushville on Tuesday at BHS.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinney.
Area Girls Basketball Scores Saturday (11-9)Lawrenceburg 47 Batesville 40Batesville was led in scoring by Catherine Raab with 19 points.The JV Lady Bulldogs fell in their home opener 27-20 against a tough Lawrenceburg team. The Lady’s played excellent team defense but struggled on offense to make shots. Leading the way for the bulldogs was Emma Weiler with 8. Calley Kaiser added 6 followed by Sarah Ripperger with 3. Rounding out the scoring was Carley Pride with 2 and Gabby Elston with 1. Greensburg 56 Jac-Cen-Del 35Hauser 41 South Ripley 35Heritage Christian 61 East Central 53Union County 57 Milan 27Triton Central 75 North Decatur 41SW-Shelby 66 South Decatur 51Waldron 49 Tri 33SW-Hanover 65 Crothersville 47South Dearborn TourneyNew Washington 62 South Dearborn 35Perry Meridian 45 Lafayette Jeff 26Consolation-Lafayette Jeff 57 South Dearborn 40Championship-Perry Meridian 57 New Washington 27Morristown TourneyMorristown 68 Indy Herron 27Cascade 62 Tri-Central 37Consolation-Tri-Central 58 Indy Herron 23Championship-Cascade 48 Morristown 35Southport ClassicSouthport 65 Indy Ritter 41Decatur Central 60 Connersville 30Consolation-Indy Ritter 55 Connersville 35Championship-Southport 35 Decatur Central 26Friday (11-8)Batesville 44 Hauser 40Batesville was led in scoring by Carlie Werner with 23 points.The JV Lady Bulldogs won their season opener against a scrappy Hauser team 32-19. The Bulldogs played great team defense! Sarah Ripperger led the team with 4 steals and multiple deflections. The dogs were led in scoring by Calley Kaiser with 10, and Emma Weiler with 8. Gabby Elston added 6 with a couple nice assists. Ava Hanson added two big baskets, with Olivia Raab and Sarah Ripperger rounding out the scoring with 2. Austin 51 South Ripley 40Franklin County 70 Rising Sun 32Blue River 50 Waldron 44Rushville 68 New Castle 37Henryville 44 SW-Hanover 36Edinburgh 86 Indy Metro 19Jennings County 79 Rock Creek Academy 5