Sunnybank dream home up for sale

first_imgThe ensuite features a steam room. Kick back and relax in the cinema.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The home is the ultimate in opulence, with a custom-made copper front door, marble columns and stylish bulk heads throughout.The home has two kitchens, seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, along with a separate sauna and steam room, a pool, a cinema, and a wet bar. The foyer gives good first impressions.Ms Liu said she researched extensively before settling on building the three-level European-style concrete house.“I wanted to build my dream home,” Ms Liu said.“I thought, ‘now I don’t have to go all over the world to enjoy all the things we can enjoy at home’.” One of the living spaces.Ms Liu said she likes to entertain often, with her friends coming by for dinner parties.“My friends say it is a six-star hotel,” she said.“They come over and we have parties in the dining room and the kitchen.“Sometimes we watch movies and we have a wet bar area so we can have coffee or wine.” REAL ESTATE: 25 Legal St, SunnybankWhen Susan Liu bought a parcel of land at Sunnybank eight years ago, she had her dream home in mind.You would be forgiven for thinking you had just entered a six-star resort upon walking into the 25 Legal St home, with the front door opening to a foyer featuring an imported chandelier and grand staircase. The master suite is bigger than even the most extravagant of hotel rooms.Ms Liu is selling as she would like to downsize, as her two grown-up children consider moving out of home.“My son has a girlfriend and maybe they will have their own home soon,” she said. One of the two kitchens in the home.The master suite is Ms Liu’s favourite space, where she likes to spend her time relaxing.“There’s a steam sauna and spa in the bathroom, and we’ve also got an area with a sofa and table so we can relax there,” she said.last_img read more

Appiah is better than Dujkovic and Rajevac – Randy Abbey

first_imgGhana FA Executive Committee Member Randy Abbey insists Akwasi Appiah is better than Milovan Rajevac and Ratomir Dujkovic who chalked massive success with the Black Stars during their reign.Appiah will be leading Ghana to its third successive World Cup finals haven presided over aflambouyant qualification series.Some soccer fans however harbour some doubt over whether the ex Black Stars skipper is the best man to take the team to next year’s finals in Brazil – with sceptics quick to point out to the massive achievements of Ratomir Duijkovic and Milovan Rajevac.Duijkovic led Ghana to its first World Cup qualification – where the Black Stars emerged as the only African side to make it out of the group stage in Germany 2006.‘Doya’s’ Serbian compatriot Milovan Rajevac then took the team to even greater heights four years later to a quarter final finish in South Africa.Many are now casting doubts over Akwasi Appiah’s ability to equal or even surpass the featof these expatriate coaches with Ghana drawn in a tough group alongside Germany, Portugal and USA. Abbey who worked closely with Appiah at the U23 level to deliver gold for Ghana at the 2011 All Africa Games is bemused by the subtle rising pessimism over Appiah’s ability at the biggest stage despite presiding over a flambouyant qualification campaign.“We know how we are able to help coaches to succeed and we’ve being doing same for Akwasi Appiah,” Abbey said on GTV’s Stage Africa show.“And I can sit here and say that at least over the last 10 years, of all the coaches that we’ve brought in to handle the Black Stars, none of them have performed better than Akwasi Appiah.“We can get into the statistics, we can look at the issues. But there is still that level of doubt.“I don’t know whether it is a function of colonialism or ne-colonialism or inferiority complex, I don’t know. I honestly don’t know.”last_img read more