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

Woods shrugs off shaky start to lead in Japan

first_img First Published: 24th October, 2019 18:11 IST Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago Medical pot on campus: Colleges say no and face lawsuits 10 months ago WWE 2K20 Gaming: Unhappy PlayStation users granted refund FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE Tiger Woods couldn’t have scripted a better scenario for the PGA’s first tournament in Japan despite his shaky start. After a layoff from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee two months ago, Woods shot a 6-under 64 on Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Zozo Championship. Woods was tied with Gary Woodland, with local favorite Hideki Matsuyama one stroke behind.Teeing off from the 10th hole, things didn’t start well for Woods who sent his opening shot into the water. That led to the first of three straight bogeys. “The start I got off to wasn’t very good, I hit bad shot after bad shot … and the next thing you know, things aren’t looking so good,” Woods said. But the Masters champion quickly found his game at the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club, with birdies on four of his next six holes to get to 1 under.“After the start, the ball striking was better, the putting was really good,” Woods said. “I was hitting a lot of good putts, the ball was rolling tight which was nice. ” Woods is making his first start in his 23rd season on the PGA Tour, needing one victory to reach 82 wins and tie the career record held by Sam Snead. Woods last played in an official tournament in Japan in 2006 at the Dunlop Phoenix, where he lost in a playoff to Padraig Harrington. He won the Dunlop Phoenix the two previous years.As pleased as Woods was with his day, the Japanese fans couldn’t have been happier. The American is hugely popular in Japan and drew the biggest galleries on Thursday. “The people here in Japan have come out and supported this event,” Woods said. “It’s been a lot of fun to play in front of them again, I haven’t done it in a while. I’ve missed it. They’ve always been fantastic with golf and supported their golf here.” Woodland had six birdies, including one on the par-5 18th. “I played well from top to bottom,” Woodland said. “I drove the ball well and anytime I can control the ball on the greens from the fairway, that adds up to a pretty good day.”Matsuyama led early with four birdies on the front nine, but faltered with a bogey on the final hole. “I am just one stroke behind the leader so think I am in a good position,” Matsuyama said. “Tomorrow I need to minimize my mistakes.” The Zozo tournament is part of three tournaments that make up the PGA Tour’s Asia Swing, including the CJ Cup in South Korea won last week by Justin Thomas and the HSBC Champions in Shanghai next week.Organizers said more than 20,000 fans attended the opening day. Heavy rain from a storm over the Pacific Ocean is expected on Friday. With weather issues predicted for the second round, the tee times have been moved up an hour but play could still be affected. Among the other big names, Rory McIlroy (72) struggled with the windy conditions and Thomas had an even-par 70. Jason Day, who beat Woods in a Skins game on Monday at the same venue, finished with a 73 while Jordan Spieth shot a 74. center_img WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago Unique guitar-shaped hotel opens at Florida Seminole casino COMMENT Last Updated: 24th October, 2019 18:11 IST Woods Shrugs Off Shaky Start To Lead In Japan Tiger Woods couldn’t have scripted a better scenario for the PGA’s first tournament in Japan despite his shaky start. Associated Press Television News LIVE TVlast_img read more

Ambusley has high praises for MBU’s ‘Black Jesus’

first_imgMontego Bay United FC winning captain Dwayne Ambusley said he strongly believed that the team’s ‘Black Jesus’ would be the saviour in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) final a week ago.The man Ambusley referred to as ‘Jesus’, Dino Williams, came off the bench in the 69th minute, and with the game tied at 1-1, scored the winning goal at the 80th minute against Portmore United at the Montego Bay Complex in Catherine Hall.”I refer to him (Williams) as Jesus because he has been our saviour. He always saves us,” Ambusley told The Gleaner at the Professional Football Association of Jamaica (PFAJ)/RSPL presentation ceremony at the Courtleigh Auditorium last Thursday evening.Williams was in doubt for the final due to a leg injury. And, with the competition’s top marksman, Owayne Gordon, leaving on loan to the United States days leading up to the final, a saviour was needed.”He was touch and go for the final,” Ambusley disclosed. “I was the one who requested the change as I wanted him into the game from early,” the captain stated.After the game, Ambusley naturally was happy.IMMENSE JOY”The joy is like none other, better than the first time we won two years ago,” Ambusley pointed out. “We had not beaten Portmore in three previous games, so this one is sweeter.”Ambusley also said that the team was not distracted by the off-the-field issues raised by his chairman, Orville Powell, concerning the playing of the game.”The team was always focused on the game. We were not concerned about other things,” reasoned the 35-year-old midfielder, who joined Montego Bay United, then Seba United, some six years ago from Montpelier FC.”I’ve always dreamt of playing in the Premier League locally, so I went to Seba. And now, we have won two national titles to add to the other two won at Seba,” he said.Ambusley was a member of the Rusea’s High School team that won the Ben Francis knockout trophy in 1996.- M. S.last_img read more