Banora Point home has a backyard with a nature reserve and a view from the top

first_img7 Westwood St Banora PointWith a nature reserve over the back fence the property is described by McGrath Coolangatta and Tweed agents Chris and Kelly Holt as a tranquil retreat. The mother-of-two said the access to the nature reserve is a house down and is very popular for the family.“There is a concrete staircase that leads into the reserve and there is a creek in there which the kids love to play in.” The four-bedroom contemporary home is located in the Sanctuary Park estate and is poised on a 635sq m block and has an open floor plan that creates a seamless flow out onto the timber deck. 7 Westwood St Banora Point“The kids have the downstairs to themselves.“Jerard and I really didn’t look at too many homes when we wanted to buy because we were very certain of moving into this particular estate, it is close to schools and shops and the kids could make friends in the area.” Westwood St Banora Point“We love the views from the top deck,” Mrs Robinson said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe couple bought the home four years to raise their two children and said they were attracted to the open plan living but were sold on the family friendly neighbourhood. “This house was definitely one for the family, there are separate outdoor entertaining spaces so I can have a coffee in peace and the kids can have their own space to play.center_img 7 Westwood St Banora PointTHIS Banora Point home commands the street with a modern facade and a well-manicured garden but the backyard is all decked-out for entertaining. Three timber decks and an in-ground swimming pool create the perfect setting for a Sunday barbecue at 7 Westwood St, according to homeowners Kristin and Jerard Robinson. last_img read more

Hetmyer ready for CPL challenge

first_imgTHE 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) was a breakout season for Shimron Hetmyer, which he has used as a platform to further his international career and get picked up in other T20 tournaments such as the Indian Premier League (IPL).Having finished last season as the Guyana Amazon Warriors’ top scorer with 440 runs, including a maiden T20 hundred, Hetmyer says he will be trying hard to improve on those stellar returns when the 2019 CPL gets underway on September 4.“Well, I’ll be looking to outdo it but let’s see how it goes. At this point I’m really feeling good about my batting where that is concerned and my overall game as well, so I’m looking to take it one step at a time and just try as much as possible and as hard as possible to try and take Guyana one step further this year.”The CPL has played a big part in the development of many young players from the Caribbean, and Hetmyer says he has learned a huge amount from the tournament.“It’s taught me a lot actually. It’s brought me up to the world stage knowing different players from around the world and playing against some of the guys I’ve never played against before.CPL helps because you basically play with some of the guys who are more established and are in and around the international stage. It always helps in different ways. It gives the younger guys a little bit of a chance to rub shoulders with some of the more experienced guys on the team and some of the more experienced guys, who have played world cricket, and from other countries as well.”“So it all helps you as a young player to develop your game and to know your strengths and weaknesses, and work on them as early as possible so when you do get to that stage, it gets a little bit easier for you and you make less number of mistakes.”Hetmyer was one of three Guyanese players the Amazon Warriors retained before the draft took place, and he is very pleased with the rest of the squad that has been selected for the upcoming tournament.“I think it’s a great pick. I must commend the management staff on picking such a well-rounded team. I would say also a very young team we have this year as well, with the exception of Shoaib. For us now, it’s just about basically getting the right combination on the park on that specific day. We do have a very good team on paper, so it’s all about now just going out and putting on a very good show on the field.”The Amazon Warriors have made the CPL final four times, including in 2018 and Hetmyer says he really wants to bring that CPL trophy home to Guyana.“That’s the feeling I’m actually waiting to explain on that stage, I’m waiting for when we actually get to that hurdle and just stepping over it. Last year was heartbreaking for us to get, for us to be working that hard to get to that final and then we just lost it in that last game.“So, it’s just about going out this year to just do our best yet again in our group stages, in our group stage matches then just take it one step further this year in the final.”last_img read more