1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach WatersAfter 11 years of bathroom design Mr Crosland said the key was to keep everything simple.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“I have been designing duplex-style homes that are unique and all different from each other,” he said. “I tried to keep things simple with this home and I didn’t want to cramp everything in a small space. 1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach Waters“The matt black is great because it accentuates everything else,” Mr Crosland said.“I am always excited to get my hands onto designing a bathroom. “High gloss is definitely a trend that has faded out and I love working with new styles.” Mr Crosland said he Broadbeach Waters home was his second boutique project.“I have lived in it with my girlfriend Katie for about a year now,” he said.The bathroom renovator said he builds boutique developments that he wants to live in, across the Gold Coast. 1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach WatersTHE boss of Highgrove Bathrooms, Nick Crosland, wanted to give his Broadbeach Waters home wow-factor finishes in every room.Light, bright and topped with timber throughout, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is one of two Mr Crosland designed and developed. 1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach Waters“Instead of pushing the staircase into a corner for more space I decided to make it the central feature so you could walk around it and look at the paintings on the foyer wall, kind of like a gallery.”The bathroom combines timber vanities with dark stone floors, white marble-style walls and matt black tapware. 1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach WatersSpotted gum doors towering 2.7m create a grand entry which flows into a foyer with a soaring ceiling void and floating staircase over a black, subway-tiled botanical garden. The home has a stylish open-plan living room and kitchen, with a wine fridges in the island bench and a breakfast window bar that overlooks the pool and canal. gcb realestate 1/30 Bombala Street Broadbeach Waters 9 January 2017“It is funny because I am building another duplex design at Palm Beach and I’m excited to live there for a while too before I put it on the market,” Mr Crosland said. “My favourite place in this home is the patio. Katie and I always enjoy kicking our feet up and having a drink there.”
Statewide—The latest in a long line of five-year plans to help determine the future public outdoor recreation needs of all Indiana residents and plan for that future is available from the Department of Natural Resources.Just as similar organizations in other states, the Indiana DNR is required to create a comprehensive state-level outdoor recreation plan every five years. This planning process keeps Indiana eligible to obtain funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) that DNR then re-grants to park boards in counties, townships, cities, and towns.The new 140-page Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP), which covers 2016-2020 and includes the 2021-2025 Indiana Trails Plan, can be downloaded here. The site also includes information on how the study is done.For more information, contact DNR Outdoor Recreation’s Greg Beilfuss at 317-232-4071 or gbeilfuss@dnr.IN.gov.
With just three days to go until France heads for its final round of General Election voting (Sunday 7 May), Betfair Politics has priced far-right candidate Marie Le Pen at 9/1 (11% chance of winning).Updating its ‘France 2017 market’, Betfair Politics has detailed that yesterday’s live TV debate between Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron favoured the centrist ‘En Marche’ candidate Macron who is currently priced at 1.12 (89% chance of winning).Heading into Sunday’s final ballot, Betfair has traded + £25 million on its market, with Le Pen receiving substantial backing in a ‘two-horse race’. The bookmaker details that a Le Pen victory will be seen as another Trump-like upset, with bookmakers paying out hefty sums to political punters.Commenting on the market, Betfair Spokesperson, Katie Baylis said: “Most political commentators agreed that Macron came out the winner of what proved to be an extremely acrimonious debate and the betting certainly reflected that.“However, overnight backing came for Le Pen who continues to attract far more bets than Macron, in fact 73% of all bets this week have been on her. But unsurprisingly the big money is being staked on Macron, with 90% of money placed on the favourite so far today, including a £50k bet placed this morning.”French Presidential Election 2017Next President – £25m MatchedEmmanuel Macron 1.12 (1/8 or an 89% chance)Marine Le Pen 9 (8/1 or an 11% chance)Le Pen 2nd Round Vote Percentage30% or lower 42 (41/1)30.01 – 35% 8.8 (8/1)35.01 – 40% 2.44 (6/4)40.01 – 45% 3.2 (11/5)45.01 – 50% 8 (7/1)50.01% or higher 10 (9/1)2nd Round Vote Turnout70% or lower 7 (6/1)70.01 – 73% 5 (4/1)73.01 – 76% 3.8 (14/5)76.01 – 79% 3.75 (11/4)79.01 – 82% 6.8 (6/1)82.01 – 85% 25 (24/1)85.01 – 88% 110 (109/1)88.01% or higher 250 (249/1) StumbleUpon Betfair – Record breaking summer of betting on women’s sports August 3, 2017 Bookmakers shorten Tory odds as Labour comeback fades June 7, 2017 Related Articles Share Share Submit New poll details the changing US sentiment on legalised sports betting September 27, 2017