Magnificent Cluster Home in Lonehill R2 400 000
Stunning cluster home in a quiet street, right at the end of a cul-de-sac in Lonehill!
This home is a gem in a lovely tranquil and secure estate!
Open plan living area that just flows between the living room, dining room and kitchen which homes 2 undercover appliances and sports granite counter tops. The home boasts 3 stunning bedrooms with plenty cupboard space, main bedroom has ensuite which is a full modern, spacious bathroom and the second bathroom has a lovely corner bath. Stylish blinds and curtains are fitted throughout the home.
A gorgeous, well maintained wrap around garden and sparkling swimming pool flows just off the undercover
sunlit patio. The home is pet friendly and the garden is just loved by the pets and the kids too! Double electric garages lead straight through to the home. Close to 3 main Lonehill schools and Lonehill shopping center as well as the well known Lonehill Park and Nature Reserve.
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Stunning period features with contemporary family living this home is set amongst manicured gardens on a 740sqm corner block, showcasing a choice of exquisite formal and casual living areas.
10 Gray Street, Henley, NSW
⏯ Continued from two posts ago.
"Following in his father's footsteps, James Dunsmuir entered provincial politics in 1898, a year before his father died. In 1900, he became the Premier of British Columbia, and it was during his time in office that Joan Dunsmuir decided to escalate their decade-old family feud over his husband's business empire. That fortune, one of the largest in Canada, was valued at $409 million of today's money.
Joan's actions spread throughout North America. Even in a different country, all the way to the east, The New York Times (@nytimes) captured the story and wrote a succinct headline, 'Premier Sued by His Mother.'
Alexander Dunsmuir, son of the plaintiff and brother of the defendant, had died on January 31, 1900. Alexander's will granted all his business holdings to James, but Joan, encouraged by her daughters, contested that will, claiming a prior agreement with his younger son to convey his share of the empire back to her if he predeceased her. But unlike the previous ten years, the dispute was no longer concealed behind closed doors to protect the family's impeccable reputation. With their resplendent lifestyles of private yachts, croquet tourneys, Steinway grand parlor-piano soirées, inaugural balls, and strawberry socials, the Dunsmuirs set a standard few others could match. It was also the reason most leading newspapers across the country gleefully followed the lawsuit, as well as the family's intimate secrets it spilled.
To create an even wider stir, someone else was suing the Premier. And to the delight of the press, it was a well-known Broadway actress named Edna Wallace Hopper." - Comrade (the human)
"Maybe we could find one of those inaugural balls and play fetch! 👀 Are they like tennis balls? 🤔🎾" - Sinatra
⏯ To be continued...
📢: In collaboration with @tourismvictoriabc
Slow sundays 💕 this time last year we were spending the bank holiday weekend in the Cotswolds for the hubby’s birthday, the weather was glorious and we spent the day strolling around Snowshill Manor National Trust which was absolutely beautiful and then lunched in the local village followed by ice cream 🍦it was so hot, blue skies and sunshine. Then I came across the most picturesque house which I just had to capture, sneaking my arms through the grand gates (im sure the owners are used to tourists doing this) I just love the symmetry, the brickwork, stunning entrance and such a beautifully manicured garden 💕 how different things are today, it’s been raining all day here in the New Forest, dark and miserable, so the hubby and I have snuggled up watching films. Touch wood tomorrrow is meant to be brighter, I am so not ready for summer to be over, dreaming on that Indian summer. Happy Sunday lovelies 💕
Recalling the visit to the incredible Chateau d’ Amboise which sits majestically on a hill overlooking the Loire River in Amboise. It was a hot day in Spring towards the end of this tour. Seeing the splendor of this Chateau is one thing, but also take in the magnificent gardens, it’s well worth it, even with bottles of water in hand to stay hydrated. More to follow... see the link in the bio to join us.
This is the closest I have come to celebrating Independence Day since I started working. Otherwise from past 6 years it has always meant another holiday to chill and party.
Flower show in Lalbagh is a great initiative that is conducted every year on Republic Day and Independence Day. This years theme was defences of India 🇮🇳. ARMY, NAVY and AIRFORCE. Glad I visited , and got a chance to reflect the greatness that is INDIA.
We can never really grasp the fight and struggle that our freedom fighters and citizens of India faced. But we can try to make a little bit of difference . May be just around us, to make India a better place.
It can be as small as garbage segregation or teaching in government primary school or following the traffic rules or respecting others. Let’s all try to make India a better place!