The courtyard links the living and personal wings. Picture: Realestate.com.auThis week it’s hit the market with Kollosche Prestige Agents at $9.95 million.“This property was initially on the market with another agent and then removed from the market,” Kollosche Prestige Agents principal Michael Kollosche said.“They’ve now priced it for sale at $9.95 million.” Relax on your private terrace. Picture: Realestate.com.auMr Burnett and wife Toni Ferguson bought the five-bedroom house at 22-24 Admiralty Drive in 2011 for $6.72 million after moving back to Paradise Waters from Sanctuary Cove.Admiralty Drive has some of the largest residences on the Gold Coast and is home to a swag of rich listers and corporate high-flyers. No expense has been spared in the fitout of the home. Picture: Realestate.com.au More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours agoThe 12m pool. Picture: Realestate.com.auMr Kollosche said he was confident he could sell the 1351sq m riverfront property.“There is a lack of quality properties available at the moment,” he said.“This one in particular has a timeless design, it located in the six knot zone which is highly sought-after and has outstanding Surfers Paradise skyline views.“The new price of $9.95 million represents really good value.” Enjoy a waterfront lifestyle. Picture: Realestate.com.au Tony Burnett has slashed the listing price of his waterfront home by $1 million. Picture: Realestate.com.auA Surfers Paradise mega-mansion has had its listing price slashed by $1 million.Pub baron Tony Burnett, whose hotels include the Jubilee in Brisbane, Del Plaza in Southport and Waxy’s Irish Pub in Surfers Paradise, listed his Glitter Strip residence in June for $10.95 million. Unwind in your library. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe home was “originally built for (Sachiko) Matsushita — the family behind the Panasonic Electronics empire”, according to the listing.The five-bedroom house is on a 1351sq m block and features a 12m indoor swimming pool, marble-tiled ensuites, cinema, library games room, boathouse and 24m pontoon among its luxury features.The large master suite has direct access to the 12m indoor pool as well as river and city views. The home also has three other bedrooms in a separate wing, plus a bedroom designed for wheelchair access, which was being used as an executive study by the couple.
During the suspension Nigeria could not participate in any tournament organised by the WAFF.THISDAY learnt yesterday that the new management team of the NAFF after its inauguration sourced and paid the accumulated affiliation fees which resulted in the lifting of the suspension.It was learnt that an official letter communicating the decision of lifting of the ban on Nigeria was sent to the President of the NAFF yesterday.The letter signed by the Secretary General of WAFF, Theodore Mawuli K Viwotor, reads in part: “We bring you compliments from the Federation, hoping you are well“We wish to inform you that following the payment of your accumulated yearly membership dues your suspension has been lifted by a unanimous decision by the executive body“The Executive body took into consideration the processes going on in Nigeria and your commitment to the sport among others in arriving at the decision“Nigeria is now in good standing with WAFF and has the full rights of membership,” the letter concluded.When contacted, the President of the NAFF, Alhaji Sulaiman Isah, confirmed receipt of the letter and expressed gratitude to all those that ensured the accumulated dues were paid.Sulaiman Isah said with Nigeria’s reentry into the international body, the federation will now start preparing athletes for global tournament.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Laleye Dipo in MinnaThe World Amputee Football Federation (WAFF) has lifted the suspension clamped on Nigeria from participating in its activities.The suspension was placed on the Nigeria Amputee Football Federation over five years ago following the inability of the local organisation to pay affiliation fees to the world body.