The open plan kitchen is in mint condition. The waterfront home has a guide of more than $1.1 million. Gold Coast romance author Diane Demetre. Picture: Glenn Hampson“I did all the design and then they made it all happen.”Ms Demetre said many years of experience in the entertainment industry assisted her during the planning and execution phases, which lasted about two months. “I’m a visual person so I can see what I want and I have had a great team,” she said. “The plan was to put it on the market so the buyer would have a beautiful new home and wouldn’t have to touch a thing.” There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home has plenty of space to entertain outdoors.All three bedrooms come with their own private balcony access. An elegant style features throughout the property including modern finishes in the bathrooms. “It’s a prime spot as the Gold Coast grows because you’re in the thick of it but we’re on the last canal off the river so there’s no traffic,” Ms Demetre said. “You’re at the seaway within 30 minutes.”Also on the property is a three-car garage, which has plenty of room to store watercraft or a camper trailer. DETAILS Address: 730 Nerang-Broadbeach Service Rd, Carrara Bed: 3 Bath: 2 Car: 3 Agent: Tim and Lisa Grevell, Ray White Surfers Benowa Features: Outdoor entertaining deck, spa pool, secure three-car garage, canal frontage Area: 1162sq m Price: Offers over $1.1 million Inspections: By appointment The Carrara home of romance author Diane Demetre is on the market.ROMANCE author Diane Demetre decided to apply her creative writing focus to design and the end result is a smartly renovated waterfront home. The passionate storyteller and her husband John invested more than $200,000 into recently updating the large canal property at 730 Nerang-Broadbeach Service Rd, Carrara, they bought about a decade ago. The home now has a price guide of more than $1.1 million.“We had a team of really good professional tradespeople,” Ms Demetre said. The living area opens onto the timber deck.This means the entire property is in mint condition, from the rear timber deck to the impressive open-plan kitchen.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We’ve brought this property into the 21st century so now it’s just a matter of finding the right buyer,” Ms Demetre said.“It’s a huge block with amazing water frontage so it’s perfect for a professional couple with teenage kids to put a boat out the back and just enjoy the real Gold Coast lifestyle.” The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on an extremely private 1161sq m parcel of land which is less than a 10-minute drive to Pacific Fair Shopping Centre and Broadbeach. The property features indoor and outdoor living spaces while high ceilings add depth to the home.
Share Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Ronni Hartvig – Betsson ABUpdating the market, Stockholm-listed online gambling group Betsson AB has confirmed the appointment of Ronni Hartvig as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).Hartvig is promoted to the group-wide executive role, having most recently served as Managing Director of Betsson’s NordicBet property (2015-2017).A seasoned industry executive, Hartvig holds a deep understanding of industry operations; focusing on building sustainable player acquisition to retention programmes for multi-brand betting operators.As new CCO, Hartvig will be supported by Betsson’s senior management appointments of Gary Myers, former Head of API at Ladbrokes, as new Head of Affiliates and former Catena Media search lead Eitan Gorodetsky as new Head of SEO.Confirming Hartvig as group commercial lead, Betsson further details that it has undertaken a structural change to its day-to-day operations, focusing on ‘sharpening its localisation strategy’.Previously split by subsidiary brand, Betsson group will now shift to a ‘local approach’ operated by new country-specific teams.“We are moving into having country teams which provides increased agility. Within those teams, our commercial and marketing colleagues work closely together from a country perspective. The people in those teams are mainly native speakers of the particular country and can help align us with that we do on customer retention and what we do externally for acquisition and branding purposes” says Ronni Hartvig details to SBC.“You can say that we are giving the country teams more responsibility. The whole idea here is to sharpen the localised teams as they understand the market, the product and what the consumers want. Now they really feel ownership”.Moving forward Hartvig will be a key stakeholder in the execution of Betsson’s recently launched group optimisation and refinement programme, restructuring the firm’s commercial structure and output.“For me, team culture is very important and work climate is a matter for all, not just an HR-issue. I believe I know how to create a good environment within a team, getting the right people on board and working with the team mentality.“Empowering people is very important. To trust them and make them see how they contribute to the business.” StumbleUpon Share Related Articles TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Submit GiG lauds its ‘B2B makeover’ delivering Q2 growth August 11, 2020