Tranquil living in a modern Algester home

first_img4 Kibara Place, AlgesterMr Reeves is a tiler by trade so used top-of-the-line porcelain products.“Because I laid them myself, that’s why I spent the extra money on the tiles,” Mr Reeves said. 4 Kibara Place, AlgesterTHIS modern home nestled in a quiet Algester cul-de-sac was the scene of a major renovation project just six months ago.Now the property at 4 Kibara Place looks brand new. 4 Kibara Place, AlgesterA dining area next to the kitchen could also double as a living room.He also refurbished the laundry and main bathroom and added an ensuite in the master bedroom, which all have floor-to-ceiling tiles. 4 Kibara Place, AlgesterHe said his favourite part of the home was the loungeroom.“It’s a massive living area,” he said.The home also has a swimming pool, covered alfresco dining area, security gate and ducted airconditioning. 4 Kibara Place, AlgesterRaymond Reeves bought it a year ago simply to give it a much-needed facelift.“I saw potential in it and I thought, ‘I’ll renovate it and I’ll go from there’,” Mr Reeves said.Mr Reeves said the design was what first attracted him to the property.“It’s a great house,” he said. 4 Kibara Place, AlgesterHe gutted the then three-bedroom, one-bathroom home and transformed it into the perfect family abode.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“Everything inside is brand new,” Mr Reeves said.It now has four bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, as well as a study.The stylish kitchen features a Caesarstone benchtop and double ovens. 4 Kibara Place, Algester“You can actually use your phone to operate the airconditioner,” Mr Reeves said.He said the cul-de-sac with just six houses was quiet and close to local shops, schools and public transport.last_img read more

GT Beer ‘Keep Your Five Alive’ Futsal starts today

first_imgThe sixth edition of the GT Beer ‘Keep Your Five Alive’ Indoor Competition is anticipated to provide riveting action from today (Saturday), when the tournament kicks off at the National Gymnasium.Eager and determined teams are expected from Georgetown, Linden, Berbice, and from both west and east coasts and banks of the Demerara county.Organiser Kevin Adonis, in an invited comment, said this year’s edition is expected to surpass last year’s in terms of excitement and fan support. He is urging teams to bring out their supporters to ensure that their hopes of ‘keeping their five alive’ are increased by the turnout of fans.“The concept is one that I like. It allows a team only one opportunity to play for the prizes; and because of this, all the teams come well prepared to play at a high level, and so the fans are the real winners,” Adonis explained.He added that thirty-two of the best teams in the country have been assembled, including defending champions West Front Road’s ‘Gold is Money’ and beaten finalist Future Stars.Among the other teams making the shortlist are: Sparta Boss, Bent Street, Leopold Street, and most of the zone champions of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ competition.In opening night action: Rhythm Stars (Mocha) tackle recently-crowned Berbice Guinness champions Trafalgar, and this encounter will be followed by the clash between Agricola and Broad Street.Kingston then square off against Swag Entertainment out of Linden, before another mining community team, NK Ballers, take on Sophia.In the final game of the night, Leopold Street play host to East Coast Melanie Damishana.The fixtures for the next two playing days are seen below.On Thursday, July 12, Buxton Diamond engage West Demerara Showstoppers, while the young Uprising team from East Coast Demerara go up against Linden’s Silver Bullets.ESPN then collide with East Coast BV, before Ann’s Grove and North East La Penitence take to the court.The rejuvenated Tiger Bay unit then faces California Square, before Sparta Boss and Tucville bring the curtains down on the evening’s proceedings.On Saturday, July 14, Albouystown and Upsetters get things going, before Future Stars and Alpha Warriors square off.Back Circle then tackle Kitty Hustlers, before Linden’s Dave & Celena All Stars go up against Bent Street.The reigning champs, West Front Road, then close the night with a clash against Alexander Village.Insert: GT Beerlast_img read more