44a Palmtree Ave, ScarboroughThe home has five bedrooms and a theatre room that could be converted to a home office or sixth bedroom. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an open ensuite with corner spa, while all the bedrooms have airconditioning. The open-plan living, dining and kitchen area opens to the covered patio and looks out towards the tropical garden, Bali hut and pool with water feature. “We loved the outside entertaining area and Bali hut as soon as we saw it,” Mrs O’Dwyer said. “It’s a very private space and you get great breezes. And the pool is just fantastic.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019 44a Palmtree Ave, ScarboroughSince owning the home, the O’Dwyers have updated the kitchen, done some landscaping and modernised the property. “This is an entertainer’s house and it can cater for quite a large family,” Mrs O’Dwyer said. “It’s in a very family friendly neighbourhood and only a few minutes’ walk from the water. “I’ll miss being close to the sea the most.” DETAILS Price guide: $780,000Inspect: March 4, 10-10.45amAgent: Trent Cattanach, Forty20 Property, 0457 578 631 44a Palmtree Ave, ScarboroughTHIS is a home for those who love to entertain outdoors. Inspired by the Clontarf location, 44a Palmtree Ave has bright interiors and beachy, tropical outdoor spaces.Rose and Dermot O’Dwyer bought the property four years ago as their family home. Being a social couple with two teenagers, they were drawn to the spacious rooms, in-ground swimming pool and outdoor entertaining areas. 44a Palmtree Ave, Scarborough“We’ve had a lot of big get-togethers here and the home can handle it no problem.”Mrs O’Dwyer said the layout of the house allowed the family to have their own space or come together in the open plan area or outside.
An East Berbice labourer was on Thursday morning discovered hanging hours before he was expected to make his appearance at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court in response to a summons to pay child support for his two children.Dead: Baburam Hardeo, called “Gopaul”Dead is 52-year-old Baburam Hardeo, called ‘Gopaul,’ of Lonsdale Village, East Bank Berbice. His body was discovered hanging from a mango tree with a shirt tied around his neck at his mother’s Lot 23 Brothers Village East Bank Berbice home. The discovery was made by his brother-in-law Omal Dasrat.According to Dasrat, Hardeo visited his mother on Wednesday, and they spoke briefly before he left to attend a wake in the village.Dasrat explained that upon his return, the now dead man was sitting in a hammock. Dasrat said he retired to bed, leaving Hardeo in the hammock, but when he woke up the following morning, he saw Hardeo’s lifeless body hanging from a mango tree.An alarm was raised, and the body was subsequently taken down by the Police.Hardeo and his reputed wife of seven years had reportedly separated about three weeks ago. Nelani, the man’s 33-year-old daughter, said she spoke with her father on Tuesday via telephone. She said he told her that he had received a summons to attend the Amsterdam Magistrate Court in relation to financial support for his two children.Hardeo had worked as a labourer at a sawmill near to his home. He had also performed odd jobs around the village in order to make a living.Guyana Times was however told that the now dead man had been a heavy drinker of alcohol and had suffered from diabetes.