6 Carisbrook Court, Annandale.The high-end property is for sale with price by negotiation following the owners moving to Brisbane.Owner Elaine Smith said it had been an ideal family home for herself, husband and two sons.“I don’t think the photos actually do it justice,” she said. “It’s a home you really have to go and see.“It’s not a normal house – it’s an entertaining home and every morning when I wake up and I see that kitchen it makes me feel happy.“I’m not into the normal, basic four walls. I find them quite depressing and if I could pick this house up and take it with us to Brisbane I would.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“The people who built the home actually built it based on the grand homes in California, so there is a lot of detail in the house.” 6 Carisbrook Court, Annandale.“You can imagine the Queen sleeping in the master suite – it’s that glamorous.“The people who have been interested in such a house are mature people who really love something different.” 6 Carisbrook Court, Annandale.The home has multiple living zones while the master suite, with its huge walk-in wardrobe, just exudes luxury.The outdoor terrace overlooks the resort pool and heated spa while the home enjoys views of the river.The oversized garage also has a mezzanine floor which is perfect for storage.Elite Properties Townsville principal and selling agent Glenda Worrall said the home offered something different and was big enough for a large family with 400sq m of under-roof space.“The red kitchen is out there but it works really well with the house,” Ms Worrall said.“It’s not a cookie-cutter house and it has a fantastic walk-in-robe that looks like the one Carrie has in Sex and the City. 6 Carisbrook Court, Annandale.WITH its Moroccan-inspired architecture, red kitchen, dazzling chandeliers and striking facade, 6 Carisbroke Court, Annandale, is not for those who like to blend in.The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home next to the Ross River breaks the mould of a typical Townsville house and instead delivers a luxurious abode.
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party reacts as demonstrators protesting about Syria disrupt his speech on human rights in central London, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls London best pest control LONDON (Reuters) – Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said if his party won power he would renegotiate a Brexit deal with the European Union and could hold another referendum, as he comes under pressure to support giving the public another chance to stay in the bloc. Corbyn, when asked if he would hold a referendum on any deal on any deal he negotiated, told Sky News: “We’d consider putting that to the public.” Asked to clarify if he was considering calling for another referendum, Corbyn said: “That’s the point we’re discussing now in the party.”This comes after nine Labour MPs quit the party this week over its approach to Brexit and anti-Semitism.Earlier John McDonnell, the second most powerful man in the Labour Party, gave his strongest indication yet that Labour is close to backing a second public vote and said he would campaign for remain if one is held.McDonnell said Labour is “moving towards” a second referendum on Brexit. He said an amendment calling for a public vote which is being tabled for debate next week by MPs “could be a solution”.Russia warns U.S.: keep missiles out of EuropeThe party’s would-be Chancellor said that any referendum would have remaining in the European Union as the alternative to the deal.“If we were going on a People’s Vote based on a deal that has gone through parliament in some form, if that got voted down then you’d have status quo, and that would be remain,” he told the Evening Standard.“I’d campaign for remain and I’d vote for remain.”May has ruled out staging a second vote, saying parliament should respect the 2016 referendum when 52 percent of Britons who cast a vote chose to leave the EU. But supporters of a second referendum say it is the only way to break the deadlock in parliament by asking for the people to decide.