A stunning three-level Currumbin home changed the mind of downsizers Frank and Tina Bondolfi

first_img7 Currumbin Crest Drive, Currumbin.The four-bedroom home includes high ceilings and a wine cellar.The couple said they were selling to follow their original plan through. “We’re definitely downsizing this time,” he said. 7 Currumbin Crest Drive, Currumbin.Mr Bondolfi described the design as spacious with a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living. “There was plenty of room for the grandkids and the kitchen opens to a half-covered half-open patio,” he said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago7 Currumbin Crest Drive, Currumbin.“We inspected a few homes but when we entered this one on Currumbin Crest, we were blown away,” he said. Mr Bondolfi said after eight years he hadn’t grown tired of it. “I wake up at 5am for work and the first thing I do is make a cup of coffee and head straight to the patio,” he said. center_img 7 Currumbin Crest Drive, Currumbin.SOMETIMES things don’t go to plan when you buy a house.Frank and Tina Bondolfi are no strangers to this feeling. The couple had a grand plan to downsize when they sold their Palm Beach home but what they did instead a decade ago was even better. Mr and Mrs Bondolfi ended up swapping their family home for three levels of luxury in Currumbin. “We were supposed to be downsizing but we upsized,” Mr Bondolfi said.The grandfather-of-two said the spectacular views were responsible.last_img read more

Texana adding IMCA Modifieds to Saturday shows

first_imgEDNA, Texas (Feb. 26) – Interest generated by a Modified race held at Edna last fall led to the IMCA division being sanctioned there this season. IMCA Modifieds join Saturday programs at Texana Raceway Park beginning with opening night on March 30. Another 13 events are scheduled at the 5/16-mile clay oval through season championship night on Sept. 28. Located approximately 100 miles southwest of Houston, Texana Raceway Park will field a strong group of local Modified drivers while getting cars from the San Antonio, Corpus Christi and Houston areas. “This is another great addition to our South Central Region,” noted IMCA Vice President of Operations Jim Stannard, “and a great track for RaceSaver Sprint Car events as well.” Specials on the 2019 schedule are the Aug. 30-31 Jim Scribellito Memorial, held in honor of the former Shady Oaks Speedway promoter, and the Oct. 25-26 Aaron Hudgeons Memorial.  Texana, which was sanctioned in 2005 and 2006, will be part of IMCA’s Razor Chassis South Central Region for Modifieds and will also host a number of IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car events. “There was a lot of interest. We polled the drivers and it was unanimous that they wanted to go with IMCA,” said promoter Rachel Densman, who purchased the track two years ago with her husband Kenny, a former Modified driver. “IMCA is a well-known organization. We like the rules and we like that our drivers will be eligible for point funds.”last_img read more

7s Lorena Estrada emcees Charity Guilds Back to the Future event

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – 7’s own Lorena Estrada emceed the Charity Guild of Fort Lauderdale’s “Back to the Future” event, Saturday.The Charity Guild is one of the oldest charitable organizations in Fort Lauderdale that helps provide healthcare and social services for children in need.The event, which was held at the Lauderdale Yacht Club, raised thousands of dollars for two charities: the Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center and Kids in Distress.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img