One of the home’s many living spaces. The home at 16-22 Sanctuary Drive, Cornubia.The couple planned for the home to have a flow from indoors to outdoors, along with a large alfresco dining space.This is where they spend a lot of time, both with their four children, and hosting guests.“It’s an entertainer’s dream home,” Mr Dunn said.“It can hold up to 100 people and we’ve got a pretty awesome home entertainment system here.“It’s perfect for parties and you can get the tunes pumping.” More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The kitchen is large and modern.The alfresco dining area looks over the pool and spa, and also has a pizza oven.“We like homemade pizza so we regularly fire it up,” Mr Dunn said.“It’s good for cooking up dinner for ourselves and also for intimate gatherings.” The home at 16-22 Sanctuary Drive, Cornubia has a pool and spa.AFTER living in Cornubia for nearly a decade, Terri and Nathan Dunn knew it would be the place to build a family paradise.Mr Dunn, a builder, said they set out to construct a home that would suit their family.“We just wanted a family home that would suit our kids and our lifestyle,” Mr Dunn said.“We think we achieved that.” The dining room is separated from the lounge by a divider.The home has numerous living spaces, including a billiards room and Mr Dunn believed the separation in areas meant it would be great for a family.“We’ve got four children and they have their own children’s retreat, with their own living area,” he said.“There is flexibility with a sixth bedroom having a bathroom off it, so you could quite easily have guests or family stay over.” Relax in the media room.After spending 18 months in the home, the Dunns are moving on to their next adventure.“It’s practically brand new and all the landscaping is done for whoever buys it,” Mr Dunn said.The home is a 2.7km drive to Riverlakes Shopping Village and Riverlakes Golf Course.
Fredrick Lawson will undergo surgery this morning after he suffered a broken jaw in the IBF welterweight title eliminator against Kevin Bizier.Lawson, who lost for the first time in his career, could not travel the full length as his trainer stopped the fight in round 10 on the suspicion of a broken jaw.His manager Jacob Zwennes told Joy Sports the injury is not life threatening as initially feared but Lawson(24-1, 20 KOs) will require surgery to rectify the jaw.“He is well. He was admitted to the hospital last night,” he told Joy Sports“He was confirmed with the broken jaw, he is scheduled to have surgery on that.”“It is not life threatening, he is okay, it was a broken jaw and we are dealing with that.” “Usually one of those things in boxing is this freak injury and rather unfortunate for him he sustained this injury.”“We will be back stronger and bigger and we know what Fredrick is made off.”“He just has to take some time out and recover and be back to the drawing board.” A victory for Lawson would have made him a mandatory challenger to face IBF champion Kell Brook.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports