The home at 106 Dover Rd, Redcliffe.THIS renovated property has a unique style that will appeal to those chasing an alternative to the modern cookie-cutter home. Ann Pankov bought 106 Dover Rd, Redcliffe three years ago and set about extending the two-bedroom cottage into a four-bedroom, two-bathroom family home. “It was a renovator’s delight when I bought it,” she said. “It had 70s wallpaper and brown carpet but it was a good size and on a decent block.” The living area at 106 Dover Rd, Redcliffe.Outside there is a covered patio and deck area for entertaining. The home is on a 668sq m block with low-maintenance lawns and gardens. “This isn’t your standard display home — it’s got personality,” Ms Pankov said. “It would suit a family — it has four bedrooms, two living areas, and a big back yard. “It’s walking distance to a lot of (amenities) and it’s on a really friendly street.” The property is being marketed by Brendan Philp of Abode Properties for offers over $499,000. The kitchen at 106 Dover Rd, Redcliffe.Ms Pankov said she pretty much overhauled the entire home. “The original bathroom has been redone, an ensuite added and there is an extension with master bedroom, walk-in robe, a second living room and extra bedroom.” The split-level home has an open-plan dining and kitchen area, family room, living area, laundry and spacious family bathroom. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019 The main bathroom at 106 Dover Rd, Redcliffe.The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, black and yellow splashbacks and dark cabinetry, and the main bathroom has a designer bathtub and pendant lighting. “My favourite room is the main bathroom because of the big freestanding bath,” Ms Pankov said. “That was the splurge during the renovation — it’s a great bath.” The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite and the remaining bedrooms have built-in robes.
Hearing before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the extradition of Footbal Club Dinamo former executive Zdravko Mamic to Croatia will be held tomorrow in Sarajevo.At the hearing, it will be decided whether there are any conditions for Mamic to be handed over to the Osijek County Court, according to the new USKOK indictment.The Croatian Justice Ministry sent Bosnia and Herzegovina a request for the extradition of former Dinamo football club executive Zdravko Mamic after the Osijek County Court forwards the necessary documentation to the justice ministry.The Osijek County Court on Friday upheld a new indictment which the Office for Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime (USKOK) filed against Mamic and six more people on the suspicion that they had defrauded Dinamo of 200 million kuna from 2004 to December 2015 when Mamic held a few executive posts in that Zagreb-based football club.The day before the pronouncement of the verdict, Mamic fled to BiH. BiH State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) police detained Mamic Thursday on the basis of an Interpol warrant.During the hearing here on Friday, Mamic said that he is “a proud citizen of BiH and does not want to be extradited to Croatia.”Mamic‘s lawyer Zdravko Rajic told reporters that BiH court had decided to suspend extradition proceedings because Mamic has BiH citizenship.According to law scholars, the final verdict in this case could be stretched out until the end of 2019. If he is still found guilty, Mamic could serve the jail sentence in BiH, as a result of an agreement between the two countries.