One of the many water features that can be found throughout the gardens.The sprawling house has high ceilings and expansive spaces that open to the award-winning gardens with ponds, pool, pavilion and water features. Colours, mosaic tiles and glass mirrors from the home are echoed in the gardens.Being a landscape contractor, Mr Sunderland had clear ideas on creating an indoor-outdoor home. “It is pretty well the most special (project) we’ve ever done. I was able to showcase the passion I have for landscaping,” he said. “Water is my primary love in landscape construction and every room has a view of the gardens and water features.”The home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area and a games room with bar that open to the outdoor entertaining space and in-ground pool. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago The ensuite has its own private garden and water feature.“We’ve had about 30 people in the pool at times and a section is about 30cm deep for the little kids,” Mr Sunderland said. “All eight of our grandkids learnt to swim in that pool.” There are formal living and dining rooms and a powder room at the front of the home, along with a triple-car garage. The master bedroom has patio access, walk-in robe and a luxurious ensuite with glass walls looking out to a private garden and wraparound pond. “Our ensuite is beautiful. Showering in there and looking out to the gardens is one of the most calming end of the day routines,” Mr Sunderland said. The home and award-winning gardens at 40 Bernborough Place, Bridgeman Downs.TREVOR and Bev Sunderland are making a sea change and have put their stunning Bridgeman Downs home on the market. The couple brought together a dream team, including architect Ian Webb, builder Stuart Cameron, landscape architect Matthew Franzmann, and interior designer Suzie Beirne, to build ‘Mandala’ on a 10,000sq m block in 2004.The Sunderlands said the home was their passion. “We were involved every single day and my son, who is a carpenter by trade, helped build the home,” Mr Sunderland said. The grand entrance and formal living area.The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes, the family bathroom has a separate bath and shower, and the laundry opens to a drying area with pond. The property also includes six ponds, a three-bay shed, water tanks, and split-system airconditioning.The Sunderlands are selling to move to the coast but they will miss their Bridgeman Downs sanctuary.“It’s a very special home,” Mr Sunderland said. “We’ve had Christmases and christenings, Easter egg hunts and birthdays here. It’s always been the place for the kids and grandkids to come to.”
Wow wow WOW what a trade and big move by Jeanie and Rob to clear $32M in cap space! This move puts the Lakers in play for all of the free agents. I can’t wait until Sunday!! It’s going to be exciting!— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) June 27, 2019Laker Nation, Anthony Davis just showed all of us Lakers fans he wants to win a championship by waiving his $4M trade kicker!— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) June 27, 2019Kuzma’s reaction was a bit more straight forward:pic.twitter.com/NGOZMcMRmt— kuz (@kylekuzma) June 27, 2019It was also reported on Thursday that LeBron James is switching jersey numbers so Davis can wear No. 23 with LA next season.This NBA offseason has already been eventful, but it looks like things are only going to get crazier from here. The Lakers continued their busy offseason Thursday, making more moves to better position themselves for the start of free agency on Sunday night.ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Los Angeles traded Mo Wagner, Isaac Bonga and Jemerrio Jones to the Wizards as part of the blockbuster Anthony Davis deal, which is now a three-team affair. Wojnarowski also reported that Davis has waived his $4 million trade kicker. Those two moves now give LA $32 million in cap space, enough to sign a star player to a max contract this offseason. MORE: What are LA’s next roster moves following Anthony Davis trade?As with all things that happen in the NBA, you didn’t have to look too hard on Twitter to find people reacting to the news. We even got reactions from former Lakers president Magic Johnson and current Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma.Johnson took to Twitter to congratulate not only Lakers owner Jeanie Buss and general manager Rob Pelinka, but also Anthony Davis for… waiving his trade kicker?
Artemi Panarin free agency news: Rangers land star winger Sergei Bobrovsky free agency news: Panthers get goaltender on 7-year deal Lee took to Twitter to share his reaction and update his profile picture with a photo of him in a jersey, smiling.https://t.co/XLn3Sh4eWf— Anders Lee (@leeberr09) July 1, 2019The Islanders already lost out on big names like Artemi Panarin and Sergei Bobrovsky, but the team stuck with their captain. Related News Lee has spent his entire career in New York after he was selected as the 151st overall pick in the 2009 NHL Draft. He has been a steady offense presence the past few seasons. Anders Lee is not leaving.According to a report from the Associated Press, the Islanders left winger will stay in New York after signing a seven-year, $49 million deal. He set a career high with 40 goals in 2017-18 and followed it up with 28 goals and 23 assists in 82 games last season.Lee has 152 goals and 106 assists in 425 games.
The Americans defeated New Zealand, Lithuania and Senegal by an average of 29 points. Their greatest concern in trying to regain the gold medal won in 2009, 2013 and 2015 is whether they can shoot well enough to win the biggest games. Their 3-point percentage of .204 ranks 15th out of 16 teams. Iowa State’s Tyrese Haliburton has been the team’s one consistent player from long range; he is 6 of 11 through three games, although he was scoreless against Senegal. 10 of the 12 players on the roster have not made even two 3-pointers.That could be problematic against a team such as France or Serbia, which were stuck together in Group D. Although Serbia finished pool play undefeated, same as the USA, they could meet in Saturday’s semifinal round. A balanced scoring effort led a dominant second half that dropped Senegal from a six-point deficit just minutes after halftime into an 87-58 defeat Tuesday in Crete, Greece. The U.S. got 14 points each from Jalen Suggs, a point guard from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis and Jalen Green, a wing from Prolific Prep in California, as well as 11 points and 9 rebounds from Purdue center Trevion Williams and 10 points from Oklahoma State guard Isaac Likekele. Mississippi State power forward Reggie Perry delivered 9 points and 8 rebounds for the U.S.MORE: Zion Williamson, Ja Morant listed as Rookie of the Year favoritesThe U.S. outscored Senegal by 27 points in the second half.The Americans did a poor job on the boards, allowing Senegal to bring down 31 offensive rebounds, 50 percent of the available total. They made up for that by forcing 27 turnovers. Three games. Three wins. Three blowouts. But that doesn’t make pool play of the 2019 FIBA U19 World Cup any different than most of these tournaments for the United States junior national team.What always has been decisive for USA Basketball has been the medal rounds, which start Wednesday, with the U.S. seeded as the No. 1 team in Group A against Group B fourth-place team Latvia. The Americans stand four wins from regaining the U19 world championship that has belonged to Canada since RJ Barrett beat them almost singlehandedly in 2017.