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first_img58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.After more than eight years at their Springfield Lakes home Ajay and Shweta Jain are looking for a bigger property.The couple who have two children, aged 11 and 9, have loved living at 58 Carnarvon Ave. Mr Jain said he hoped to find a bigger home close to where they already live but with a swimming pool for their children.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a 448sq m block has been repainted inside, new kitchen appliances and new grass in the backyard. 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The Jains had been looking for the perfect property for a long time and said they liked this home in particular because the bedrooms were towards the back of the home providing plenty of privacy.Mr Jain said the home would best suit a young family.“We chose to live here because it’s a nicely developed area, and because of the schools,” he said.“There’s walkways, parks and tennis courts all around here.” 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.Electricity bills could be kept low with gas hot water and gas cooking.Mrs Jain said her two children loved the backyard and spent plenty of time outside.“It’s a private area,” she said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mrs Jain’s favourite part of her home is the kitchen where she does a lot of baking for her home-based cake business.center_img The kitchen area at 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The property is at the top of a hill on the highest position of the street.Ray White – Waterford selling agent Ash Chawla said there was plenty of space in the backyard to add a large trampoline for kids to play.Mr Chawla said the patio looked out on to the low maintenance lawn.The property is close to Regatta Lake, and Springfield Lakes Boulevard oval. The Carnarvon St home is being sold with offers over $479,000.last_img read more

first_img StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share PokerStars moves to refresh global appeal with ‘I’M IN’ August 18, 2020 Related Articles ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 Submit Share Red Tiger Gaming has announced a new partnership with William Hill, who in turn have become the first Gibraltar licensed operator to have have access to its full suite of products.Under the terms of the deal, Red Tiger’s online casino games portfolio and player management software are to be integrated.WIlliam Hill Vegas is the first platform to feature the games, with customers now able to compete for daily jackpots built onto the Red Tiger platform.Hills Games tab is to have the games available soon, while the company’s Asian themed games are to exclusively populate the Macau tab. Graeme Powrie, Gaming Commercial Director at William Hill, said: “Going live with Red Tiger is very exciting for us. This partnership proves that we are dedicated to offering William Hill customers the very best gaming experience possible.”Red Tiger, who plan to launch in excess of 100 games over the course of the next three years, have provided leading titles such as Arcade Bomb, Lucky Wizard and Totem Lightning.In addition William Hill is to also benefit from the casino game developers progressive jackpot software and smart spins marketing tool, which will take a variety of bonus mechanics and targeting options and seamlessly delivery promotions via an in-game dialogue module.Gavin Hamilton, Managing Director at Red Tiger Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have become such a significant partner to William Hill. “We are very excited to provide them with our games and casino platform as they enter a new era of product excellence. “William Hill is one of the most prestigious operators and this deal exemplifies our core strategy to supply well regulated casino operators with market leading products.”Red Tiger now plans similar roll outs across other major Gibraltar operators, which this latest deal following recent agreements made with PokerStars, Betsson, GVC.last_img read more