Exclusive Gold Coast hilltop land for sale

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first_imgThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.A BUYER with deep pockets is being offered the chance to become a neighbour to Billabong founder Gordon Merchant on a Tugun hilltop.Offers are being sought for a 2.616ha site that neighbours Merchant’s sprawling ridge line home and enjoys expansive views that take in the ocean.The land, approved for a large luxury house, last changed hands as part of a $2.8 million transaction in 1995.The rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe rural residential site and the Merchant home are the only properties accessed by a bridge that extends from the western end of Boyd St across the Tugun bypass.Brad Duncalfe, of Ray White Commercial GC South, yesterday said that the site offered exclusivity.“It’s got some of the best views and, of course, a private driveway.“This land’s perfect for someone looking for the ultimate in privacy, while still being close to the beach and services.”The property is being sold by Pacific International Properties, which is linked to Philippine businessman Philip Cea, a long-time Gold Coast property investor.Duncalfe said the Cea family two years ago had plans approved for a lavish 580sqm house and these plans were included in the sale offer.Merchant bought his 13.23ha property for $1.4 million in 1993 and went on to build his two-level home.When the Tugun bypass was built his access was in jeopardy until the State Government agreed to build a bridge over the new motorway section to service not only two properties but also the Woodgee walking trail.last_img read more


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first_imgIt was President Rodrigo Duterte who ordered the NBI to take the lead in the probe after his help was sought by Britanico’s father, former assemblyman Salvador “Buddy” Britanico. The NBI central office’s Death Investigation Division charged Joven with murder and theft on May 29 before the Department of Justice together with Police Corporal Jerry Villanueva assigned at the Regional Personnel Holding and Accounting Unit of the Police Regional Office 6 (PRO-6) and two other unidentified persons. The NBI traced the vehicle to a car rental. The car rental owner told the NBI that Joven confessed to him “the Adventure was used by his group as getaway vehicle in killing Muller and Britanico.” Police Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan, regional police director, said Joven’s “submission to authority will finally lead to the fast resolution of the case.” Villanueva, on the other hand, is currently under restrictive custody at the PRO-6. In the complaint it filed, NBI tagged Joven as the driver of the getaway vehicle used in the killings and also the one who rented the vehicle from a car rental company. NBI sources said Joven’s statements would still be vetted. Both police officers face administrative charges, too, at the PRO-6’s Internal Affairs Service. Thesuccessivekillings – Muller first then Britanico – were initially thought as separate incidents. The NBI, however, discovered they were related by circumstance. The two other persons charged remained unidentified and at large. NBI sources told Panay News Joven disclosed to them more information about the killings and that threats to his life prompted him to surface. Now in the custody of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Region 6 where he surrendered late night on June 5, Joven expressed intention to become a witness, and sought protection. “In the meeting with the President, I did not actually specify that it would be the NBI…I simply requested the President to please see to it that the investigation will be fair and thorough. The President (then) issued an instruction that Manila NBI should be the one to conduct the investigation,” according to Assemblyman Britanico.  ILOILO City – According to Police Corporal Joseph Andrew Joven of the Iloilo City Police Office (ICPO), one of the four suspects charged in the killing of businessman Delfin Britanico and call center agent Allain Muller on Jan. 19, 2020, he had received death threats. According to NBI officer-in-charge Eric Distor, the same vehicle – a Mitsubishi Adventure – was seen in both killings, and that witnesses further saw one of the suspects taking something from Britanico. Joven surfaced Friday night last week after over two months of being AWOL (absent without official leave) from the ICPO. He had not reported after failing to undergo a drug test in March required of all city policemen. “After killing Muller, they stopped at a vacant lot in (Barangay) Nabitasan, La Paz to strip off the white stickers from the Adventure. Britanico saw and confronted them so they shot Britanico to death,” read part of the NBI statement announcing its findings and the eventual filing of charges./PNlast_img read more