The renovated home at 55 Scarborough Rd is new to the market in RedcliffeTHIS big family home has undergone a massive transformation and is new to the market in Redcliffe.The property, at 55 Scarborough Rd, sits on a 728sq m block and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms.Kindred marketing agent Frank De Raadt said the home was modern and elegant. “The original two-storey family home has been fully renovated from top to bottom to create an as-new, ultra-modern family home without compromise,” he said. “No expense has been spared, even to the point of insulating every internal and external wall and fitting every room in the home with internet, TV and Foxtel.” The new kitchen open to the timber verandaEntry to the home is through the downstairs foyer. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Three of the bedrooms are on this level, with walk-in robes to two.There is also a family room and a media room wired for a projector. Upstairs is the hub of the home — the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. Timber floors feature throughout the open plan living areaThe kitchen has an island bench, modern cabinetry and a butler’s pantry with sink and space for the a big fridge and the wine fridge.Bi-fold doors in the kitchen open the living space out to the covered timber veranda. The master bedroom is also on the second storey and has an ensuite and walk-in robe while the fifth bedroom has a built-in robe and the toilet is separate from the main bathroom. The home sits on a low maintenance block with established trees and plenty of lawn.The solid fencing ensures privacy and there is a back to base alarm for added peace of mind. Mr De Raadt said the property had enough space to add a pool or a shed. The property is on the market for offers over $799,000.
The latest land release at Foreshore Coomera is ahead of schedule.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“The majority of our customers at Foreshore Coomera are from the southeast Queensland region however we continue to receive inquiries from interstate buyers as far as Victoria, who are drawn by the affordability of land coupled with the region’s laid-back waterside lifestyle.”Mr Laner said the masterplanned community was a hive of construction activity, with the first residents expected to move in before the end of the year. FORESHORE COOMERA: An artist’s impression of community lake activity.Interstate buyers from as far away as Victoria are eyeing blocks at Foreshore Coomera on the Gold Coast.Stage nine of the Stockland development was recently fast-tracked to meet demand, with 12 new blocks now available. SOUTHEAST QLD ROOFTOP TRENDS SUPERTOWER SALES OFF TO FLYING START NEW TOWER TO SOAR OVER BURLEIGH Stockland Residential Communities acting Queensland general manager David Laner said the latest land release at Foreshore Coomera was ahead of schedule.Mr Laner said the community was proving popular with local and interstate buyers seeking a home surrounded by nature but close to shops, schools and cafes. Bernard and Sue Inglis with their son Brandon Inglis and his girlfriend Bo Sirilak Panjarak, at their Foreshore Coomera block of land.Future residents Sue and Bernard Inglis, who will move from Springbrook acreage, have been searching for an opportunity to downsize since 2014. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< “We’ve been looking for the right home for many years and coming from Springbrook, we really loved the idea of being close to the conservation reserve, the parks, the river and the jetty,” Ms Inglis said. “The property we’re on now is just too much work.” Foreshore Coomera offers opportunities to enjoy sailing, kayaking and fishing, along with trails for walking and cycling.Foreshore Coomera is 26km from the Gold Coast CBD, a short drive to the Coomera train station and within easy access to the M1.Land prices start from $309,900 for 350sq m.
Image courtesy of MolgasSpanish LNG provider Molgas Energia completed the first liquefied natural gas bunkering operation in the port of Huelva.According to a social media post by Molgas Energia’ COO Juan Menchero, the company supplied 80 tons of liquefied natural gas.The chilled fuel was delivered via a truck-to-ship method to the 186-meter LNG-fueled ferry carrier Napoles, owned by Balearia.Menchero also said that the bunkering operation was completed in collaboration with Spanish LNG operator Naturgy, previously Gas Natural Fenosa.
VERSAILLES, Ind. — The Ripley County Commissioners have passed a new ordinance regarding false alarm calls to both residences and businesses.The ordinance states that residents and business owners will be charged after three false alarm calls to the property.The Ripley County Sheriff’s Department says this ordinance is for properties with security systems.After the third call, a fine of $25 will be imposed, $50 after the fourth, and any further calls will each have a $100 fine.