The upstairs balcony looks out over the landscaped backyard.Mr Ernst said the property would suit the big or extended family. “The bedrooms can all take kingsize beds and all the bedrooms have access to a bathroom,” he said. “Downstairs, the bedroom has his and hers cupboards and outside access. “We were going to have elderly parents with us, so with the outside access they could close their bedroom door, open the sliding door to outside and have their own space.” Mr Ernst said the home was on a 693sq m block in one of the sought- after “O” streets of Yeronga. The property is being marketed by Kristy Noble from McGrath Annerley Yeronga and will be auctioned on June 3 at 10am. The home at 40 Oriel Rd, Yeronga.There will be no arguing over the bathroom in this stunning Yeronga home, which has five bedrooms and five bathrooms across two levels. Owner-builder Mark Ernst said the property at 40 Oriel Rd was designed to have space and “all the bells and whistles”. “The house had to have the right aspect too,” he said. “The block has two street frontages so we orientated the back to face east for optimum shade in the summer.” On the ground level the home includes an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, laundry, study nook, full size bathroom, and a guest room with exterior access. The open-plan living space flows out to the back patio.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The modern kitchen has an island bench, stone countertops and integrated appliances while the living space flows out through sliding doors to the patio and landscaped back yard. Upstairs, the master retreat includes a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite with double shower and twin basins, and Mount Coot-Tha views. The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and two have ensuites while the third has access to the family bathroom. The upstairs family room with wet bar flows out to the upstairs balcony, where you can glimpse city views.
BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsRegional LIAT Further Suspends Passenger Services Until July 15 by: – June 25, 2020 Share Sharing is caring! “The airline acknowledged that while the extension was extremely difficult, it was necessary as the airline works towards a feasible restart. The CEO reassured that LIAT is still committed to keeping the region connected,” LIAT said in a press statement. (iWNSVG) 184 Views no discussions Tweet Share Reifer-Jones also advised that the airline was open to working with regional governments to repatriate citizens who were stranded across the region while its commercial services are suspended. Share Regional air carrier LIAT, on Thursday, announced yet another extension to the suspension of its passenger service.The airline said that the service will remain on hold until July 15, due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.Chief Executive Officer, Julie Reifer-Jones said that while LIAT destinations have begun to announce reopening dates, there are extended quarantine restrictions and protocols that are impacting the demand for travel.Reifer-Jones said the airline’s management and board of directors will continue to monitor the situation and will review the decision in July as more information becomes available.Passengers booked during the extended period of suspension will automatically have their bookings cancelled and will receive full airline credit for future travel. Passengers will be able to rebook as soon as the airline announces the resumption of passenger services.
Nineteen South East golfers are one step closer to playing with a star of the European Tour after qualifying for the national final of Bridgestone’s Chase Your Dream Trophy, run in partnership with England Golf. They came through the regional qualifier at Sonning Golf Club, near Reading, where John Green (pictured) led from start to finish with a net score of 65. Green, from the Royal Household Golf Club, based at Windsor Castle, was in the first group out and set the target. By the end of a long, hot day he’d been caught by Neill Jonas (Tilgate Forest, Sussex) who also shot net 65, but no-one had passed him. The pair now go forward to the final in England Golf Week at Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, in August, together with James Sleigh (East Herts), James Goh (Tilgate Forest, Sussex), Dean Penfold (Army, Hampshire), Josh Maguire (Fulwell, Middlesex), Phil Chalk (Ifield, Sussex), Prem Mehta (Batchworth Park, Hertfordshire), Nathan Lake (Easthampstead, BB&O), John Hubbleday (Harpenden, Hertfordshire), Barrie Harding (West Byfleet, Surrey), Giles Puckle (Clandon Regis, Surrey), Nick Horne (Rochester & Cobham Park, Kent), Kevin Maguire (Southwood, Hampshire), Connor Wood (Birchwood Park, Kent), Kevin Seggery (Centurion, Hertfordshire), Sam Allcock (Tenterden, Kent), Jeremy Platt (East Berkshire), Joe Simpson (Burford, BB&O). They’ll be joined by qualifiers from three other regional finals and the overall winner will be England’s male Handicap Golfer of the Year. The top nine players in the field will play in the pro-am of the Bridgestone Challenge, the English leg of The Challenge Tour, at Luton Hoo on 6 September. They’ll be joined by the top nine players from the companion women’s championship, making up a total of six teams in the pro-am. The most successful of these teams will go on to the pro-am of the British Masters, supported by Sky Sports, at Close House in Northumberland later in the same month, playing with a star of The European Tour. The Bridgestone Chase your Dream Trophy is an annual event open to members of England Golf’s 1,900 affiliated clubs and features separate competitions for men and women. Players can already register their interest in the 2018 Chase Your Dream Trophy by clicking here. Entries will open in the autumn to players who have been successful in 2017 club competitions and are eligible to enter the regional finals. Last season, England Golf and Bridgestone worked together to run a similar event called the Driveguard Trophy for club golfers. It made a dream come true for South West players Zack Rosen, Carl Broomfield and Peter Carr. The trio eventually found themselves as guests of Bridgestone at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports, playing alongside 2010 US Open winner Graeme McDowell. Click here for full scores 18 Jun 2017 John leads 19 South East golfers to chase their dream
By John BurtonRED BANK – Borough volunteer firefighters extinguished a fire Thursday afternoon that damaged a 44-foot cabin cruiser off of Marine Park.The fire on the Lou’s Crews’ N, a Carver 44-foot yacht, first ignited while the yacht was docked in the area of Irwin’s Marine at Marine Park. Irwin workers towed the vessel out of the marina area, sparing other boats and allowing the firefighters easier access, said Fire Chief Tom Doremus, who was on the scene.The fire lasted for about 10 minutes.“It looked like its been charred up pretty good,” Doremus said. No one was on the craft when it started, he said.The cause of the fire and the extent of the damage were being investigated by the State Police Marine Police unit, which responds to any fire on the water, Doremus said.About 20 members of the bought’s Independent Engine Company responded. There were no injuries reported, Doremus said.A similar boat would cost approximately $125,000 to purchase new, according to Irwin employee Brad Sergeant.