The floorplan of 26 Shakespeare St. The master bedroom at 26 Shakespeare St, Bulimba.The home hasn’t required much maintenance over the years, with tasks contained to replacing the flooring and painting. One of the bathrooms, has a soaker tub.Tending to the outdoors is also something that requires minimal time and effort.“(The home) is built on the boundary, which you can’t do anymore, but they’ve used every piece of land,” Mr Green said.“Other than some gardens, there’s only one piece of lawn to look after.”The three-level home has a mixture of polished timber floorboards, tiles and carpet throughout, and has all the extras from a butler’s pantry to intercom entry and an inground pool with a water feature. The home is open-plan and uses voids to create space.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 2020He said guests were always shocked at how spacious the house was.“It doesn’t look as big from the outside, but everyone is surprised by the amount of space inside.” Outdoors is a low maintenance yard and pool.Mr Green said the home would suit a family or a professional, but could also be suited to a single.“It suits a family with the different living areas, but I also heard comments that it looks like the ultimate bachelor pad.” The kitchen is sleek and modern.Mr Green said the home had wow factor from the moment the front door was opened.“It presents really well (and) when you walk into the front area there is a massive void, which is one of the things I liked about it,” Mr Green said.“I was attracted to the openness, the oversized lounge rooms, that there was a lot of glass and light, and that it was north facing.” The home at 26 Shakespeare St, Bulimba, has hit the market.BOTH low maintenance and luxury, this Bulimba home has everything for the busy family or professionalAfter a decade of living at 26 Shakespeare St, Daniel Green is relocating, and, giving someone else the opportunity to snatch up the property which is in the sought after Bulimba dress circle.
The former BH national team’s footballer Zvjezdan Misimović could, after several seasons, return to the Bundesliga where he was once one of the best players.While he was in the Wolfsburg’s jersey, along with Edin Džeko, he brought to the Wolves the title of Germany’s champion. He will now maybe play for to Koln.As stated from Eurosport, Misimović, who is currently free, is on the list of their potential back-ups.While playing for the Germany’s strongest league, Misimović played 157 matches in total. He shaked the nets of the rivals 37 times and assisted to his co-players 57 times.(Source: Sport Centar)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson “You just get caught up in doing whatever needs to be done,” said Beck, who lost four longtime friends. “You don’t cry; the adrenalin kicks in. Today, there’s nothing to be done. You just feel your emotions and cry for everyone and hope we get help.” Geologists have called the sandy bluff above La Conchita – whose name means “the little shell” in Spanish – one of the most slide-prone areas in the nation. But the 300 or so free spirits who live there want to save one of California’s last coastal communities affordable to the middle-class. “The 10 beautiful souls who lost their lives here, they loved La Conchita,” said Rodleen Getsic, 30. “So do we. This is home.” Heavy rains in 1995 collapsed the bluff, covering nine homes in 10 minutes. No one was hurt. Ten years later, during Los Angeles’ second-wettest year on record, the bluff slid again. In 20 seconds on Jan. 10, 2005, 10 people – including three sisters ages 2 to 10 – were buried under 450,000 tons of soil. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger promised to make their community safe, but not a dime has been spent to shore up the cliff. Though the Federal Emergency Management Agency pledged $5 million this winter to buttress a Laguna Beach hillside where 20 homes were damaged and destroyed, La Conchita residents complain FEMA has done nothing to protect La Conchita. The fix is estimated to cost $5 million. The holdup, say homeowners, are Ventura County attorneys who say they won’t request state or federal funds until expected lawsuits are filed and litigated, which could take years. “They’ve done nothing so far,” said Mike Bell, president of the La Conchita Community Association. Meanwhile, residents are staying put. Of the 171 homes in La Conchita, only two homeowners took federal offers to move – and they kept their homes for summer use. Dana Bartholomew, (818) 713-3730 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA CONCHITA – A year after a mudslide killed 10 of their neighbors, La Conchita residents gathered Saturday to mourn their friends and to pray for their seaside town. More than 200 people, including a phalanx of media, assembled on Santa Barbara Street next to a makeshift memorial beside a cross-studded, towering earthen mound – the remains of the Jan. 10, 2005 mudslide. “In your sorrow, you are remembering them as they would have wished: with your unbroken faith and in the celebration of their lives,” Assemblyman Pedro Nava, D-Santa Barbara, told the crowd. For 30-year-resident Janell Beck, Saturday’s ceremony was harder than the day of the mudslide, when her focus was on helping others.
An eight year old girl who traveled to Glenveagh Castle last Saturday afternoon misplaced her iPod on, or near one of the shuttle buses.Her mother, Nancy, has launched an appeal with us after realising the iPod was missing as the device holds precious memories and pictures, and videos collected over the last four years.The iPod looks like a mobile phone and is hot pink in colour. Although the family have been in continuous contact with the castle, no one has turned it in to the lost and found as of yet.Nancy explained how the device is not currently connected to her iCloud account. However, if anyone finds the device Nancy asks that if anyone finds it to simply flick the iCloud button on the “on” position, and all the photos and videos will be restored to Nancy’s account, salvaging the photographs and videos made over the years.Nancy is willing to reward the person who hands in the iPod €500. All that Nancy asks if that someone turns on the iCloud button.She concluded by saying “my daughter is heartbroken and can’t stop crying”. €500 reward to return precious pictures lost by heartbroken little girl was last modified: August 4th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Glenveaghipodlost ipodlost pictures