The kitchen at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.“The 900mm gourmet oven was a definite must have for us and I couldn’t do without the gas cooktop,” Ms Murphy said. There is also a separate media room upstairs. The master bedroom has an ensuite with a huge shower and the remaining bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom also features a big shower and bath. The home at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.THIS two-storey family home at 24 Willand Drive was built five years ago on an elevated block in Beenleigh. Owners Fiona and Adam Murphy said they wanted a spacious home that was light, bright and cheerful. “We built up high so it’s so breezy,” Ms Murphy said. “I love hanging out in my hammock on the deck — I feel like I’m on holidays out there.“And it’s nice to sit on the front porch in the morning, eat my breakfast and take in all the different layers of the garden.” The living area at 24 Willand Drive Beenleigh.Spread across two levels, the home has a double lockup garage downstairs along with a second living area and bedroom with bathroom that could be used as a home office. The hub of the home is a huge light-filled open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, with high ceilings, timber floors and french doors opening to the front deck. 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 2020“We get really nice breezes that come through the french doors,” Ms Murphy said. The modern white kitchen includes plenty of cupboard space, island bench and stainless steel appliances. The deck at 24 Willand Drive, Beenleigh.The home has ducted airconditioning, intelligent home automation and an in-built sound system in several of the rooms. The house is on a 724sq m block with side access. “We’re on a quiet, older street so it is really only people who live here who drive down it,” Ms Murphy said. The property is being marketed by Brennan Hill of Ray White Beenleigh and will go to auction at 10am on October 7.
There are certain things you come to expect in life. Lindsay Lohan getting arrested. Dubstep making your head pound. A less-than-pleasant bathroom experience after Taco Bell (but that second gordita crunchwrap supreme was so worth it).Now, that list grows larger. After winning its third consecutive softball game 12-1 over The Badger Herald, The Daily Cardinal has to wonder if the victory even surprised its rival.Despite feeling quite, ahem, “relaxed” after polishing off a keg before the game, the Cardinal rallied for seven runs in the first inning. The Herald fought back honorably, scoring an impressive zero runs in four at-bats in the bottom of the first, a trend that would continue throughout most of the game.The Cardinals excelled on both sides of the field, led by a deep batting lineup and an equally determined defensive stance.Matt “Strong-arm” Kleist lived up to his name, racking up more strikeouts than George Costanza in the dating scene. For the lucky few Herald players who managed to make contact, a swift Cardinal defense sent them, heads bowed down, back to their fearful master and Editor-in-Chief Ryan Rainey.“I get it,” Kleist said, signing a pair of breasts amidst flocks of screaming women. “It’s difficult to hit a slow-pitch softball that literally goes to the exact same location every time.”With a bat in one hand and a bottomless brew in the other, incoming Cardinal Editor-in-Chief Abby “Imma-badbitch” Becker led her team’s potent offense. Although that damn softball field wouldn’t stop spinning, Becker battled the elements and left it all on the field, dignity included.Co-head coach and keg master Matt Masterson said he could not have been more proud of the way his team performed.“I was like Vito Corleone in “The Godfather.” All I had to do was say the word and I knew I’d see results,” Masterson said, clarifying he did not threaten any of his players with death, nor does he regularly sell prostitutes. Except on Saturdays.The only silver lining in the Herald’s performance came when it won the pregame beer chug-off, proving that while the Herald struggles both athletically and in printing newspapers, they can at least drink liquid quickly.Rainey, who improved his usual appearance by sporting a hideous and downright terrifying Edgar Allen Poe mask on the sidelines, said it was an honor to play in the midst of true greatness.“I was so excited and surprised that we even scored one run, I peed myself a little bit,” Rainey admitted.As the sun set over Vilas Park, it was Editor-in-Chief and Cardinal captain Scott Girard who had the final, inspirational word.“For three years I’ve played for this team, and for three years I’ve seen utter domination,” Girard said. “How the fuck haven’t we found better competition yet”?
AC Milan striker Mario Barwuah Balotelli has ordered a new pair of climbing-irons boots,to announce his return.On one side of this new pair of Super Mario it is written “Balo is Back”, and the other side has a Superman’s logo.His club side AC Milan, only hopes his return could be a continuity of his classic performance.