It could be a mob of kangaroos or a tedium of golfers that you spy from the back deck of 127 Brookwater Drive.Darren and Leanne Goode first saw this Dwyer Quality Home on a canal estate while they were living on Bribie Island.Deciding to move to the mainland for work, they rented in Springfield Lakes while they built an almost identical house at 127 Brookwater Drive, overlooking the 18th Fairway of the Brookwater Golf and Country Club. Renovated three years ago the kitchen includes a giant island bench.“We totally refurbished the kitchen and opened it up by putting a window in looking out on to the pool. >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< The renovated ensuite has been fully tiled and complements the adjoining dressing room. “The house has worked brilliantly for our family,” he said.“It’s one of the largest blocks in Brookwater.” If you want to view this property, contact the agent for an inspection. It is on the market for offers over $1.1m. SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN BROOKWATER This 10m x 4m saltwater pool is visible from the kitchen and living areas.“We replaced the cupboards and brought in an island bench that is one great big piece of quartz.“It took five of us to carry it in.”The most recent work this year has been to fully renovate the ensuite off the master bedroom. The four bedrooms upstairs include the master bedroom with views of the pool, gardens and Fairway.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 2020Upstairs is the master suite with ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and a balcony that has since been enclosed.“It was a timber deck that was open and we just found like any outside area that it gets dirty and we weren’t really using it, so we closed that in and made it into a sun room or retreat,” he said.The floors are a mixture of New Guinea oak wood, tiles, and carpets, while a sunken lounge is centrally located in the main void of the house. The kitchen was renovated three years ago, and the family have put lighting and landscaping around the 10m x 4m saltwater pool. One of the largest blocks in the Brookwater community, 127 Brookwater Drive looks over the 18th Fairway of the Brookwater Golf and Country Club.THE morning rituals of kangaroos and early bird golfers can be studied from the backyard of this large 1100sq m block which is being brought to market for the first time since it was built 12 years ago. The Goode’s have raised three boys at Brookwater, with each having their own bedroom that opens on to a living area with a separate bathroom and toilet.
Share Tweet 44 Views no discussions Share Share HealthLifestyle HIV carriers in Caribbean and Latin America now 1.6 million by: – April 6, 2011 PANAMA CITY, Panama — The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) says there are about 1.6 million people in Latin American and the Caribbean carrying the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that can cause the deadly disease AIDS.In releasing the findings of a new report for the state of HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS regional director Cesar Nunez said the region has not registered any improvement in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS.CMC reported that he urged governments to increase efforts to combat the spread of HIV, suggesting that work should be focused on prevention among younger people and at schools.“At this time of crisis, let us optimise the means and let us not fall into complacence,” he said.Nunez said, however, the region has the “best coverage of medicine available of HIV carriers” noting that about 51% of those living with the virus have access to HID/AIDS medicine.Source: Caribbean News Now! Sharing is caring!
Press Association “A role at City after his (playing) career? Of course. Like Real Madrid have done with (Zinedine) Zidane, for example,” he said. “Zidane played there and afterwards began working for the club. “Yaya will need a club in the future. We do not want more money or a longer contract, anything like that, just the right attention. “More attention on Yaya, and that he feels happy at the club, that is the most important thing. “I will tell you one more time, we do not need more money.” “Given the goals of Paris, how could you not be interested in a club like that?” Toure told France Football. “PSG have become one of the strongest teams in Europe. It would be an honour to one day play for a club like that. If I can be of service…” In the interview, the midfielder did little to play down suggestions a summer move could be on the cards. “Given the magnificent season Manchester City have had, everyone talks about me and everything is open,” he added. “My agent, Dimitry, is hanging on the telephone and he knows what he has to do, I have complete confidence in him. “Nobody knows what can happen tomorrow, my attention is on the World Cup and we will see afterwards. “Yes, I have said I would like to finish my career at Barcelona. You never know because football moves quickly, you never know.” Seluk reiterated his view from last week that Toure should be offered a job on City’s backroom staff when he finishes playing. Over the last week it has emerged all is not well with the Ivory Coast midfielder after his agent complained the player was not respected enough by the club’s hierarchy, even suggesting the 31-year-old was unhappy his recent birthday was not marked properly. Dimitry Seluk said last Tuesday he rated Toure staying at City as “50-50” and the player’s comments about PSG will only increase speculation he is looking to move on. Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has cast more doubt on his future at the club by admitting it would be an honour to play for Paris St Germain.