Tarragindi home with spectacular city views

first_imgThe home at 46 Effingham St, Tarragindi.This modern masterpiece was built for the growing family. Dan and Kylie Murphy raised three children at 46 Effingham St, Tarragindi and have loved calling the five-bedroom residence home for the past decade.“I wanted a modern house that would be good for the family for 10 years and that’s what we got,” Mr Murphy said. Built in 2007, the home is on a 708sq m block and has 180-degree views. On the ground floor there are four bedrooms with built in robes to three, a bathroom with separate shower and bath, and a media room that opens through bi-fold doors to the backyard. The poolside entertaining area at 46 Effingham St, Tarragindi.On the lower level there is storage space, a 480-bottle wine cellar, 135,000 litres of concealed water storage and a large laundry. Mr Murphy said the property was great for entertaining. “We’d host a Christmas party every year which kept getting bigger and bigger,” he said. The family will miss the Tarragindi area.“Tarragindi has a really strong community that retains some of that old charm of neighbourhoods gone by,” Mr Murphy said. The home is being marketed by Michelle Huston and Mark Kearns of Ray White Moorooka. The living area with city views at 46 Effingham St, TarragindiOutside, there is a covered entertaining area with outdoor kitchen overlooking the inground swimming pool and lawn area. 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 there is an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with bi-fold windows looking out to city views. The kitchen has a butler’s pantry, dumb waiter from the garage, island bench and stainless steel appliances.The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite with dual basins and there is a third bathroom on this level. A mezzanine level between the ground and second floors includes a L-shaped front veranda and multipurpose room. last_img read more

New Track Surface

first_imgThank you to athletic director, Bryan Helvie, and principal, Andy Allen, and the Batesville School Board for the beautiful restoration of the Batesville High School track surface.  At the football game on Friday night I saw the new track and learned that there were 3 new layers of surface added to the base.Again, the Batesville Community Schools have found an economical way to provide our young students with a complete education–physical as well as mental.  This will provide a safe surface for the track team and others who use the track until funds are available to completely re-do the facility.last_img read more