Space for all the family in North Lakes home

first_imgThe dining and living room at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.The living areas are open plan including the lounge area, dining and rumpus room. There is also a separate formal lounge room.The home has ducted airconditioning, ducted vacuum and there are ceiling fans throughout as well as high ceilings and plantation shutters.The fully fenced yard is 640 sqm and the home is within walking distance of schools. There is easy access to the Bruce Highway, Westfield North Lakes, Ikea, Bunnings and the North Lakes Bus Terminal. The home at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.BARRIE Titheridge and his wife Yanming Wang bought their home at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes, three years ago.Mr Titheridge said it was an existing house and the size really appealed to them.“It is a very large house on a large block which is unusual for North Lakes,” he said.He said it had four bedrooms, a large entertainment area and media room, and ticked all their boxes.“And it is tiled throughout, which certainly was a plus,’’ he said. “I really like the rumpus room; it is so airy and spacious and the large triple-fold doors open out onto the balcony.’’Mr Titheridge said the home was a bit big for them now and they were downsizing to an apartment at Kangaroo Point. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The kitchen at 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.He said the thing he liked about North Lakes was there were so many facilities.He said there was also a really good golf course in the area.“It (the house) would be a great place to raise a large family, plenty of room,’’ he said.The main bedroom has a large walk-in wardrobe as well as an ensuite which has a stone vanity, his and hers basins and a double-size shower.There is a study nook and the kitchen has stone benchtops, and plenty of bench and storage space.center_img The floorplan of 33 Numbat St, North Lakes.last_img read more

Broyld runs second-team and other observations from Day 7 of training camp

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 8, 2014 at 7:18 pm Contact Phil: | @PhilDAbb OffenseSyracuse’s 2013 leader in receptions and receiving yards last year, Ashton Broyld, worked with the second-team offense Friday.But based on the snaps of open practice Friday, Day 7 of training camp, nothing’s changed with Syracuse’s backup quarterback competition. During 11-on-zero snaps, the quarterbacks connected on all their throws, starting with hitting receivers on out patterns to the right and later to the left. Junior Ben Lewis hauled in a pass from Terrel Hunt near the left sideline at the 20-yard line and nearly ran into senior Jarrod West, who was jogging a straight ‘go’ route.Broyld and freshman wideout Corey Cooper both lined up incorrectly once each before the snap was made.Offensive lineAdvertisementThis is placeholder textOffensive line coach Joe Adam turned up the intensity early in Friday’s practice.With the linemen lining up opposite each other for a drill, Adam walked over to Keaton Darney and angrily told him, “That’s not a fit position!” and told Darney to keep his head higher and hips lower.When the drill was completed, Adam yelled at the group to increase its pace as the players picked up shields and prepared for the next exercise. There, linemen getting into position underneath a chute and going at the linemen opposite them, driving them backward.“Go to the whistle!” Adam shouted, when his players started easing up.Tackle Jon Burton and tight end Josh Parris jawed at each other, getting in each other’s face and slowing down the pace of the drill.After the 11-on-zero drills, the linemen and tight ends combined to work on blocking technique. While Adam had to instruct raw freshman Denzel Ward — who stands 6 feet, 8 inches and weighs 353 pounds — to get off the ball quicker, tight end’s coach Bobby Acosta appeared to be seeing improvement.“Good, good. Let’s go,” Acosta said, after watching fullback Clay Cleveland execute the drill.QuarterbacksAfter leading the offense against a phantom defense, the quarterbacks worked on mobility and throwing on the run.Using the middle of the practice field, Hunt paired with Mitch Kimble and third-stringers Austin Wilson and A.J. Long were matched, as the signal-callers rolled out to both their left and right sides and released throws to each other. Commentslast_img read more