The home at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.This spacious four-bedroom home is on a 3250sq m block with beautiful gardens. Andre and Margaret De Bats built the home at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran, in 2004, and refurbished it last year. Mrs De Bats said their must-haves when they built were airconditioning, security and a swimming pool. The home has open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas, a formal lounge room and a media room with soundproofing. The outdoor area at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.“We both love gardening and we planted everything on the block — there are hundreds of plants and trees,” Mrs De Bats said. “Whichever window and door you look out of from inside, you have a view of the garden.”She said she would miss the neighbourhood and the space.“We’re in a very quiet neighbourhood and we’re on the high side of the road,” she said. “It’s a really lovely place to live and so near to everything.”The home is being marketed by Sue Dewar of Richardson & Wrench Caboolture for offers over $849,000. The floorplan of 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran. The refurbished kitchen at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The three other bedrooms have built-in robes and the bathroom has a separate bath and shower. There is also a separate toilet and laundry with external access. Outside, the patio has an outlook over the solar-heated swimming pool with glass fencing and gazebo. The established gardens and lawns are well-maintained and there is a two-bay shed with annex, a cubby house that could be used as a studio, and two shade houses. The living area at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.The new kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, pendant lighting and Corian Everest benchtops with integrated sinks, waterfall end and LED lighting.There is a gas log fire in the family room, and high ceilings and handmade tailored drapes in the formal lounge. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, patio access and ensuite with floor-to-ceiling tiles, a vanity with dual basin and marble countertop, and a separate toilet.
Order of Merit Winner – Andy Richards.New Nordic Pattaya Amateur Golf SeriesDecember 2019 Grand Finale for the YearA good field of 116 players, including 16 intrepid ladies gathered at Pleasant Valley Golf Club on the earlier than normal 18th of the month for the New Nordic PAGS Tournament Finale of 2019.There were some outstanding scores turned in, along with some sparkling individual efforts for the technical prizes available on each hole. PAGS continued a great run with the weather, and this day was again perfect conditions for golf. The course was in moderate condition at best, with the greens although bumpy, at a decent pace. However, it was a prudent call to implement lift, clean and place on the closely mown surfaces. Players were off the course’s Blue markers for the majority of the round, so good scores were hard earned.Low Gross Winner – Rich Fearby.The MVP on this day was hard to distinguish, with several outstanding Stableford scores recorded in the tournament. The day’s best score of 43 points unusually came from the A Flight 0 – 14. Olli-Pekka Suominen (14) also picked up a technical on the Par3, 5th. Rich Fearby again showed his class with a moderate Low Gross of 76, to go with his 2 technicals on #s 2 and 3. The Ladies winner was Butsaya Heiskanen (20) with a solid 41 points with a special mention to Nan Seekhum who picked up 2 technicals, the NTP on the Par 3, 8th and the Long Drive on # 18.C Flight for 22+ handicappers was won by SK Kwok (24) with a strong score of 42 points, closely followed by Aki Pitkanen (24) with 41 points, while Olle Rensburg (26) picked up 3rd spot another point behind with 40 points.In the B flight (15 – 21) it was Rene Thuner (16) winning with his 40 points, 1 clear of his nearest rival, to go with his Longest 1st Putt prize on #12. Ulf Bergstrom (19) signed for 39 points, while Jon Thowsen (21) was a further point behind to complete the podium for the flight.In the A flight (0 – 14), the minor placings went to Ingvar Bergman (14) with a very good 41 points, to go with his technical on #s 1 and 15. The bronze medal position required a countback, with Tommy Marshall’s 19 on the back 9 good enough to edge Jari Laakonen out, after both signed for 37 points. Tommy also picking up a technical prize for his 3rd shot on the Par 5, #6.A couple of honorable mentions also go out to multiple technical prize winners not previously mentioned, Aaron Spengler, Martin Cooke and Paul Durkan.Ladies Winner – Butsaya Heiskanen.The Order of Merit winner was Andy Richards who won a trip to the prestigious Angkor Golf Resort, Cambodia sponsored by Angkor Golf Resort. Andy overtook year long leader Todd Fox on the last day, Todd hanging on for equal 2nd with Jari Laakonen, while with the overall prizes only going to 4th this year, Daniel Grob got the prize. Daniel, Jeff Wylie and Urs Wandeler were the only players to tee it up in all 12 events of the year.The catering crew from Hemingways did their part, feeding the players and guests prior to the prize giving, and I am sure all were satisfied with the selection of food offered in the buffet.We will all look forward to January 2020, with the New Year’s 1st New Nordic Pattaya Amateur Golf Series tournament being at Pattavia on the 29th of January.A Flt Winner – Olli-Pekka Suominen.B Flt Winner – Rene Thauner.C Flight Winner – SK Kwok.