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.
Oregon Live 3 February 2019Family First Comment: The marijuana industry is not concerned in the health of your children.“She said two students brought the marijuana to the school in “dessert snack” form.”#peoplebeforeprofitswww.SayNopeToDope.nzTwo Portland eighth-graders face disciplinary action after school officials say the pair supplied marijuana edibles to more than a dozen classmates.Fifteen students at Harriet Tubman Middle School likely ingested the drug Wednesday, a district spokesman confirmed Saturday. Officials notified parents the same day of the incident.“This of deep concern to us, and we are committed to ensuring our students understand the risks associated with any drug, including marijuana, and are safe in our schools,” spokesman Harry Esteve said in a statement provided to The Oregonian/OregonLive. He did not specify if the district’s count of 15 students included the two who supplied the drugs.When school leaders learned what had happened, they immediately launched an investigation to identify all the students involved, he said. They also contacted police. Esteve said the two students who provided the marijuana are now going through the school’s disciplinary process. It’s not clear whether all the students knew the edibles contained marijuana.The recreational use of marijuana is illegal in Oregon for anyone younger than 21.The incident came to light after Harriet Tubman Principal Natasha Butler sent an email to parents Wednesday describing what happened. She said two students brought the marijuana to the school in “dessert snack” form.READ MORE: https://www.oregonlive.com/news/2019/02/15-portland-middle-schoolers-sent-home-after-ingesting-marijuana-edibles.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.