38 Ridge St, Greenslopes.WANT to know how to make the best home in the country better? This property is a lesson in how to renovate a state icon.This traditional Queenslander at 38 Ridge Street Greenslopes has been renovated to incorporate modern luxuries with its classic elegance. The street-facing facade showcases yesteryear charm with decorative balustrades, single gable and an attractive colour scheme on native timber. c.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoThe floorplan flows naturally into the kitchen and open-plan dining and living room. The kitchen is a masterpiece of spacious benchtops, European appliances and large butler’s pantry. A separate breakfast bar provides additional storage and fridge space, along with a cosy study nook. Glass bi-fold doors connect the dining and living room with a covered deck that boasts plantation shutters and a view of leafy suburbia. Stairs link the deck to a backyard with an established garden and in-ground temperature-controlled pool. 38 Ridge St, Greenslopes.The first-floor entry has a covered veranda overlooking Brisbane’s southern suburbs and city skyline. A formal living room sits immediately inside, with major effort put into drawing out the decorative archways, VJ walls, high ceilings and original polished pine flooring. 38 Ridge St, Greenslopes.Three airconditioned bedrooms reside on the first floor including the main bedroom, which has private access to the deck, carpet, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite. Large windows fill the other two bedrooms with natural light, both of which also feature built-in wardrobes and share a bathroom. The central staircase, made from spotted gum and frameless glass, leads down to a third living room with bamboo flooring, kitchenette, laundry appliances and a climate-controlled 168-bottle wine cellar. 38 Ridge St, Greenslopes.Two more bedrooms with built-in wardrobes occupy the ground floor, including one with an ensuite. Outside, a tiled patio runs along the house’s width behind a stone fence and secure front gates. An established solar system and extensive undercroft storage areas ensure adequate space and an energy saving option. Agent Roger Carr of Ray White Bulimba called this an extremely flexible home with numerous living, dining and entertaining areas.Inspections are by appointment with the auction set for 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane at 10.30am on February 24.
(L to R) Master Trooper Jim Ponsler and First Sergeant Matt Burkhardt-25 Year AwardsVERSAILLES, Ind. — Troopers from the Indiana State Police Post in Versailles were given awards related to their service, at the annual post meeting on Friday.Captain Anthony Scott honored First Sergeant Matt Burkhardt and Master Trooper Jim Ponsler for 25 years of service.Senior Troopers Nate Adams, Randel Miller, and David Owsley were honored for 10 years of service.Post mechanic Keith Kelly was honored for 35 years of Service.Corporal Rob Garcia, Trooper Joe Uhler, and Trooper Jacob Tolle were all recognized for receiving Safe Driving Awards.Troopers are honored with awards approximately every 100,000 miles driven without having an at fault accident.
SAVVY SENIORS: Robert Morris’ AJ Bramah, Josh Williams and Yannis Mendy have collectively accounted for 50 percent of the team’s scoring this season and have scored 50 percent of all Colonials points over the last five games.DOMINANT DAMIAN: Damian Chong Qui has connected on 38.1 percent of the 84 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 6 of 15 over the last five games. He’s also made 82.8 percent of his free throws this season.WINLESS WHEN: Robert Morris is 0-7 this year when it scores 60 points or fewer and 15-6 when it scores at least 61.PASSING FOR POINTS: The Mountaineers have recently created baskets via assists more often than the Colonials. Robert Morris has an assist on 50 of 82 field goals (61 percent) across its past three games while Mount St. Mary’s has assists on 43 of 62 field goals (69.4 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Mount St. Mary’s has committed a turnover on just 18.1 percent of its possessions this season, which is the second-best rate among all NEC teams. The Mountaineers have turned the ball over only 11.7 times per game this season.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMount St. Mary’s (10-17, 6-8) vs. Robert Morris (15-13, 11-4)UPMC Events Center, Moon Township, Pennsylvania; Friday, 7:30 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Robert Morris looks to extend Mount St. Mary’s’s conference losing streak to five games. Mount St. Mary’s’ last NEC win came against the Long Island-Brooklyn Sharks 67-63 on Feb. 6. Robert Morris lost 86-71 to St. Francis (Pa.) in its most recent game. Associated Press For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Mt. St. Mary’s looks to end streak vs Robert Morris February 20, 2020
Rain? Wind? Sunny skies? What’s in store for the weekend? Check our local weather coverage.In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the week:Clark County Sheriff’s Office: Missing man’s body found in Washougal RiverClark County law enforcement arrested a man Tuesday morning on suspicion of murder in the death of a man who went missing in early February in Camas.The body of Michael Chad Holmes was found Saturday near Washougal’s Hathaway Park, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.SWAT officers take 47-year-old man into custody on suspicion of second-degree murderDay 2: Murder suspect appears in court days after man’s body recovered in WashougalPied Piper Pizza in Orchards seeks new ownershipThe owners of a more than 50-year-old Vancouver pizza restaurant are hoping to sell the business and retire, but they want to make sure Pied Piper Pizza sticks around.According to Pied Piper Pizza co-owners Ray and Cheryl Eggert, Pied Piper was recently relisted but has actually been on the market for about two years. The husband and wife team have jointly owned and operated the restaurant for more than five decades, and they’re both now in their 70s and hoping to retire.Longtime owners say they’re hoping they can retire soonGun seizures in Clark County surge in law’s 2nd yearThe number of extreme risk protection orders issued in Clark County has increased since lawmakers passed legislation two years ago allowing law enforcement and family members to file petitions seeking to confiscate firearms from people who may be threats to themselves and others.