The open plan living, dining and kitchen 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 2020The home is spread over two levels with two bedrooms with built-in robes on the lower floor along with the main bathroom, separate toilet, laundry and double lock up garage with built-in storage. The second bedroom has sliding door access to a patio. External and internal stairs lead up to the second floor where the open-plan hub of the home includes the living, dining and kitchen areas. The freestanding townhome at 238 Riding Rd, Balmoral.THIS stylish, freestanding townhouse with a modern design is attracting attention from buyers looking for a low maintenance home close to the CBD. Ray White Bulimba marketing agent Jared Candlin said 238 Riding Rd, Balmoral, was immaculately presented. “The property is a freehold, stand-alone townhouse. So really, it is a small house with a shared driveway,” Mr Candlin said. “It’s a very high spec house with timber floors, stone benchtops, ducted airconditioning and an alarm. “It is also in the catchment area for Bulimba Primary School.” One of the downstairs bedrooms has patio access.This area has polished timber floors, downlights and bi-fold doors that open to the covered terrace with plantation shutters. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, an island bench and stone benchtops. Tucked away behind the kitchen, the master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an ensuite. Plantation shutters provide privacy on the deck.Mr Candlin said the Balmoral home would suit young families and professional couples.He said that the property had already attracted plenty of interest. “The feedback from buyers is that the home is stunning,” he said. “It has good flow, is impeccably cared for and there is nothing to do.”
Three people, including a young child, were injured following a crash Monday night.The Ripley County Sheriffs Office responded to a report of a single vehicle accident involving injuries located on S.R. 101 near CR 200 north, south of Milan.Renda Clift, 30, of Dillsboro was operating a purple 1997 Honda minivan along with passenger Noah Stamper, 39, of Dillsboro and also a 2-year-old child.“When for unknown reasons, Clift’s vehicle traveled off the west side of the roadway, over an embankment and colliding with a tree,” said Ripley County Sheriff Tom Grills in a news release.Noah Stamper had to be extricated from the vehicle by the Milan Fire Department, according to the sheriff.Stamper and Clift were transported to Margaret Mary Health for treatment of head and internal injuries and later transferred to Methodist Hospital by IU Health Helicopter.The 2-year-old child was transported to Margaret Mary Health for minor injuries.The Ripley County Sheriffs Office was assisted by Milan Fire Department, Milan Rescue 30, Ripley County Medic, and Rescue 69.The crash is currently under investigation.