32 Mars Street, Coorparoo.Mr Smith said his three children had moved out of home and they were looking to downsize.He said the home would best suit a family with teenage children. “It could even be perfect for those looking for dual living options – a family with a grandma they might need to accommodate,” he said. “It could be ideal for students or used as an Airbnb.” The lovely kitchen area at 32 Mars Street, Coorparoo.Blackbutt ceilings and flooring combined with the colours of the bush exude a welcoming warmth.From the living area, two sliding glass doors open to the 13m x 3m veranda. Mr Smith said the deck was his favourite part of the home to relax.“The north-facing veranda overlooks the parkland behind, it’s lovely,” he said. The bedroom at 2 Mars Street, Coorparoo.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 entrance to the upper level is from the street and opens to a large foyer.A designated well-appointed office is on the left.The spacious open plan design showcases a combined living and dining area, with expansive glass framing the view. 32 Mars Street, Coorparoo.Jenine and Cam Smith were drawn to the Coorparoo area because of its beauty and peacefulness.Their home at 32 Mars St, is an architect-designed new build, finished in 2011.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is positioned overlooking a bushland pocket at Coorparoo. The cute deck at 32 Mars Street, Coorparoo.Another standout feature of the home is the gym, which can be used as a media room if desired. Mr Smith said there was also plenty of room to put in a pool.With fantastic neighbours nearby, Mr Smith said street parties were held each year.“You could definitely live quietly here without any interference but also know the neighbours were around to help if you needed anything,” he said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Decatur County REMC is receiving a $5 million loan through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday $1.4 billion in loan guarantees to improve the delivery of electric power to rural communities in 21 states.Decatur County REMC received the 5-million dollars to build or improve 49 miles of line, and make other system improvements. The loan amount includes $96,900 for smart grid projects.The Greensburg-based company is the only recipient in Indiana.