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Large home with views to Peel
WITH views to Peel Island
and recently refurbished
kitchen and bathroom
areas, this high-set home
close to all amenities has
plenty of benefits.
Relax out the back under
the shady poinciana tree, or
enjoy a game of snooker in
the games/rumpus area on
the ground level, which has
been built-in, allowing for
dual living if required.
Also downstairs is a sin-
gle lock-up garage, with
additional parking also
available in the shed at the
rear of the property.
One of the five bedrooms
is near the games room and
has a built-in wardrobe,
with a second bedroom
nearby on this level.
The downstairs area also
houses the laundry and a
bathroom, and is tiled.
Upstairs, the sandy
shores of Peel Island can be
viewed from the dining and
kitchen area, while the
front veranda offers a view
of Thompson Beach.
The kitchen is new and
has white cabinets and
plenty of work space as
well as stainless steel appli-
The living areas are kept
warm in winter by a com-
The remaining three bed-
rooms are on the upper
level. Two have built-in
wardrobes, with one of
these having a mirrored
This level also has a util-
ity room, which gives
added space and could be
used as an office area if
The second bathroom is
upstairs and is fresh and
contemporary with timber-
look vanity and a raised
Property: 90 Colburn
Avenue, Victoria Point
Land: 597sq m
Ahearn 0405 503 666
BB 1463119 - 2/3/10
While the police play a major role in reducing crime,
homeowners and occupants can take measures to increase
their security. It's important to at least consider what you
The first step is to have a qualified locksmith or
tradesperson fit your doors and windows with appropriate
locks. The exterior doors should have double-keyed
deadlocks and accessible windows keyed window locks.
You may be surprised to know that most burglaries occur in
daylight. Forcing windows are a means of entry 43 per cent
of the time.
Additional security measures such as alarms should be
considered. A big help, too, is improving lighting in and
around dwellings and gardens, including automatic sensor
lighting. Aesthetics and your own physical safety could well
be enhanced in the process.
In housing blocks security can be enforced through
electronic surveillance devices and caretakers.
Engrave electrical goods with serial numbers and keep the
records. This aids police investigations in the actual event of
a burglary. Lock up lawn mowers, whipper snippers and
bikes in a secured garage or shed. Garden and handyman
tools comprise 23.5 per cent of burglaries while bikes
account for 9.3 per cent. These latter items are easily
targeted and often left outside.
Finally, one of your greatest allies are your neighbours.
Police are now putting increased emphasis on prevention at
the local community level. Programs such as
Neighbourhood Watch and Safety House demonstrate the
value of community participation.
For sound professional advice on this or any real estate
matter, contact me Stan Goleby on (07) 3286 1266 or call
into the Redlands Real Estate Professionals, corner
Middle & Doig Streets, Cleveland.
Making Your Home
BB 1463679 - 2/3/10
Russell Island 128 Canaipa Pt Drive
Located in the most popular part of the Canaipa Peninsula, this property is ideal for a first home buyer or savvy Investor.
Large open plan living with 2 bedrooms, a large deck for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful breezes coming from the
Canaipa Passage. It has wonderful water views across the passage to North Stradboke Island. It is not often you get a
chance to change your lifestyle with such a relaxed environment at these prices. So bring your tinnie and move in.
Also to be auctioned is a 612m2 Block of land with water glimpses at 8 Wattle Street, Russell Island
Sat 13th March 2010, 11am Onsite
View By Appointment
ChrisBre eon039 05011
(07) 3409 2 00
• Wonderful Views
• 2 bedrooms
• Open Plan Living
• Large covered deck
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