3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood.Mr Morrison said he chose the Heathwood area as it was an affordable place to live.“We would love another family to buy the home,” he said.He said someone who loved to entertain would appreciate the layout of the house. 3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood.Living closer to Brisbane’s CBD has prompted a move for Peter Morrison and his family.The Morrisons moved into their Heathwood home at 3 Coolibah St in August 2008. 3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood.All Properties Group selling agent Tracey Child said the kitchen had gas cooking, huge fridge space with water connection, a big breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry. The kitchen area at 3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood. 3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019He said offers of help from family members on that side of town prompted the decision.“We really are sad to have to let it go, we don’t want to,” Mr Morrison said.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on the high side of the street. The main bedroom is at the front of the home. Mr Morrison said he put in a swimming pool and extended the patio.“Our patio is fairly large and we tend to spend a bit of time there,” he said.“We only got the pool in November and we definitely had a good summer in it.” 3 Coolibah Street, Heathwood.Mr Morrison said they built the home themselves and said the move was a regretful one. “We are sad to have to let it go, we don’t want to,” Mr Morrison said.“We have a five-year-old and a two-year-old, the house is fairly big but we are moving to the northside as the children’s schools are on that side of town.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 3 Coolibah St, Heathwood.She said the main bedroom was a king size with a great ensuite and huge walk-in robe, all with ducted airconditioning. “This home has it all,” Ms Child said.
Batesville brings home trophies from RCT in both levels of play.JV from Coach Shelly Prickel: The Batesville JV volleyball team captured the Ripley County Tourney title in convincing fashion with a 25-12, 25-8 opening round win over Milan followed by a 25-10, 25-12 victory over Jac-Cen-Del in the championship game.In the Milan game, Monica Gerstbauer earned 17 service points including 5 aces. Kelsey Shupe and Tori Kurtz each had 8 good attacks earning 4 and 2 kills respectively. In the championship game Gerstbauer led in serving again with 12 points, while Anna Bauer chipped in with 8. Shupe led the front line with 6 kills. Caitlyn Broering and Kerigan Haskamp each earned 2 kills. Katie Bedel, Bauer, Cece Hund, and Nikki Fox all contributed a kill in the winning effort. The team’s record is now 12-1.Varsity. Defeats Milan 25-21, 25-16 (round 1).Defeats South Ripley 25-16, 18-25, 17-15 (Championship)Great overall effort was being given on both sides… It showed how much winning the county means to all of the players. We were just fortunate enough to show our mettle at the right moment. We were actually on the losing side of 15 when the Raiders got to 14. I think having played in 7 five game matches this year to date gave us the composure we needed.On the Day, Morgan Meyer was 100% serving 19 times with one ace. Audrey Amberger # 8 finished hitting .342 on 38 swings, notching 16 kills w/only 3 errors. Kylie Laker #7 had 24 Assists on 66 attempts with 14 digs, and Jenna Ertel #11 notched 26 digs.All three teams will travel to EIAC Rival East Central on Monday with freshman serving first @ 5:00pm. JV will follow the first match with Varsity finishing the last match of the evening.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jody Thomas.