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.
After three years in charge, Ryan has stepped-down from the role – despite still having a year left to run.His final game in charge was last Saturday’s All Ireland qualifier defeat to Clare in Thurles.2015 All Ireland Under-21 winning manager John Kiely is likely to be among the contenders to succeed Ryan.
Related The national U20 female team, Falconets, will face South Africa in the final qualifiers for the World Cup after they taught Morocco some footballing lessons with a 5-1 thrashing in their 2nd leg clash at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin City.With the first leg in Morocco deadlocked at 1-1, the team raced into a two goal lead through Rasheedat Ajibade and Gift Monday within 15 minutes before goalkeeper Onyinyechukwu Okeke handed the Morrocans a lifeline as her mistake was punished by Fatima Tagnaout on the stroke of halftime.The girls from Morocco were still in the game at 2-1 with 13 minutes left but Charity Reuben’s goal put the game beyond the Moroccans paving the way for further goals from Rasheedat Ajibade and Gift Monday in added time as the Falconers secure a comprehensive 5-1 victory and a 6-2 aggregate win.The team will now face the Basetsana of South Africa for one of the two places up for grabs in Africa ahead of the U20 World Cup next year. The South Africans thrashed Burundi 5-0 in the 2nd leg to seal a 5-2 win on aggregate and will face Nigeria at home in the first leg on January 12, 2018 before the second leg in Benin City two weeks later.