13 Cherington Way, Murrumba DownsThis four-bedroom family home is in the sought after Castle Hill estate in Murrumba Downs.The property at 13 Cherington Way is on a 720sq m block with several indoor and outdoor spaces for entertaining, and a northerly aspect. Marketing agent Lee Doyle, of LJ Hooker Kallangur and Murrumba Downs, said the property was beautiful and spacious inside and out. The outdoor area at 13 Cherington Way, Murrumba Downs.There is also a study that could be used as a fourth bedroom. The main bathroom has a bathtub and shower and there is a separate toilet and a laundry with storage cupboards, bench and outdoor access. Outside there is a spacious, covered entertaining area with tiled flooring that is big enough for family get-togethers or celebrations. The living area at 13 Cherington Way, Murrumba Downs.The federation-style home has a formal lounge and dining area with a fireplace, carpet flooring and big windows that allow for plenty of natural light. There is also an open-plan living and dining area with tiled flooring and sliding door access to the back patio.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The big kitchen has a traditional feel, plenty of bench and cupboard space, a breakfast bar and a big window looking out over the outdoor entertaining area. There are three good-sized bedrooms with carpets and an ensuite to the master bedroom. The kitchen at 13 Cherington Way, Murrumba Downs.There is also a paved area to the side of the patio, and established, low-maintenance gardens and lawns.The property comes with a water tank, airconditioning and a 3kw solar system with 5kw inverter. Mr Doyle said the property was located close to all amenities including schools, shops, medical centres, the new Murrumba Downs railway station and the Bruce Highway. The property is being marketed by Lee Doyle of LJ Hooker Kallangur and Murrumba Downs for $629,000.
Tweet 11 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews DPSU awaits government response to salary negotiations by: – April 26, 2012 Share Thomas Letang. (file photo)General Secretary of the Dominica Public Service Union Thomas Letang has said that his organization is awaiting government’s response on the issue regarding salary negotiations for public servants.Letang told an interview with the media that the government promised to respond in a timely matter “but we have not yet seen that”.“The last time we wrote to them they said the matter was being looked at and we expect them to respond to us, giving us more information,” he said.Meantime Letang said he is still concerned about the issue of the pension age.“We are concerned about the impact the social security act is having on the public. Some people retried a few months ago and they were expected to have received their pension from DSS. As it is now, this means they would have to go without a pension because it means that government would have already bridged that gap, and DSS would have taken over,” he added.He said “I am beginning to ask myself, why that level of insensitivity. Why is it taking so long when you know that people are going to be affected by a decision”.According to Letang, several persons are being affected by the amendment, “and we are not being told as to what is going to happen to these people”.He said further that a national retirement age must be looked at.“The union is taking this matter seriously. We need all citizens to rally behind us to give us support to ensure that pensioners do not suffer as a loss of income,” he added.Dominica Vibes News
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error WASHINGTON >> Game 2 of the NL Division Series between the Dodgers and Washington Nationals, scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. PT, has been rained out. The teams will play Game 2 on Sunday at 10:08 a.m. PT. The Dodgers lead the best-of-five series, 1-0.Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the postponement about an hour before gametime Saturday.Rain that intensified as Hurricane Matthew moved up the coast had already washed out on-field batting practice.