Grand family home ticks all the boxes

first_img35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodSprawled over three levels, the architecturally designed home at 35 Hazelmere Pde, Sherwood is an impeccable residence. Inside 35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodLocated on the lower level there are two bedrooms, one with a walk-in-robe, media room, laundry, bathroom, gym room, wine cellar, bar, terrace and in-ground pool. Mr Manoharan said the family enjoyed spending time in the main lounge room, and back deck areas. The home at 35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoNestled on a 1,012sq m allotment, the home is privately tucked away off the street with views of the river.On the ground floor, the home flows from the entrance to the open plan living and dining areas and covered deck. The home at 35 Hazelmere Pde, Sherwood“There’s a wonderful breeze on the deck,” he said.“I like to sit there and listen to the birds and look at the greenery and river. It’s very calming.” Inside 35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodThere is also a kitchen, two bedrooms with built-ins, bathroom and master suite with walk-in-robe and ensuite. On the first floor is three bedrooms, a bathroom, family room and study nook. The home at 35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodOwners Shobhan and Patricia Manoharan bought the property three years ago for their growing family.Mr Manoharan said the home was exactly what they were looking for.“We wanted a large home with lots of space in a neighbourhood where the kids could run around safely,” he said.“This one ticked all the boxes.” Inside 35 Hazelmere Pde, SherwoodMr Manoharan said buyers would be attracted by the size of the land and location.“You don’t get properties of this size easily available in Sherwood,” he said.“It’s a big home in a blue chip suburb with a lot of space and entertaining areas that lend themselves to be utilised in many different ways.”last_img read more

Decision on staging London Marathon 2020 delayed until next month

first_img(REUTERS) – A decision on whether this year’s London Marathon can be held has been pushed back until August 7, the organisers said on Monday.The event, originally scheduled for April 26, was postponed to October 4 after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the international sporting calendar in March.In an open letter to all participants on Monday, event director Hugh Brasher said the delay was due to a need for further consultation with local NHS Trusts, the emergency services and local authorities.“We know how important the Virgin Money London Marathon is to you, to charities and in showing the world the wonderful spirit of London, of Great Britain and of our running community,” he said.“So please bear with us while we finish the extensive work we have been doing to try to enable us to run together, safely.“I will be in contact with our final decision and the options available to you no later than Friday, August 7.”The cancellation of September’s Great North Run raised concerns about the London Marathon going ahead due to the challenges faced by organisers in implementing social distancing protocols.The London Marathon routinely attracts close to 40,000 participants and this year’s race was set to pit the world’s fastest runners Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele against one another.The event is last of the World Marathon Majors still hoping to be held this year after Boston, Berlin, New York and Chicago shelved plans for their 2020 races.last_img read more