35 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.”
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has announced additional work that it plans to accomplish with supplemental Construction account funding provided in Public Law 116-20, the Additional Supplemental Appropriations Disaster Relief Act, 2019, signed into law June 6, 2019.Among other things, Public Law 116-20 provided $3.258 billion in five appropriations accounts: Investigations; Construction; Mississippi River and Tributaries; Operation and Maintenance; and Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies.USACE will use an estimated $39.6 million provided in the Construction account to complete construction of the Princeville, North Carolina, flood and storm damage reduction project.On Sept. 26, 2019, the Corps announced the allocation of $2.483 billion in the Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies, Operation and Maintenance, and Mississippi River and Tributaries accounts to repair damages to projects resulting from natural disasters and perform emergency dredging of shoaled material deposited at Corps navigation projects by natural disasters.According to Mr. R.D. James, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Work, the supplemental funding allocated to the Princeville, North Carolina, project will help to reduce flood risks to this community from storms in the future.