Lake Tinaroo home share scheme 66 Fairview St, Bayview Heights was one of the first houses built in the suburb and will auction on September 19.OFFERED to the market for the first time since 1973, this double-storey family home includes an “epic” workshop, built like a three-bedroom house.The additional shed at 66 Fairview St, Bayview Heights covers about 150sq m of the 800sq m property and was one of the standout features for Elite Real Estate Services agent Karl Latham. “Absolute epic shed, probably one of the best residential sheds that I’ve seen in a residential property,” Mr Latham said. “It’s built like a house, it’s got the roof of a house, the wall of a house but actually stronger. It’s got big steel purlins in there, so it’s a rock solid block workshop-shed with power.” 66 Fairview St, Bayview Heights was one of the first houses built in the suburb and will auction on September 19. An interior view of the “epic” shed, which is the size of a three-bedroom house. MORE NEWS Mr Latham said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home was one of the first built at Bayview Heights. “It’s been in the same family since 1973, many kids have been brought up there. And the owner is elderly now and all the kids have grown up. “It was one of the first houses in the area – there used just be all parkland around there and spare land. 66 Fairview St, Bayview Heights was one of the first houses built in the suburb and will auction on September 19. The large, modern kitchen.“It’s the only double storey in that immediate location so you look over the top of all the lowset houses and out towards East Trinity and the mountains there. It’s got lovely views and catches a nice breeze.”He said the fully fenced home would suit a number of buyers and the detached shed would be perfect for a home business. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago 66 Fairview St, Bayview Heights was one of the first houses built in the suburb and will auction on September 19. View of the detached shed.“Downstairs was the rumpus and entertainment room where they used to hold lots of parties. “It’s got a bathroom, a bar and a separate bedroom where all the boomerang kids used to come back and stay. “It would make a great granny flat or teenage retreat. “It’s still got some original features but it’s been maintained really well and quite a large, modern kitchen has recently been added. “The owner isn’t testing the market, nobody lives there, it’s vacant. It is and will be sold.”The property will go under the hammer on Saturday, September 19, 10am onsite. Manunda home untouched since ’40s
A total of 19 vessels with a combined LNG-carrying capacity of 70 Bcf departed the LNG export facilities over the period between March 26 and April 1, 2020. Exports of liquefied natural gas from projects in the United States jumped during the week ending April 1. In its weekly report, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) noted that out of the 19 vessels, nine departed Cheniere’s Sabine Pass export facility in Louisiana. Cheniere’s Corpus Christi plant in Texas, as well as the Freeport LNG plant, shipped three cargoes each. Two cargoes each have been dispatched from Dominion’s Cove Point LNG facility in Maryland and the Sempra Energy-led Cameron LNG facility in Louisiana. EIA further noted that natural gas deliveries to liquefied natural gas export terminals jumped for the week reaching 9.6 Bcf/d, up from 9.2 Bcf in the previous week.
Travis E. Crouch, of Brookville, was born on February 11, 1983 in Oxford, Ohio, the son of Paul E. and Regina A. Brewer Crouch. He worked at Poindexter Excavating in Indianapolis as a union heavy equipment operator, and was a member of the Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church in New Trenton. Travis enjoyed racing radio control cars, was a Colts fan, and loved his pets and his family. On April 3, 2016, at the age of 33, he passed away at his residence. Memorial donations are requested to a charity of choice. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Travis Crouch Those surviving who will cherish Travis’ memory include his parents, Paul and Regina Crouch of Brookville; brothers, Kris (April) Crouch of Brookville, and Brian (Brittany Stegall) Crouch of Metamora; maternal grandmother, Wanda Brewer of Olympia, KY; special aunt, Gail Crooks of Olympia, KY; several aunts, uncles, 5 nephews, 2 nieces, and 1 great niece. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Chester and Nellie Crouch; grandfather, Shelby Brewer, and uncles, Tim and Terry Crouch. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Services, officiated by Pastor Chuck McMahon, will be held at the funeral home on Friday at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.