With Hawthorn taking out the AFL Grand Final it almost seemed as if auctions had dwindled but they’re coming back strong with two going to the auction block this Saturday.

29 Boolagi Drive, Wurtulla will be kicking off the action at 2pm with high hopes for such a beautiful home with canal frontage.

Complete with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, study/office or fourth bedroom and a massive open plan living and dining, modern kitchen, double lock up garage and in ground pool sipping on cocktails with your own personal paradise is within reach.

This home would suit a family who enjoy all the benefits of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle, entry level waterfront buyers, empty nesters and even savvy investors.

Following on from the Wurtulla auction is 31 Golf Links Road, Buderim going under the hammer at 4pm.

A solid, colonial design that exudes warmth and charm this home is complete with four bedrooms, office, two bathrooms, two separate living areas a stylish kitchen and a wrap around timber deck which showcases the beautiful vista.

Smoke alarm initiative

AWP agents Tony and Sandra Nash will always remember the household fire in Logan last year which saw 11 people die.

It has since been revealed that they had smoke alarms in the household but no batteries in them.

The Nash’s have decided they want to do something meaningful about keeping smoke alarms up to code.

They have designed and funded a program that is designed to protect the families in their service area in the top of Buderim.

  • They are meeting with every family by doorknocking every household owner in the area and delivering two 9 volt smoke alarm batteries.
  • The batteries are in a pack designed to hang in a prominent place in your home
  • In the pack is a message from the Fire Department about maintenance of their smoke alarms
  • They then ask each householder when they last put in their battery and calculate when it needs to be replaced.
  • This information is then entered onto a computer program that reminds them every six months to check and replace their batteries.
  • They will offer the same service to those who give them their name and address and intend to repeat this service every year on a street by street basis.

“If we can save one life in five years we feel this is a very worthwhile neighbourhood care initiative,” Tony Nash said.

 

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