16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyTHERE is more to this contemporary home in Wakerley than meets the eye.The house at 16 Red Gum Cres may look small from the outside but owners Rebecca and Jamie Miller designed it to make living easy for a large family.Open living areas combined with a children’s retreat and study means there is plenty of space for a family to spend time together or spread out. 16 Red Gum Crescent, Wakerley“That whole area was being transformed (from) semirural lots into the first nice estate in that area.”Parklands and bike tracks are just a short walk away with schools and shops, including Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre, close by. 16 Red Gum Crescent, Wakerley“That’s probably the one thing that most people comment on when they visit – the floorplan and the layout,” Mrs Millers said.‘There is a lot of space in the house that’s even quite deceiving from the road.“From inside, it feels very spacious and it’s very comfortable to live in.”It has four bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and two bathrooms, one of which is an ensuite.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyThe house was also designed to capture natural sunlight and the bay breezes – a feature Mrs Miller loved.She said the beachside lifestyle was one of the main reasons they decided to build in the area.“We just saw so much lifestyle potential in the area and a lot of growth to come,” Mrs Miller said. 16 Red Gum Crescent, WakerleyThe media room has dual zoned wired surround sound, which can be directed into the outdoor entertaining area.Mrs Miller said it enabled there to be music playing outside without disturbing those watching television in the media room.The 658sq m property has space for a pool in the backyard.
Statewide — Governor Eric Holcomb announced that the state will stay in Stage 4.5 of the #BackonTrackIndiana plan until at least September 25. There were no changes made in capacity allowances for restaurants, bars, and entertainment businesses. The mask mandate will continue during this time as well.