The home at 19 Juba St, Riverhills.Ian and Noelene Holm’s children have left the “nest” and the couple say now is the time to move on from their Riverhills home.The Holms have lived at 19 Juba St for 12 years and said the property was suited to a couple with children.Mr Holm said they moved to the Centenary district because of the reputation of private high schools in the area.“We were moving from acreage in the Lockyer Valley and looking for a house with an open aspect,” Mr Holm said.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on an 856sq m block of land looking on to parklands at the rear. The kitchen at 19 Juba St, Riverhills.The lowset home has a fully fenced yard and an above ground swimming pool.Mr Holm said his favourite part of the home was definitely the outdoor area.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The back patio overlooks the pool and the park,” he said.“It’s a gorgeous spot even in winter.”The Holms have completely renovated their property. The swimming pool at 19 Juba St, Riverhills.“It was built in 1990 and we have completely changed the entire interior and outside,” Mr Holm said. “The most recent renovation was the fence.”Other features within the home include a modern kitchen with quality appliances and storage, a family room leading out to a large covered outdoor entertainment area. The property also has a separate laundry and a garden shed. One of the four bedrooms at 19 Juba St, Riverhills.Centenary Real Estate selling agent Leela Mendis said the home was ideal if buyers were looking for peace and serenity.Ms Mendis said the property was close to local shops, a child care centre, Middle Park Primary School and public transport.The property is being sold with a $615,000 price tag.
SAN JOSE, Antique – The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) here has yet to monitor the damage on infrastructures of the earthquakes that jolted parts of this province. Towns of Barbaza and Patnongon were where the epicenters of the earthquakes were traced, a report from the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said.“The earthquake in Barbaza happened 10:12 p.m. on May 4, while the one in Patnongon was at 5:02 a.m on May 5,” PDRRMO-Antique chief Broderick Train said.Barbaza’s earthquake had had a 4.7 magnitude with a depth of 28 kilometers. The one in Patnongon, on the other hand, had a 2.5 magnitude with a depth of one kilometer.According to Train, even this capital town experienced the earthquake. He urged the public to stay alert. “Although we have no preemptive evacuation undertaken due to the earthquakes, we are urging the public, especially in landslide-prone areas, to be watchful,” said Train./PN