232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.With a 12m heated lap pool and amazing views to enjoy all day, this master built home, known as Obi’s Whisper, has private access to Obi Obi Creek and a water hole. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.Originally from England, Dr Martyn has now retired from his practice in Brisbane.He and his wife are selling to travel the world and explore new places. The property has been set up to be low maintenance which gives the opportunity to come and go as you please.Th property is being marketed by Ray White Rural – Queensland selling agent Jez McNamara. Obi’s Whisper goes to auction on September 1 at level 26, 111 Eagle St, Brisbane if not sold prior. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours ago232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.There are multiple living areas and a second kitchen which open up the possibility of dual living, giving guests some privacy, or running a bed and breakfast. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.The current owner, Dr Martyn Green, has used the property as a weekender while maintaining his practice in Brisbane.“The unique architecture first attracted us to the home but it was the stunning water hole in the pristine Obi Obi Creek on the property’s boundary that made us fall in love with it,” Dr Green said.“It’s this feature that is truly unique. Upon a short walk or drive through the pristine rainforestyou come to a cabin that sits above a huge water hole, be sure to pack your swimmers, towels and even your paddle board, as down your own private path you’ll find the ever flowing Obi Obi Creek.” 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny. 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny.The owners of this Sunshine Coast property are ready to explore the world and are keen to sell.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 232 Burgum Rd, North Maleny is spread across 8.86ha, and there’s plenty of room for cattle or horses. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here.
Osgood, IN— 2020 Ripley County 4-H Virtual Livestock Auction will be held today at 3 pm at the Osgood Damm Theatre located at 117 N Buckeye St, Osgood. Doors will open at 2 pm for registration and seating. New Buyers need to stop in, call, or email the Ripley County Extension office at 812-689-6511. This is to set up a buyer account in advance.There will not be any animals available for the buyers to keep this year. If a buyer is wanting to keep an animal, then the buyer must contact the 4-Her ahead of time and work it out with them. Also, there will be no financial clerking on Friday 24th after the auction. Invoices will be emailed by Tuesday, July 28, or if a hard copy is preferred, they can be mailed instead. Add-ons can be submitted by stopping in, emailing, or calling the Ripley County Extension Office.
(CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were left facing a heavy defeat on today’s final day, after opener Shayne Moseley struck a career-best hundred and new-ball pacers Kemar Roach and Chemar Holder tore through their top order to leave an improbable run chase in strife.Needing a massive effort on the penultimate day here yesterday in order to remain in the contest at Kensington Oval, Red Force found themselves battered by left-hander Moseley who stroked an unbeaten 155 as Pride piled up 342 for five declared in their second innings.All-rounder Kevin Stoute chipped in with an unbeaten 55 and Test wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, 26, before Pride put Red Force out of their misery with a declaration about 45 minutes after tea.Set 377 for victory, Red Force slumped to 48 for four at the close after Holder (2-13) and Roach (2-25) wiped out their top order in a lethal burst.Left-handed opener Jeremy Solozano played back to one from Holder which kept low and was bowled in the second over for five with just nine runs on the board and captain Yannick Ottley (1) followed in the fifth over, caught at gully of the same bowler at 25 for two.Roach then turned the game on its head in the next over when he knocked over the experienced duo of Jason Mohammed (5) and Denesh Ramdin (0) to leave the Red Force innings in disarray at 30 for four.Mohammed, who never settled, offered no shot to the third ball of the over and had his stumps shattered while Ramdin lasted three balls before clipping a full-length ball to mid-on where Holder pouched a simple catch above his head.It was left to young opener Joshua DaSilva, who finished the day unbeaten on 23, to prop up the innings along with Yannic Cariah who was unbeaten on 12 at the close.Pride had earlier taken a stranglehold on the encounter after resuming on 127 for two, as Moseley carved out his third first-class hundred and Stoute struck his second half-century of the game.On 49 at the start, Moseley made his way safely to 98 at lunch with Pride on 214 for three, before reaching his landmark in the second over after the interval, when he whipped left-arm seamer Daniel St Clair to the backward square boundary for his 10th four.All told, the 25-year-old carved out 17 fours off 314 deliveries in just over 7-¾ hours at the crease.He extended his overnight stand with Justin Greaves to 48 before losing the all-rounder, holing out to deep mid-off off left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein (2-66), after adding just seven to his overnight three.Moseley then anchored two key partnerships to bat Red Force out of the game. First, he posted 56 for the fourth wicket with Dowrich who struck two fours and a six off 47 balls, before falling lbw to off-spinner Bryan Charles.And when Kyle Mayers perished cheaply for six, 19 balls later, Moseley and Stoute combined in an unbroken 114-run, sixth-wicket stand to further increase Red Force’s misery.Stoute faced 99 balls and counted six fours, reaching his half-century after tea as Moseley also passed 150 for the first time in his career.