Welcoming family gem in the heart of Paddington

first_imgUrban views from the property at 51 Tooth Ave, PaddingtonMr Mugnaioni said they had enjoyed entertaining guests out on the deck.“It’s always been a home full of friends and crowds,” he said.‘There’s just such a welcoming feel to it.” The home at 51 Tooth Ave, PaddingtonMr Mugnaioni said buyers would enjoy the north-facing outlook and position of the property.“The view from the back deck looks out over a valley that’s so green and lush,” he said.“There’s always a breeze. It’s very cool in summer.” The home at 51 Tooth Ave, Paddington“We were living locally just around the corner in Bardon while looking for the perfect long-term family home,” he said.The two-level home sits on an elevated 395sq m block. Inside 51 Tooth Ave, PaddingtonMr Mugnaioni said he thought the home would particularly appeal to family buyers. “There’s good separation between the master bedroom and the kids area downstairs,” he said.“And families will love the convenient, inner-city location.“It’s perfectly located within walking distance between the shops and restaurants on Latrobe and Given terraces.”center_img Inside 51 Tooth Ave, PaddingtonMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoOn the lower level of the home there is a two-car garage, bathroom, laundry, two bedrooms and a covered deck.Upstairs on the main level of the home, there is an open plan living and dining area with a stand-alone fireplace, study nook and kitchen which opens out to the covered deck area. On the same level, there is a master suite which also opens on to the deck area through french doors, and an additional bedroom. REAL ESTATE: 51 Tooth Ave, PaddingtonThis Queenslander-style property is a quintessential Paddington home. Mark Mugnaioni said his mother, Chris Mugnaioni, purchased the property at 51 Tooth Ave, Paddington, almost 20 years ago. last_img read more

All hail Hill at Electric City

first_imgGREAT FALLS, Mont. (July 18) – A back and forth battle between Gary Hill and Mark Wermling ended after a caution late in Friday’s IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature at Electric City Speedway.The two had won heat races earlier in the evening and every indication was that their race to the main event checkers was going to be a nailbiter. The yellow waved on lap 18 and as the field came to the restart, Wermling broke and he came to a stop on the front stretch. After the ensuing restart, Hill shot ahead and there was no looking back.last_img read more