8 Kamaran Crt, AnnandaleTHIS recently renovated executive family home in Annandale has been listed for sale asking for offers over $698,000.8 Kamaran CRT has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two car accommodation and is on a 775 sqm block. 8 Kamaran Crt, AnnandaleThe master bedroom has an ensuite with sliding doors that lead outside as well as a walk-in wardrobe and custom-built office.Outside there is a resort style pool, outdoor entertaining area and side access while the house is powered by solar.Elite Properties Townsville principal Glenda Worrall is marketing the home and said “This house has been completely renovated which is hard to come by in Annandale,” she said.“There is gorgeous french doors which open out to the patio with a retractable screen and it has a huge patio.“At the front of the house is the study, main bedroom, formal living area and french door separating the kitchen with the remaining bedrooms down the other end making it a very practical layout for families.” 8 Kamaran Crt, AnnandaleMs Worrall said Annandale was proving popular among house buyers and she’d had plenty of interest in the property.“This time of year we get doctors who are new to Townsville and are looking at Annadale because it’s very popular with anyone who works at the hospital or James Cook University,” she said.“It would also suit someone wanting to upgrade and I’ve had a few people inquire who are living in Queenslanders.” 8 Kamaran Crt, AnnandaleTerry Henningsen owns the home along with her husband Michael but the pair are selling after relocating to Brisbane.Mrs Henningsen said it had been a great home to raise a family and was in a wonderful neighbourhood.“It’s a great street and I just love the layout of the house,” she said. 8 Kamaran Crt, Annandale“One of my favourite areas of the house is the kitchen and living area because we spent so much time there.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“It’s been renovated 18 months ago so it’s got a new kitchen, laundry, bathroom and floor coverings.“Because of the renovation it looks really modern but it still has the character of a 20-year-old home.“It’s just been a beautiful home and it’s so easy to live in.”The house has multiple living areas and a neutral colour palette.
BAFFERT’S TALENTED CHARLATAN ATTEMPTING TO FOLLOW 2018 TRIPLE CROWN WINNER JUSTIFY AS HE MAKES SECOND START AT SANTA ANITA ON SATURDAYNO PUBLIC ADMISSION ALLOWED, FIRST POST TIME FOR EIGHT-RACE CARD IS AT 1 P.M.; WAGERING AVAILABLE AT TRACK’S 1/ST BET & XPRESSBET APPS ARCADIA, Calif. (March 12, 2020)–Although plenty of attention will be focused on Santa Anita’s seventh race Saturday, the Grade I Beholder Mile, the eyes of the racing world will also be riveted on the race just before it, a $57,000 allowance for 3-year-olds at one mile. Bob Baffert’s talented Charlatan, a 5 ¾ length first-out maiden winner on Feb. 16, will attempt to follow in the footsteps of Baffert’s 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify as he stretches out and tries to muscle his way onto the Kentucky Derby trail.The comparisons are unavoidable. Justify, a chestnut colt by Scat Daddy, was foaled in Kentucky on March 28, 2015, sold as a Keeneland September Yearling for $500,000, was unraced at two and was a first-out maiden winner with Drayden Van Dyke up on Feb. 18, 2018.Charlatan, a chestnut colt by Speightstown, was foaled in Kentucky on March 2, 2017, sold as a Keeneland September Yearling for $700,000, was unraced at two and broke his maiden two days earlier than Baffert’s 2018 superstar with you guessed it, Drayden Van Dyke up.From there, Baffert and Van Dyke are hoping history continues to repeat itself, as Charlatan, like Justify two years ago, will be stretching out in a one mile allowance Saturday and will be running over what could be an “off ” surface. (Justify was a 9 ½ length one mile allowance winner over a muddy track, getting the distance in 1:35.73).At this stage, one discernable difference in comparing the two horses at this moment in time is that Mike Smith replaced Van Dyke for Justify’s win, while Van Dyke has retained the mount on Charlatan.First post time for an eight-race card on Saturday is at 1 p.m. There will be no public admission, in accordance with recent health dictates issued by the state of California. Assigned post time for race six is at 3:35 p.m. PT.Wagering on all Santa Anita live racing is available via the track’s 1/ST BET and Xpressbet apps. For additional information on racing and wagering at Santa Anita Park, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.