The South Eastern Times : June 21st 2018
NEWS 9 IN BRIEF Home affordability review THE Wattle Range Council area is one of the most affordable regions in Australia for household rents. This is one of the findings in the latest twice-yearly survey undertaken by the not-for-profit charity Brotherhood of St Lawrence. The charity uses data to determine a rental affordability index with the Wattle Range Council area judged to be “very affordable”. The survey said regional SA was at its most affordable since at least mid-2012. Smokers get help to quit FILLING THE FREEZER: Millicent amateur fishermen Tom Roberts and Jed Lang pose proudly with their gummy shark catches. Picture: J.L. “FRED” SMITH CANCER Council SA has launched a new and improved Quitline website. The website, which forms a part of Quitline’s suite of support services, offers a range of online resources for anyone thinking of quitting, filled with tricks and tips, downloadable resources and information and support across all stages of the quitting journey. The website, combined with Quitline 137 848 and Quitline online chat, supports anyone wanting to quit. Church leadership role filled Beachport sharks biting A TRIO of Millicent amateur fishermen have a fridge full of gummy shark fillets following a successful trip beyond the waters of Rivoli Bay. Using squid as bait, Jed Lang, Tom Roberts and Justin Battersby reeled in two of the prized species with a length well in excess of a metre. The lads launched their 5.6 metre boat from the recreational boat ramp at Beachport on a recent week- end afternoon. According to Jed, they ventured 5km out from Beachport into the deeper water just past the limits of the bay. “We will be cutting the sharks up for fillets, freeze them and we will fry them later on,” Jed said. “My dogs will be fed the cartilage. “We decided to head out as the sea was flat enough.” RLA 179064 ABN 16105272286 173 WILLIAMS ROAD, MILLICENT $325,000 31 RINGWOOD DRIVE, BEACHPORT THE Millicent/Beachport Uniting Church Council has a new chairman. Millicent parishioner Peter Johns has stepped into the role, which was held for many years by Ern Bentley before his recent move to Adelaide. Now retired, Mr Johns spent much of his working life at the Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill. He has also had a long-time interest in the Millicent Field Naturalists. 45 George Street, Millicent • Phone 8733 2100 www.millicentfn.com.au • Email: email@example.com Valerie Jones 0438 382 506 • Angela Wallis 0427 332 542 Tom Butler 0418 955 699 OPEN FOR INSPECTION THIS SUNDAY $285,000 CHARACTER AND COMFORTABLE STONE HOME, 3 ACRES OF LOVELY GARDEN 193 DELANEYS ROAD, SEBASTOPOL SUPER SHEDDING & HOME BASE ON 2.5 ACRES $269,000 A country retreat with sideline opportunity already set up! Nestled within a garden of mature trees, views to the awesome Mount Muirhead and with no directly adjoining properties, this home on 15 acres is in an ideal position for peaceful living. The driveway to this home has both entry and exit points making ease of coming and going. The comfortable limestone three bedroom home has had a brand new kitchen installed. The light filled lounge has an inbuilt slow combustion wood heater and a wall mounted cooler however its use is not necessary even with a run of hot days due to the external roller shutters right across the front of the house, even including the front door. The new timber look floor coverings in the kitchen and passage add appeal to the home. Two of the three bedrooms have original polished timber floors, the third is carpeted and all have built in robes. The bathroom has a new glass shower screen, a new vanity and a separate bath. There is Valerie Jones 0438 382 506 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au Angela Wallis 0427 332 542 Tom Butler 0418 955 699 Lorraine Hamilton 0421 122 19 a separate toilet and laundry. The wide rear verandah is the perfect spot for an afternoon barbecue protected from the afternoon sun by fixed roll down blinds and with plenty of options to hang a hammock between the trees nearby or cook a campfire lunch, this place will most definitely appeal to your soul! There is a three car carport adjacent the house and a new double carport nearby with a shed set up for the tinkerer. There will be little to be spent on electricity with the bonus of 4.2kW solar system installed. The whole house is supplied rainwater from the 15,000 gallon storage capacity. There is also an equipped bore to water the grounds, and for added precaution, fire hoses and fire sprinklers are set up around the home and gutters. The property has an open sided wood, storage, implement shed. The property has a large house yard and two paddocks which are both watered. Rentals Sue Fabris 0418 848 015 For those interested in a sideline business, this property has been set up to operate as dog boarding kennels. It has a large dog yard, six kennels, all with cement floor and three adjoining dog yards. The new owners will also enjoy an abundance of varieties of fruit from the established orchard. Located just over 6km from Millicent and with the school bus going straight past the property, it will appeal to young families, horse lovers and hobby farmers as well as those searching for a peaceful rural lifestyle at a very reasonable price. Priced at $269,000, Millicent Real Estate have already had some serious interest in this picturesque property and will be opening it for viewing this Sunday, 24th June from 11.30am-12.15pm however if you would like to make a private appointment, we welcome your call to Angela 0427 332 542 or Valerie 0438 382 506 or our office on 8733 2100. Sales Support Melissa Patzel 0403 312 677 The South Eastern Times, Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 9 735725 OPEN 12.30PM-1.00PM OPEN 2.00PM-2.30PM UNDER CONTRACT FOR THE FULL ASKING PRICE OPEN INSPECTION CANCELLED LIST WITH US TO ACHIEVE THE BEST PRICE FOR YOUR PROPERTY!
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