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1/31 HURLEY STREET, MAWSON
Relax in peaceful garden oasis
Large glass sliding doors stretch across the length of the living areas of
this Mawson townhouse.
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see your All Homes property guide
in Saturday's Canberra Times
Buyers looking for contemporary
townhouse living with a flexible
floor plan and a tranquil courtyard
retreat should visit this property in
Upon entry there's access to the
powder room and a bedroom with
en suite, which could easily be
utilised as the master bedroom.
The open-plan living areas follow
and the large glass sliding doors
stretch across the length of the room,
oriented not only to achieve
maximum winter sun but they also
open onto the private courtyard
gardens, a feature that owners Ed
Tarento and Kris Kosky love.
"The private garden is a peaceful
oasis with the pond, fountain and
fish, and we use the outdoor spa
often in both summer and winter," Ed
Back inside there's access to the
double garage from the dining room,
a modern kitchen with stone
benchtops and glass splashbacks,
and a compact laundry tucked behind
As you make your way upstairs, a
feature glass window extends to the
top floor offering great views of the
mountains and Woden.
Upstairs there's a balcony and a
large master bedroom with large
windows and modern white en suite.
The townhouse is ideal for
families, the professional couple or
those looking to downsize and is
conveniently located close to the
local schools, shops, Woden Town
Centre and Canberra Hospital.
1/31 Hurley Street, Mawson, is
open on Saturday, 10.45am to
11.30am, through LJ Hooker agent
Rod Meates, 0413 535 326. EER 3.5.
Take time to
smell the roses
-- or Asian lilies
Member for Canberra
January is the month of new beginnings.
It's a time when we take a break, catch our
breath, spend time with the people we love and
reflect on the last 12 months.
It's a time when we make plans on what we
want to do differently and what we want to do
better in the coming year.
It is a time when we start making those plans
I've made a number of professional and
personal resolutions for 2015, but probably the
most important one is to spend more time with
my husband, my family and my friends.
I know it's an age old resolution, which
usually falls in a heap once the pressures of
work, school, caring responsibilities and
sporting commitments mount up.
But I am determined this year to carve out
some space to be with the people I love,
physically, and not just catch up on their lives
fleetingly over the phone or through text, email
At a recent women's leadership conference I
was asked how I achieve work-life balance - I
was honest in saying, quite frankly, I don't.
After recharging my batteries over summer,
I've decided on a renewed focus this year in an
attempt to achieve greater balance in my life.
For me it means managing a rewarding and
demanding workload, while also sharing a meal
with Chris, pottering around the garden, getting
some soul food from our national institutions
and galleries, walking around the lake and
testing out new recipes on Sunday afternoons.
I know from my many conversations, mobile
offices, doorknocks, business walkarounds and
community forums that last year was a tough
one for Canberrans.
The tragedies in Sydney, Cairns and
Peshawar meant you headed into your
Christmas and holidays reeling.
So in 2015, I encourage you to spend more
time just hanging out with those you love and
take the time to stop and smell the roses ...
although my personal favourites are Asian
LEARN TO TOSS A BOOMERANG,
COOK DAMPER, MAKE BILLY TEA
If you've never had a billy tea, made a damper
or learnt to throw a boomerang now is your
chance. The ACT Parks and Conservation
Service will teach visitors to the Tidbinbilla
Nature Reserve about traditional lifestyles and
living in the bush. ACT Parks and Conservation
Service regional manager Brett McNamara said
a boomerang throwing demonstration will take
place on January 24 run by Aboriginal rangers
from 11am to noon, while on Wednesday
visitors can learn how to cook damper and billy
tea from 11am to 12.30pm. To make a booking
call 6205 1233 and bring your own bowl and
spoon for mixing.
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