The kitchen at 76 Mukine St, Jindalee.With plans to move to Buderim, she hopes another family will move into the home, where children can grow up.“The house lends itself to complete separation,” she said.“There’s the opportunity for interstate guests to enjoy that separation of areas.”Ms Elsy described her home, which is on a 604sq m block, as “seasonal”.“We have a veranda on the right hand side and in winter it’s a sun trap,” she said.“You can really enjoy the warmth by the beautiful sunshine.“In the summer time, the back veranda in the evening is lovely to enjoy the breezes which come from the river.”The home, which has two levels, features a formal living and dining room upstairs. The home at 76 Mukine St, Jindalee is on the market for offers over $660,000.For the past 11 years Kay Elsy has lived in her Jindalee home which she describes as a “private sanctuary”. Ms Elsy said she had done some “small things” to the home at 76 Mukine St. “I’ve lowered the patio area and done some painting,” she said.“Whoever has lived here has always done something to the home overtime.“This home is beautiful, there’s no denying that.” The dining area at 76 Mukine St, Jindalee.Ms Elsy, who is semi-retired, said as soon as she walked through the door she felt safe and “at home”.“This has really been my sanctuary,” she said.“I have gone through a divorce and some situations and being here in this environment has helped me.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“Whoever comes home and sits on the veranda enjoys the sounds of the birds. It’s really lovely and peaceful.”She said the home was extremely private.“It really is a nurturing environment,” Ms Elsy said.
O’Neill told BBC Five Live’s Sportsweek Coleman’s operation was a success following his injury in the World Cup qualifier against Wales on Friday.There have been no more departures from the Ireland squad ahead of Tuesday’s friendly with Iceland.
“We’re just keeping him on the side, working,” Marrone said at the time. “He’ll be fine. We’re not concerned about it.”When asked if there’s any concern, Marrone replied, “Nothing. Zero. It’s a bruise. That’s it. That’s why I want to be sure to set it straight.”As for the rest of his squad, Marrone is pleased with how things are coming together so far. Jaguars rookie Josh Allen dealing with knee injury, not practicing Jacksonville’s top rookie is in jeopardy of missing mandatory minicamp next week.The Jaguars are scheduled to hold their workouts June 11-13, but coach Doug Marrone told reporters Thursday that pass rusher Josh Allen is unlikely to participate. Giants QB Eli Manning motivated by winning, not rookie Daniel Jones “I’ll probably just as safety hold him until he’s ready for camp,” Marrone said, via the team’s official website . “Technically he could be ready to go next week.”Allen, who was selected seventh overall in April’s draft, is dealing with a bruised knee suffered early during OTAs and has already missed the majority of the team’s sessions. However, Marrone said last month it’s just a precautionary measure and he isn’t worried about Allen being sidelined for an extended period. Related News Broncos cancel final minicamp practice for field day “The players who are out here now have done the best job I’ve ever seen of not being on the ground,” Marrone said. “Helmets aren’t getting involved in anything. A lot of times inside when you go 11-on-11, those helmets can hit a shoulder. Guys are working with each other. “This is the best group I’ve ever had as far as working together and staying up, so if that remans through training camp and the mandatory minicamp, then we’ll be fine.”For now, Allen will continue working with trainers on the sidelines in preparation for training camp next month.