Hobart Weekly News

6 HOBArT WeeKLY NeWS I TUESDAY, 14 MAY, 2024 SANDY BAY, 23 Nicholas Drive Offers over $1,250,000 3 2 3 Wolf Property - Tasmania, Kerri-Louise Hooper 0439 976 979 Enviably located to capture stunning views of the Derwent River and bathe in sunlight; this fully renovated home is simply perfect. There is nothing to do here except move in and enjoy the convenience of modern living and a fully landscaped yard. This dual-level home presents an opportunity to have a guest area downstairs with a separate bathroom and study area or use it as a fourth bedroom. It would also be a brilliant home office filled with light and a picturesque outlook. The open-plan living area upstairs flows seamlessly from the kitchen to the lounge and dining and out to the balcony. Warm and inviting, you will love spending time in this room. The master bedroom is spacious and complete with a walk-in robe and a breathtaking vista. There are two other bedrooms on this level and a large family bathroom with a tub to soak in. The backyard has been thoughtfully designed to offer an oasis of colour and useable areas for entertaining or to unwind. You will be delighted with the maturity of the garden and its beauty in all seasons. There is parking and expansive storage in the garage, with additional parking available. This is a home that would suit a myriad of people, from professional couples to families or those looking to simplify yet not wanting a townhouse. This is a beautiful home with a prestigious address. Perfect and ready Frances Meulders came first in the Under-15s on the Enduro trail at the Organ Pipes Classic trail run on Sunday, May 5 with a time of 2:21:12:6. (PS kunanyi Trail Series) Michael Smith won the Overall Sport five-kilometre trail with a time of 26:19:3, Niko Strutton came in second with a time of 28:44:7 and Oliver McCadie came in third with a time of 28:54:2. (PS kunanyi Trail Series) Leyla Iten came third in the Women’s on the Sport fivekilometre trail with a time of 37:51:2, Jess McDonald came first with a time of 35:12:1 and Marilyn Owen came in second with a time of 37:10:1. (PS kunanyi Trail Series) The Organ Pipes Classic trail run was held on Sunday, May 5. Over 150 runners tackled either the five-kilometre Sport trail or the 13kilometre Enduro trail. Michael Smith won the Overall Sport trail with a time of 26:19:3 and David Bailey won the Overall Enduro trail with a time of 1:04:29:3. Nine-year-old Frances Meulders won the Under-15 Enduro trail with a time of 2:21:12:6. Young runner with endurance