The living area at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf. “It’s just beautiful out there. We have barbecues out on the back deck and also downstairs. “We’ve even had a wedding (at the home) so there is plenty of space for entertaining.”The home is close to local shops, schools, public transport and the waterfront. It also has easy access to the highways to Brisbane city and the airport. The property is being marketed by Stephan Siegfried and Johanne Fenton of One Agency Redcliffe for $729,000. The front deck at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.On the lower level of the home there is a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and access to the two-way bathroom, which has dual basins and separate bath and shower.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Two of the three other bedrooms have built-in robes.There is also a tandem carport on this level along with a patio at the front and a porch at the back.Internal stairs lead up to the big open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with toilet and sunroom — perfect for use as an office. The kitchen at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.The big kitchen has plenty of bench and cupboard space, stainless-steel appliances and pantry.There is also front and back verandas for enjoying a cool afternoon drink or family barbecue.“The deck with its breezes and water glimpses is probably my favourite part of the home,” Ms McVay said. The home at 8 Maine Rd, Clontarf.THIS beautifully remodelled Queenslander is just moments from the waterfront in Clontarf.Sue McVay and Ash Mason bought the property at 8 Maine Rd 10 years ago after falling in love with its character charm.“It’s just got that quintessential Queenslander style,” Ms McVay said.“It’s the style of home we love.“It was completely remodelled before we bought it but we did redo the gardens from scratch. “We’ve also freshly painted inside and out.”
JOHNSTON — During her daily press conference this morning, Governor Kim Reynolds reviewed the newly-arranged COVID-19 data on the Iowa Department of Public Health’s website.“Yesterday I announced a significant update to the coronavirus.iowa.gov website where we’re now rolling Iowa’s COVID-19 numbers in real time. The latest update allows you to see case counts for the current day and look back at the numbers for any day since we began testing in early March. You can see trends for the state as a whole and individual counties. You can review data on specific demographics, recovered cases and reported deaths, and see results from serology testing.”Reynolds encourages Iowans to work their way around the website and learn more about the data available. “From the homepage of coronavirus.iowa.gov, click on current cases in the main navigation or just scroll down the page. The four graphs you see provide an at-a-glance view of individuals tested, individuals positive, total recovered and total deaths. Each bar graph provides the numbers of each individual day and includes a rolling 14-day trend line indicating what’s happening over time.”Reynolds says people can see trends easier with the update on the website. “While the numbers of Iowans testing positive are trending down, the number of individuals testing negative is trending up. In fact 1 in 34 Iowans test negative compared to 1 in 206 who test positive. We’ve also seen the percentage of individuals testing positive over time decrease gradually over the last two weeks. Currently our average positivity rate over time is 14.3% and yesterday’s rate was 7.1%.”The state COVID-19 website is coronavirus.iowa.gov.