The home’s back-patio-sometimes-Lego room.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoTheir block was also set well above the road, so their home’s front balcony was a favourite place for ‘family time.’ The front veranda became a favourite space to spend ‘family time.’“Because you’re elevated, it’s a nice spot and you don’t feel like people are walking past and can see your space,” Ms Mayberry said.“You’re in touch with the street but you’ve got your own sense of space, so we spent a lot of time out there as a family.” The back yard is like an extension of the living space.While the couple’s next move may well be a larger block further from the city, Ms Mayberry said she’ll be sad to leave their cottage and its suburb.“Where going to miss a lot about this area. We’re definitely going to miss Oxford St and our favourite sushi place, and Hawthorne Garage (grocery) which we can walk to. It’s a lovely area to live in. We’ll definitely miss the lifestyle this place offers.”26 Dutton St, Hawthorne is being auctioned on-site by Ty Babbidge of Brisbane Real Estate — Indooroopilly at noon on Saturday August 19.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair The home is set well above the road.She said the 1920s cottage and its 405sq m site adapted well to their growing family after their second child arrived five years ago. Ms Mayberry said between the internal area, the front and rear outdoor rooms and the back yard, they’ve always found room to move. “At times we’ve set up the back terrace as pretty much a rumpus room out there where we’ve had tables full of Lego and everything, so it’s been flexible that way. There’s something about these houses that they seem to swallow up everything you throw at them,” she said. 26 Dutton Street, Hawthorne is cute two-bedroom cottage that adapted well to it’s growing family. Photo: realestate.com.auWhen Clare Mayberry and husband, Russell Grady, bought 26 Dutton St, Hawthorne in 2009, it had the right fundamentals but the wrong look.“It wasn’t occupied and it was painted in dark blue and yellow — it needed some love and attention,” Ms Mayberry said.The couple made a few thoughtful changes which resulted in the clean, open feel they wanted in their home.“The bones were already there — we didn’t have to do a lot. It was a bit of a diamond in the rough,” Ms Mayberry said. The light filled internal spaces felt bigger once the repaint was finished. A warm home with some classic features.The back lawn also became and extension of the living space, connecting well with the patio and internal area.“That yard space has been perfect for them. There’s enough room — there’s a trampoline there and a swing set and everything, so it’s been great,” Ms Mayberry said.“It’s just across the road from the park too.”
BHS Wrestling vs. Jennings County results from November 22.The Batesville High School wrestling team traveled to Jennings County to face off for their 6th dual meet of the season. The Bulldogs started the night with a great win from freshman Caleb Bischoff-Niese in the 106lb class. Niese won by a 11-7 decision over Teagan Johnson earning three team points for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs next win came from the final match of the night from senior Jon Kurtz in the 220lb class. Kurtz defeated Dakota Pearson by 11-9 earning the final three points of the night for the Bulldogs. The night ended with the Panthers on top of the Bulldogs 72-6. The Bulldogs season record drops to 2-4.Additional Varsity wrestlers competing for the Bulldogs included: JT Linkel, Jonah Chase, Jon Vincent, Ethan Meyer, Chris Schene, Drew McLeod, Axel Garcia, and Drew Garbarini. Varsity wrestlers Michael Deal, Jackson Wooldridge, and Abram Garcia were sidelined for the evening but will be back for the upcoming match against Madison. Not having these wrestlers in the lineup was a huge disadvantage for the Bulldogs but gave some of our freshman replacing them a good taste of varsity wrestling. The experience they gained will benefit them all as the season moves forward.Reserve Wrestlers competing for the Bulldogs include a lineup of four freshman: Mason Green, Nick Nobbe, Malachi Kirby, and Conner Batchelor.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Deal.