The home at 30-32 Redgum Drive, Burpengary. Picture: Supplied.THIS property was created as a family oasis complete with unique home, matching cubby house and established gardens on a 3001sq m block.Owner Chris Logan said he designed the home at 30-32 Redgum Drive, Burpengary himself and had plans drawn up by an architect. “I’d been looking to buy a home and had gone to about a hundred homes to view, so I took the best of what I liked from them,” he said. Mr Logan said he wanted a one-off elevated house to take advantage of the views and breezes, as well as a home that could grow with his two daughters. The upstairs deck at 30-32 Redgum Drive, Burpengary.Upstairs, the house has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens through bi-fold doors to the deck.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The main suite has a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and deck access. The three remaining bedrooms have wardrobes and there is also a family bathroom on this level.Downstairs there is a fifth bedroom, third bathroom and a rumpus room with wet bar, opening to a level lawn space. Mr Logan said the house was extended “quite significantly” in about 2005 to add an extra living space and bring the bedroom count to five. The main living space has high ceilings and exposed beams. Picture: Supplied.“The house has transitioned into an entertainer’s home that can host a hundred people, but it’s still a very much loved home,” he said. Mr Logan said his favourite thing about the property was its uniqueness. “The house is effectively spread across three levels with a whole lot of variety in terms of the different spaces. There’s also the exposed beams, high ceilings and the strong angular design,” he said. Outside, the property includes established gardens and a cubby house built by Mr Logan’s father.“It matches the house not just in colour and style, but also in uniqueness,” Mr Logan said. “It was a feature of the neighbourhood in the early days.”The home is being marketed by Rebecca Matthews of NVRE Agents Narangba and is for sale for offers over $669,000.
We had a fracas. Gilmore. The Mccourtys. Jon Jones. Corey Davis. AJ Brown. Dion Lewis making gestures to the Pats sidelines but then laughing #Patriots #Titans— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) August 15, 2019Vrabel said he understands tempers are likely to flare as helmets clash, but was just happy things didn’t escalate beyond shoving.”I’m going to make sure we do (joint practices) with people that we trust that aren’t sharing information and practice the same way we do, and believe in competing hard and finishing by not throwing punches,” Vrabel said. “I understand that it’s competitive — they’re pro football players. We want them to be really competitive. Tom Brady gifts ex-teammate Mike Vrabel mini trophy of last year’s Patriots-Titans score Mike Vrabel is setting the record straight.The Titans coach downplayed the seriousness of the skirmish that broke out during Thursday’s joint practice with the Patriots, shrugging it off as football players just playing rough. “If that’s a fight to you, man you’ve never been in a fight,” Vrabel said, per NFL Media. “We just don’t want any punches thrown.”NFL Network’s Mike Giardi had described the incident as a “fracas” between cornerback Stephon Gilmore and wide receiver A.J. Brown that eventually ended with laughs. Related News Baker Mayfield on hype surrounding Browns: ‘I’d say the chatter doesn’t matter’ Tom Brady says ‘hell no’ to becoming football coach “Is there going to be pushing and shoving? Yeah, I would figure there would be. But can they play with enough composure to break it up like they do in a game and go back? There’s pushing and shoving in every game, and if you don’t throw a punch they’re going to let you go back into the huddle.”Vrabel didn’t share the same passion for his gift from former teammate Tom Brady, who gave Vrabel a trophy earlier Thursday to celebrate the Titans’ regular-season win over the Patriots last year.”I don’t even know where it is right now,” Vrabel said.