The home at 3 Westbrook St, Woody Point.THIS renovated coastal cottage is on a quiet street within walking distance from the beach in Woody Point. The owners bought the property at 3 Westbrook St two years ago and have transformed it into a light and bright home with timber floorboards and high ceilings.At the front of the home there is a lovely timber deck looking out over the low-maintenance lawn and quiet street.The front door opens to the spacious living area with decent-sized windows letting in natural light. The living area at 3 Westbrook St, Woody Point.Further into the home, there is a modern kitchen with white cabinetry and plenty of space for the dining table. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The master and second bedrooms have built-in robes and there is a bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity. At the back of the home, there is a second toilet and a big laundry area with plenty of storage in the built-in cupboards. The kitchen at 3 Westbrook St, Woody Point.Marketing agents Loren Mulholland and Jonathan Gordon said the home was in the perfect space to capture the cool bay breezes.“This immaculate three-bedroom renovated cottage is made for bayside living and is ready for you move straight in,” Ms Mulholland said. “Being on a quiet street in a highly sought after area, you’re sure to feel right at home as soon as you walk in.”The home is close to the beach, Woody Point Park and the Woody Point Jetty. The front deck at 3 Westbrook St, Woody Point.Out the back of the home, there is a paved, covered entertainment area that looks out over the low-maintenance backyard. This is the perfect space for family barbecues and get-togethers in the summer months. The home is north-facing and is on a 455sq m block.
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments Share Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Beleaguered Cardinals left tackle Levi Brown knows the spotlight is on him, and it’s likely brighter than usual after allowing three sacks — two of which led to fumbles — in Sunday’s 27-24 loss to St. Louis. “I can handle it,” Brown said. “The spotlight’s always on me. I get back to work Wednesday and I’ll do what I gotta do.”The line allowed pressure on 15 of Carson Palmer’s 44 dropbacks, according to Pro Football Focus, with Brown and right tackle Eric Winston each allowing five. Though Pro Football Focus gave Brown a -2.8 grade in pass protection, he was the only Cardinals offensive lineman to grade positive for run blocking. – / 27 Head coach Bruce Arians said a left tackle’s struggles stand out more than any other position on the line, and while Brown “reverted back” to bad habits in technique at times, he was able to stop Rams defensive end Robert Quinn “a bunch,” and was effective in the run game. “You do poorly on four plays (three sacks and one holding penalty), they’re really going to stand out at left tackle,” Arians said. “When you give up the big ones and there are sack-fumbles, there is concern. But I think they are correctable.”Cardinals general manager Steve Keim had a slightly different take on Brown’s struggles. “There’s no way to sugar coat it,” Keim told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “I take it personal, because it wasn’t good enough. And I think it starts with me. It comes down to making sure that (offensive coordinator) Harold Goodwin and (offensive line coach) Larry Zierlein continue to work with him.” Brown and Arians said much of his struggles are technique related, specifically regarding his hand placement in pass protection. “Obviously what they told me is correctable,” said Brown, who saw his first regular-season action since 2011 on Sunday after suffering a torn right triceps last preseason. “Whether there was or wasn’t rust, that’s not the result I wanted to get.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact