‘Like new’ home in Narangba perfect for young families

first_imgThe living area flows out to the patioAll the bedrooms have ceiling fans, down lights and carpet flooring. The main bathroom has a glass-screened shower, separate bathtub and crispy white tiles. There is also a separate laundry in the home. Outside, there is a tiled, undercover entertainment area that can be accessed from the living area and the main bedroom through sliding doors. The kitchen has stone benchtops and stainless steel appliancesThe home has a big open plan living, dining and kitchen area with airconditioning and large floor tiles. The kitchen has a 900mm gas cooktop and oven, stainless steel dishwasher, stone benchtop and pantry. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The main bedroom has airconditioning, a walk-in robe and an ensuite and the three other bedrooms all have built-in wardrobes. The home at 47 Catchment Ct is new to the market in NarangbaA SPACIOUS home designed for low maintenance living is new to the market in Narangba. The property at 47 Catchment Ct was built one year ago. Owner John Pert said the home had a modern design and felt like it was still brand new. “The kitchen is probably my favourite part of the home,” he said. “It just looks great.” center_img The main bedroom has an ensuite and patio accessThe property has high ceilings throughout and a remote controlled double lockup garage.The yard has been turfed and fully landscaped. Mr Pert said the home would suit a young family looking to be close to school. This property is close to Jinibara State School, Narangba Valley State High School, Narangba train station and local shops. According to CoreLogic data, the median price in Narangba is $451,500.last_img read more

Health Exchanges Will Help Some Retirees Bridge The Medicare Gap

first_imgHealth Exchanges Will Help Some Retirees Bridge The Medicare Gap This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. The New York Times reports on how the health law may assist some retired people who do not yet qualify for Medicare obtain affordable health insurance. In addition, Kaiser Health News details how the health law does and does not intersect with Medicare.  The New York Times: In New Health Law, A Bridge To MedicareThe sweeping federal health care law making its major public debut next month was meant for people like Juanita Stonebraker, 63, from Oakland, Md., who retired from her job in a hospital billing office a year and a half ago. She was able to continue her health insurance coverage from the hospital for a time, but when she tried to find an individual policy on her own, none of the insurers she contacted would cover her because she was diabetic (Abelson, 9/9).Kaiser Health News: Capsules: How Will Obamacare Affect Your Medicare Benefits?KHN’s Mary Agnes Carey appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal Monday morning to take questions about how the health law will affect Medicare’s benefits (9/9). Meanwhile, in other Medicare news, some small-town hospitals are concerned about how proposed reimbursement cuts could undermine their finances – The Texas Tribune: Rural Hospitals Wary Of Proposed Medicare CutsSmall-town hospitals are worried that a federal recommendation to cut costs by re-evaluating which rural hospitals receive higher Medicare reimbursements could threaten their financial security — and even prompt them to shut their doors (Aaronson, 9/10).last_img read more