85 Foxwood Circuit is new to the market in WakerleyA HOME built for family and entertaining is new to the market in Wakerley. Danny and Sharon Cooper built the property at 85 Foxwood Circuit six years ago and live at the address with their two sons, Mitchell, 16, and Josh, 13. “We built the home to be spacious and to have room to entertain,” Mr Cooper said. “It’s family friendly and suits a family with growing kids.“If our boys have friends over, they can all disappear upstairs to their own area and the adults can relax downstairs.“We definitely needed that kid friendly area so they could have their PlayStations and whatever else kids have.” The kitchen at 85 Foxwood Circuit, WakerleyUpstairs, the master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with shower and dual basins.The three other bedrooms have built-in robes and there in a main bathroom, separate toilet and a family room. The property has a double lockup garage, solar panels, ducted airconditioning and a water tank. Mr Cooper said the neighbourhood was family friendly and a great place to raise children. The swimming pool at 85 Foxwood Circuit, WakerleyThe Coopers are selling the Wakerley home to tackle a renovation project. “We want a new challenge,” Mr Cooper said. The property is being marketed by Dave Shorey from Harcourts Green Living. “When you walk into this house you can immediately feel a warm welcome. It’s been loved by the same owners for the whole of its life,” he said. The outdoor entertaining area at 85 Foxwood Circuit, WakerleyMr Cooper said the open plan kitchen, dining and living area, which opened to the outdoor patio area, was great for entertaining. “We have friends and family come over and we can just relax outside by the pool,” he said. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“And we’ve had traditional Christmas dinners here and Christmas in July celebrations too.” The Wakerley home also has a media room, a separate lounge, a study, a powder room and a laundry on the ground floor.
Press Association The decision by referee Kevin Friend provoked a storm of criticism after Brown appeared to win the ball and not even touch Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam. Sunderland confirmed they have lodged an intention to appeal against the decision with the Football Association and will send in a full appeal file before a deadline of 1pm on Tuesday. Sunderland have announced they will appeal against Wes Brown’s red card after the defender was sent off against Stoke at the weekend. A Sunderland spokeswoman told Press Association Sport: “We have lodged our intention to appeal against the decision.” Sunderland lost the match 2-0 and manager Gus Poyet demanded an apology from Premier League referees chief Mike Riley. Meanwhile, former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher believes Friend made a clear mistake. He told Sky Sports News: “I can keep this very short. We have to take it smack on the chin. The referee has lost concentration or not seen it. “It is not a red card, that’s all you can say. “Brown’s gone in hard but he’s entitled to do that. As a refereeing body you have to take that smack on the chin.” Meanwhile, FA sources have confirmed there will be no retrospective disciplinary action against Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney or Kevin Mirallas, who both escaped with bookings for incidents that many felt warranted red cards. Although the new rules brought in by FA chairman Greg Dyke took effect from this weekend which make it easier to take retrospective action, they only relate to cases where match officials did not see the incident. Rooney was booked by referee Neil Swarbrick for a kick at Cardiff’s Jordon Mutch, while Mirallas was cautioned for his high challenge on Suarez. An FA source said the officials in both cases had seen the incidents and made a judgement they warranted bookings rather than dismissals, and the FA is unable to ‘upgrade’ yellow cards to reds. Dyke announced the new rules after Chelsea’s Fernando Torres escaped action for scratching Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen. Although Torres was booked after the incident, that was for a trip rather than the scratching which followed, and which was unseen by the referee.