The striking black and white kitchen at 4 Willis Close, Keperra. Picture supplied.The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite, while the other three rooms are large and have built-in wardrobes.The open plan lounge, dining and family areas flow out to a back deck, with views over the estate.Other features include high ceilings and polished timber floors. The lounge room at 4 Willis Close, Keperra. Picture supplied.The house has been repainted and a new kitchen and split-system airconditioning installed in the time they’ve lived there.The striking black and white gourmet kitchen has stone benches, sleek cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The back deck on the house at 4 Willis Close, Keperra. Picture supplied.That’s because their 12-year-old will start secondary school next year.The Scomazzons “pounced on” the property when it became available for sale after renting it for several months.“We were in love with where we were, so we bought it,” Mrs Scomazzon said.“I just thought ‘This is home’.”More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 This family home at 4 Willis Close, Keperra, is for sale. Picture supplied.KNOWING how fast houses sell in Keperra, it’s no wonder Lisa and Richard Scomazzon are reluctant to let go of their cherished family home.After nearly 11 years at 4 Willis Close, the couple have decided it’s time for a change, but Mrs Scomazzon can’t hide her emotion.“It’s a bit bittersweet, but time for new beginnings,” she said. “We’re just looking at downsizing and moving closer to the high school.” One of the bedrooms at 4 Willis Close, Keperra. Picture supplied.The house is on a 591sq m block with low maintenance gardens.Houses take an average of 11 days to sell in Keperra, making it the capital’s fastest selling suburb. “It’s handy to everything, only 10km to the city, you’ve got Brookside shopping centre close by, beautiful cafes and restaurants – and it’s a fast developing suburb,” Mrs Scomazzon said.Keperra has a median house price of $537,250, according to property research firm CoreLogic.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Whether we like it or not, summer is coming to an end, and there’s no better way to embrace the transition to fall than by stocking up on some warm blankets. Residents were able to do just that as the medical center hosted their two–day quilt sale.The lobby of Alpena’s MidMichigan Medical Center was filled with quilts, comforters, linens, and more. A Lansing-based company provided all items with a deal of 20% off, to help raise funds for a good cause. Different patterns were on site, ranging from adult to kid and even animal print. The event was convenient for patients, visitors, and employees… as they stocked up on their fall and winter blankets.Today was the last day of the quilt sale, and this year the event was equally successful, raising money that will go towards maintaining and improving the MidMichigan Medical Center.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious School Staff Remind Drivers to Watch Out For Students During School Drop Off TimesNext Farmers Market Fundraiser Brings Over 300 People to the APLEX