Inside the home at 31 Musgrave Rd, Toowong.“It worked really well for us,” Ms Roden said.“We built and designed the home for teenagers. They usually had their friends over on a Friday and Saturday night.“Now the house is too big to live in on my own.”More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Set on a 866sq m block, Ms Roden described the home as peaceful.“It’s surrounded by greenery. On both my decks I can look out to Mt Coot-tha and I love the views,” she said. The home at 31 Musgrave Rd, Toowong.She hopes a family with children buys her home as the back yard is spacious. “We were going to put in a lap pool down the side, but my son was a soccer player and really took to that area,” she said.“He put in a soccer net and chose that over the pool.” Ms Roden said the next owner could possibly put in a lap pool if they wanted and said there was room to expand inside and out. The home at 31 Musgrave Rd, Toowong.A change of circumstances has prompted Suzy Roden to sell her beautiful home in Brisbane’s western suburbs.The five-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 31 Musgrave St, Toowong, was built in 1999.Ms Roden said she moved in during September, 1999, and had loved living at the property.Hoping to stay in the area, Ms Roden said the home was the perfect place to bring up her two children, who enjoyed their teenage years there. The deck at 31 Musgrave Rd, Toowong.The two-storey home is close to private schools, shops and public transport.Ms Roden said minor renovations had been done to the home including redoing the floors, carpets, and repainting.She said the kitchen and bathrooms had also been revamped.Ms Roden said she loved the living area of the home because when she invited friends around they just lifted up the rug and that area became a dance floor.
E3 2019 – Nintendo today confirmed one of the most terrifying and creepy horror games ever made is coming to the Switch. The Switch is growing up, and very bloody and mature games like Alien: Isolation are showing up on the handheld-hybrid system. It’s quite refreshing to see as Creative Assembly’s macabre masterpiece deserves all the praise it can get, and the game will undoubtedly get a lot on its brand new home on the exceptionally lucrative platform. Set for a launch sometime in 2019, the Switch port of Alien: Isolation is in good hands. It’ll be developed by Feral Interactive, who ported the survival horror simulator onto Mac and Linux. We should see inventive use of the Switch’s JoyCons accelerometer and gyroscope sensors to allow interactive corner-peeking and such. Alien: Isolation coming to Switch is absolutely huge for SEGA and FOX. The original game didn’t sell as well as SEGA hoped, and a sequel was ruled out. With any luck the spark of sales on Switch will help convince the powers that be that Isolation is worth returning to. FOX is actually making a new Alien game at its Cold Iron studio, but it’s not a survival game. It’ll be an MMO shooter for consoles and PC, and I predicted it’ll closely match the sci-fi action of the original 1986 Aliens film. As the Alien movies prove, there’s room for both terror and action in the franchise.