Climate change triggers election day auction
JAYE Wei & Peter Zhang are packing up their Sinnamon Park home to follow their business overseas, aware that the spacious family home they have enjoyed for five years will be hard to find in China.
“I think definitely I will miss the space,” Ms Wei said.
“In China they all live in apartments, it’s smaller, more compact, it’s going to be quite a big adjustment.”
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Their two level home at 17 Staveley Close, Sinnamon Park, will go to auction on election day this Saturday and is bordered by pencil pine trees, with a low maintenance garden to complement a professional lifestyle.
Australia’s subtropical climate can be enjoyed to best advantage around the paved pool area, with a covered outdoor entertaining area for those year round barbecues that will be harder to plan in China’s land of climate extremes.
Upstairs has the master suite with private retreat and balcony, along with three other bedrooms and a separate rumpus.
Downstairs is the fifth bedroom, media room and living areas, one of which features a floor to ceiling poster of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge.