58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.After more than eight years at their Springfield Lakes home Ajay and Shweta Jain are looking for a bigger property.The couple who have two children, aged 11 and 9, have loved living at 58 Carnarvon Ave. Mr Jain said he hoped to find a bigger home close to where they already live but with a swimming pool for their children.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a 448sq m block has been repainted inside, new kitchen appliances and new grass in the backyard. 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The Jains had been looking for the perfect property for a long time and said they liked this home in particular because the bedrooms were towards the back of the home providing plenty of privacy.Mr Jain said the home would best suit a young family.“We chose to live here because it’s a nicely developed area, and because of the schools,” he said.“There’s walkways, parks and tennis courts all around here.” 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.Electricity bills could be kept low with gas hot water and gas cooking.Mrs Jain said her two children loved the backyard and spent plenty of time outside.“It’s a private area,” she said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mrs Jain’s favourite part of her home is the kitchen where she does a lot of baking for her home-based cake business. The kitchen area at 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The property is at the top of a hill on the highest position of the street.Ray White – Waterford selling agent Ash Chawla said there was plenty of space in the backyard to add a large trampoline for kids to play.Mr Chawla said the patio looked out on to the low maintenance lawn.The property is close to Regatta Lake, and Springfield Lakes Boulevard oval. The Carnarvon St home is being sold with offers over $479,000.
For a while Sunday, it looked as if Giguere might cost them the game. He gave up questionable goals to Nashville’s Kimmo Timonen and J.P. Dumont, and the Ducks faced a 2-0 deficit by the end of the first period. “The first goal was deflected, so it was a tough play,” Giguere said. “The second goal was a bad goal. Things will happen. We’re all human and we make mistakes.” Selanne scored on a breakaway 1:04 into the second period. Dustin Penner’s deflection of Chris Pronger’s shot from the left point tied the score at 2-2 at 3:26 of the third period. Penner’s goal was his fifth in the past four games and increased his franchise record for a rookie to 24 in a season. email@example.com (310) 540-4201 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! He had been bailed out again in the Ducks’ 3-2 shootout victory over the Nashville Predators on Sunday night at the Honda Center. “I heard the puck hit the post, but I wasn’t sure if it was off the post and in or off the post and out,” Giguere said after Martin Erat’s shot in the third and final round of the shootout struck the right post and caromed away harmlessly. “I was just waiting for a reaction from somebody.” Ryan Getzlaf and Teemu Selanne scored for the Ducks in the shootout, and Paul Kariya scored for Nashville. Erat, attempting to send the shootout to a fourth round, beat Giguere high and to the glove side. The puck hit nothing but iron, however. Erat’s miss enabled the Pacific Division-leading Ducks to sneak away with a come-from-behind victory and extend their lead to eight points over the second-place Dallas Stars. The Ducks also are nine points ahead of the third-place San Jose Sharks. Western Conference-leading Nashville was without Jason Arnott (flu-like symptoms), Peter Forsberg (upper body injury), Scott Hartnell (broken foot), David Legwand (upper body) and Steve Sullivan (back spasms). For the Ducks, second in the West, winning their first division title means avoiding a possible first-round playoff matchup against the Predators. Goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere heard the puck clang off the goal post behind him, but wasn’t immediately sure whether that was a good thing or a bad thing. Giguere then saw his teammates on the bench erupt in celebration. He heard the roar of a sellout crowd and finally raised his arms in a delayed reaction of joy and relief.