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Mitchell House, Edmonton. Picture: Marc McCormack“All too often people look at something and think it would just be easier to get rid of it, but you lose part of the community when that happens.” Mr and Mrs Gourde, who live on the Northern Beaches, have now put Mitchell House on the market.The house features polished concrete floors and high ceilings, while the yard is replete with fruit trees.Approvals are also in place for subdivision.Selling agent Hannah Fuller of Belle Property said the owners had done an “amazing job”.“The interest in the property so far has mostly been from people looking for plenty of space … there aren’t many of these sorts of properties going around,” she said.Mitchell House is listed for $479,000. Call Hannah Fuller on 0400 036 048 for more information. “Mitchell House” co-owner Sherie Guorde. Picture: Marc McCormackA CAIRNS couple has meticulously restored a historic Edmonton house after delving into its rich past.Sherie and Stefan Gourde became intrigued by the three-bedroom property at 8 Jubilee St.“It was in quite a terrible state when we bought it as an investment last year,” Mrs Gourde said.“We originally thought about demolishing the house after looking at the amount of work that was needed.“But after getting to know the property, we thought it would be a tremendous shame to lose part of Cairns’ history.” Mrs Gourde started talking to Kay Earl, a well-known marriage celebrant and nearby Edmonton resident, who helped shed a fascinating light on the home’s “many characters” from years gone by including a “world-renowned porcelain potter”. She discovered the land was bought in 1925 by Charles Mitchell, who helped build houses for returned servicemen after World War I.Keen to dig deeper, Mrs Gourde made contact with Mr Mitchell’s granddaughter – a Far North local – through ancestry.com.“We struck gold … and all of a sudden it became quite a personal project,” she said. Now, after about a year of “breathing life” into the 1942sq m property, pictures of Mr Mitchell and his wife Diamond are proudly on display.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms3 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns3 days ago“It wasn’t something we ever intended to do but felt it was important for people to know what its roots were,” Mrs Gourde said.
Having run well in the French and Irish Guineas already this season, Gale Force Ten was sent off the 9-2 favourite as he dropped in class and trip. He made what looked a race-winning move two furlongs out when getting a break on the field, but Montiridge quickened up well and just edged in front 100 yards from the line. Gale Force Ten provided Aidan and Joseph O’Brien with their third winner of this year’s Royal Ascot when battling back to beat Montiridge in the Jersey Stakes. To his credit, Gale Force Ten battled back to win by a head, with Godolphin’s Tawhid performing well in third and Garswood in fourth. O’Brien junior said: “He’s very tough, but I was praying someone would come to me as he was being very idle. When he saw the other horse he put his head down. He got a mile very well at the Curragh, that’s why I didn’t want to get too far back. He’s small but he has a big heart.” Aidan O’Brien said: “He fought back well. He’s a hardy horse, a strong horse and loves that fast ground. Joseph said in an ideal world he would not want to be in front as long as that. “He could step up to a mile or go back to six furlongs, which is unusual. Over six furlongs he would not want to be in front as long as that.” Richard Hannon, trainer of Montiridge, said: “He’s a better horse on better ground, it’s quite quick out there. “He’s quite good. There’s a few French races for him. The Prix Jean Prat is only in 10 days, but you never know.” Saeed bin Suroor, trainer of Tawhid, said: “We were worried about the ground – he would prefer it softer – but he handled it and he ran a huge race. There is no target, we’ll find another Group race for him.” Press Association
The boss has moved to ease any pressure on the £12million striker with the Baggies having scored just four goals in their first six league games. The Venezuela international has netted once in his first six outings, leading the Baggies’ line while Saido Berahino was left out during his transfer saga with Tottenham. Press Association Rondon will return against Everton on Monday after being rested for the Capital One Cup defeat at Norwich and Pulis insisted the summer buy from Zenit St Petersburg can cope with the expectation and fee. “We’re just hoping he gets a bit more luck in front of goal, but it doesn’t seem to affect him. He doesn’t seem that type of character,” he said. “Nothing seems to faze him, he’s just a good lad. “He could have had four or five easily, I’m sure he’ll score the goals. “Salomon has been fantastic and every game we’ve played he scored a goal or two and has been very unfortunate not to. “He’s another one who’s come into the club whose attitude is fantastic. “That’s something you look at as a manager and already he’s got tremendous respect in the dressing room, not only for his ability but the way he conducts himself.” Berahino is likely to partner Rondon in the Barclays Premier League on Monday after also being rested for the 3-0 loss at Carrow Road on Wednesday, but Pulis dismissed any suggestions the defeat will have a bearing against Everton after he made 10 changes. “It has no reflection on what we do against Everton,” he said. “People will not question Sheffield Wednesday who made 10 changes because they won (against Newcastle) – that’s the difference.” Manager Tony Pulis has backed record buy Salomon Rondon to handle West Brom’s goalscoring burden and ignore his huge price tag.