41 Oppermann Drive, Ormeau.Triple M’s super sales agent Lauren Fitch is sadly waving goodbye to her family home at Ormeau.The glamorous account manager has been commuting from 41 Oppermann Drive to the radio station’s headquarters at North Quay on and off for the past six years. Lauren Fitch“It’s an easy commute and it is worth it, as I love that house,” Ms Fitch said.Her parents, Robyn and Julian, purchased the elevated five-bedroom property at auction around 17 years ago.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago41 Oppermann Drive, Ormeau.“I have moved rooms three times because there’s so many,” Ms Fitch joked.“The view from the deck is amazing, so is the space for all my clothes.”Ms Fitch has relocated a number of times but has always enjoyed returning to her family’s hilltop retreat.“I’ve moved back home three times now,” she laughed. 41 Oppermann Drive, Ormeau.“It’s a bit sad knowing I won’t have that option in the future.”The two-storey sprawling home offers a spectacular 180-degree view over cane fields to North Stradbroke Island.It’s listed for sale with NGU Real Estate’s Drs Paul and Amy Howe.“The construction is of an extraordinarily high standard that you just don’t see these days,” Dr Paul Howe said.“Its location is also a wonderful plus as it’s surrounded by acreage properties, yet access to the M1 and Brisbane’s CBD or Gold Coast beaches is extremely convenient.”The home is described by Dr Howe as a grand Federation home.The property oozes character with its vaulted ceilings in the entrance, gold taps, picture rails, ornate cornices, ceiling rosettes and intrically laid Italian tiles.
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The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary on Tuesday, Oct. 9.Crimes against a personat 9:24 a.m., DPS officers responded to a report of two non-USC males involved in an altercation inside the Norris Medical Library and detained them for investigation. The officers determined that the dispute was only verbal and both subjects were released after being advised that any further disturbances would result in them being barred from the facility.Crimes against propertyat 9:02 a.m., two witnesses reported they observed a group of people detain a suspect who appeared to be fleeing from Jefferson Boulevard and Figueroa Street possibly with a stolen laptop computer. The laptop was recovered from the suspect and returned to an unidentified male who then left the area. The suspect also left the area and he and the male could not be located during a subsequent search of the area by DPS officers.Miscellaneous incidentsat 11:49 a.m., DPS officers responded to a traffic collision on Olive Street and Washington Boulevard involving two vehicles, one of which was a University vehicle driven by a staff member. An LAFD RA unit was at the scene examining the driver of the second vehicle when the officers arrived, and the driver was subsequently released to seek medical treatment on his own. LAPD officers were also present to conduct a traffic investigation.