111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach.A HOUSE fronting popular Tallebudgera Creek sold under the hammer on the weekend for $3.3 million – smashing the street record.Overlooking Tallebudgera Creek, the residence at 111 Tallebudgera Rd, Palm Beach is one of just four north-facing main creek homes that has direct access to its own private beach with views of the park. 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach“Justin Nickerson was our auctioneer and did an exceptional job getting the ball rolling and kept the atmosphere pumping.”Mr Wildermoth described it as a “once in a generation” sale.CoreLogic property records show the property, which was on the market as an estate sale, last changed hands in 1998.It was built by its original owner, the late Tony Ingwersen who founded a prominent local law firm, after he bought the land in 1986.The previous highest sale on the street was No. 107 which changed hands for $3 million in 2007. 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm BeachMore from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIt was offered to the market at an onsite auction on Sunday.“It was an exceptional turn out even with the intermittent downpours throughout the day,” said marketing agent Rhys Wildermoth of First National Palm Beach said.“We had a solid turnout of 150 groups and 18 registered bidders.“The auction didn’t disappoint with plenty of bids being passed back and forth until finally settling at $3.3 million. 111 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach
A mother is claiming that her infant became sick after injesting what she now believes was a container of baby formula that may have been filled with flour.The incident occurred last month in Phoenix, Arizona.According to Madeline Roque, she purchased the formula from her local Walmart but noticed her 9-month-old daughter developed a case of gas and began throwing up the formula.Roque says she didn’t notice that something was off until the second time she fed her daughter the formula and the samething happened.That time she dumped the formula out into the sink and realized that the consistency did not seem right.“When I poured the bottle in the sink and saw how it got, that’s when it hit me,” Roque told KPNX.Roque says she now believes someone may have swapped the baby formula out with flour.While the incident has not yet been confirmed, Walmart says they are now conducting their own investigation.Authorities in the area also reported that they have had several reports of people purchasing baby formula, swapping it out with flour and then returning it to the store for cash.