Coastal properties were prominent on the list of homes most house hunters checked out this week

first_img33 Crestridge Crescent, OxenfordThe home was described as suitable for a first homebuyer or investor.Fourth most popular this week was 18 Susan St, Greenslopes.The three-bedroom home is listed for offers of more than $795,000. It is a classic 1930s Queenslander which has been updated throughout. It has an open lounge room and dining spaces and an enclosed sunroom. 7 Secret Valley, BuderimWHILE a Corinda home was Queensland’s most viewed property listing this week, coastal homes also proved to be in hot demand.According to realestate.com.au a home at 227 Dewar Tce, Corinda was the most viewed on its site in Queensland this week.The home described as a Palm Springs style home has six bedrooms and is scheduled for auction on August 26. 18 Susan St, GreenslopesIt was back to the coast for the fifth most popular listing this week, a four-bedroom home at 35 Jones Rd, Buderim.It is listed for offers of more than $500,000. 227 Dewar Tce, CorindaThe next most popular was a home at 7 Secret Valley, Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, which was listed for offers of more than $700,000.The four-bedroom home is next to a neighbouring private council reserve. The home has a games area and oversized stacker doors which lead to a covered deck.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoA four-bedroom at 33 Crestridge Crescent, Oxenford seeking offers of more than $399,000 has already been placed under contract. It came third on the list. 35 Jones Rd, BuderimThe split-level home has bush views and a large rear deck with overlooks green bushland.last_img read more

Syracuse earns No. 4 seed in NCAA tournament, will play winner of Penn-Albany in 2nd round

first_imgSyracuse has earned the No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament as well as a first-round bye. SU will host the winner of Pennsylvania and Albany in the second round on May 10 at SU Soccer Stadium.The Orange received an automatic berth into the NCAA tournament after winning the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. SU defeated then-No. 4 Boston College, then-No. 3 Duke and then-No. 2 North Carolina in a four-day stretch last week.“Much like I talked about the regular season preparing us for the playoffs, the ACC tournament’s very similar to playing in the NCAA tournament,” Syracuse head coach Gary Gait said on Thursday, “… I’m hoping it helped. I believe it will.”Despite its three-game stretch in the ACC tournament, the Orange (14-7, 3-4 ACC) lost 9-8 to No. 14 Loyola on Saturday, dropping to 6-5 in one-goal games.Gait said on Thursday that his team’s goal every season is to earn a top-four seed to gain home-field advantage until the final four. Despite its loss to Loyola, SU earned that opportunity.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange’s seven losses in a regular season is its most since 2011 and second-most since 2006. Last year, Syracuse earned the No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament and reached the national championship before falling to Maryland, 15-12, for the third time in 2014. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 3, 2015 at 9:20 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedslast_img read more