42 Spring St, Spring HillSpring is here which means one thing – it is time to head back outdoors.It also means that Spring Selling Season is upon us with a flurry of new listings starting to hit the market. Among them is 42 Hill St in Spring Hill. The tri-level, three-bedroom house was designed by Brisbane architect, Eddie Codd. The lower level has two bedrooms, a main bathroom, a study area and a secure garage, while the top level has a main bedroom with statement curved 3.8m ceilings, a separate study area, an ensuite with quality finishes and two balconies that capture city and suburban views.The main living area can be found on the middle level, which has an open plan design and 6m ceiling voids, hardwood flooring and natural light.It is here you will find the kitchen, which leads out on to a rear terrace with a cabana and plunge pool. In a “superb lifestyle location”, the property is being marketed by Ray White South Brisbane agent Luke Croft and will go under the hammer at 11am today.Another property geared for the start of Spring is 28 Feathertail Place at Gumdale. The living area flows outdoors, where an alfresco area incorporates an outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue and a meals bar next to the timber pool deck. There is also an outdoor shower and bathroom/dressing room off the pool deck.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago28 Feathertail Place, GumdaleInside, the design of the house includes soaring spaces and clean lines allowing for maximum light and airflow.The five-bedroom home is on the market for offers over $1.35 million and is being marketed by Ian Walkley of Place Manly. Also for sale is 21 Monet Crescent at Mackenzie. This five-bedroom house is described as a “grand family oasis” and could be yours for an offer over $849,000. 21 Monet Crescent, MackenzieIt sits on an elevated 770sq m block, and is positioned to capture the breezes in the warmer months.For the outdoor entertainment enthusiasts, there is a fully covered front patio for weekend barbecues, landscaped gardens and a large saltwater pool with resort style Bali-hut.The house is listed with Steve Song of Belle Property Carindale.
Photo © Ladies Football Facebook Tipperary’s Ladies Footballers go in search of an All Ireland title this weekend.They take on Tyrone in the Intermediate final at Croke Park on Sunday.The Premier ladies are unbeaten in competitive action this season. Manager Shane Ronayne is hoping they can add to a tremendous year.Throw-in on Sunday is at 1.45 – Tipp FM’s live coverage comes in association with Klassy Lady Boutique Cahir.
The five Tipperary league clubs remaining in the FAI Junior Cup know their fate following the drawfor the last thirty-two of the competition which took place last night.St Michael’s have been drawn away to Ballinasloe Town and Clonmel Town will make the trip to Dublin to take on the famed Tolka Rovers.Three of the Tipp sides involved have been drawn at home with Clonmel Celtic hosting Newmarket Celtic, Usher Celtic will pay a visit to Galbally United and Nenagh Celtic will welcome Mervue United to North Tipperary. Photo © Pixabay Those teams could still be joined by another Tipperary club in the sixth round by Carrick United if they beat Straide & Foxford in the fifth round.The winner of that tie will take on Ayrfield United in the last thirty-two.