33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThe property was launched to the market last weekend and already there had been a solid response with 15 groups through at the first open inspection.Ms Mahoney said those who had seen it really liked the aspect and green space around the house and the fact it has good street appeal.“It’s a very clever design,’’ she said. “It sits beautifully in the landscape.’’Ms Mahoney said the four-bedroom home stood out because it was a little bit different to other homes now on the market. The contemporary looking house has spotted gum flooring throughout and includes top-of-the- range airconditioning.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaIT STARTED out life as a display home, so nothing was left to chance when this home at 33 Zoe Court, Mount Louisa, was built.Marketing agent Julie Mahoney of Ray White said the current owners bought it only four years ago, so it was still like new and because it had been built as a display home all the top-end fixtures and fittings were included. 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThe living and dining area are open plan with high ceilings and there is a study nook in this area.The living areas flow out onto the deck. A media room is at the front of the house and can be used as a fourth bedroom.A separate powder room can be found close to the living and entertainment area and there are oversized windows used throughout the home which allow for the delightfully vast views.The property has secure double car accommodation which has an automatic garage door. 33 Zoe Court, Mount LouisaThere are views from the main bedroom with green space views from the bed and the ensuite has a bath and separate shower.Ms Mahoney described the home on 978sq m as the “best of the best’’.The house is due for auction on Tuesday, July 3, at 6pm.A large timber deck has glass balustrading and a sink and offers mountain views and yard.In the kitchen there are black granite benchtops, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and mirrored splashback.
Share UWF Volleyball Wins Opening Round Match in the GSC Tournament Nov. 9, 2007 Box Score SEARCY, Ark. – The West Florida Volleyball team opened up the Gulf South Conference Tournament, with a convincing 3-0 win over Ouachita Baptist, to move into the semifinals. The Argos will take on Henderson State tomorrow (Saturday, Nov. 10) at Noon in the first semifinal match. West Florida disposed of the Lady Tigers by a 30-15, 30-20, 30-28 score, while Henderson State defeated West Alabama in three straight games also.In the Quarterfinal match, the Argos opened up with some strong hitting from Freshmen Chelsea Wilhoite (Jacksonville, Fla.) and Junior Luciana Rapach (Porto Alegre, Brazil). The two combined for 10 kills in the opening game. The Argos hit .471 in the first game, with 18 kills and only two errors. The first game ended with Rapach serving three consecutive aces. Madeline Gonzalez recorded 17 assists in the first game, and she would end the match with a total of 45.In game two, the Argos got out to an early 10 point lead, but Ouachita Baptist kept hanging around, thanks to a stretch of three consecutive service errors by the Argos. However, West Florida managed to hit .302 with 19 kills, including six from Junior Kimberly Clark (St. Petersburg, Fla.). The Argos also had five blocks in game two, including three that Danielle Spitzer (Sr. / Birmingham, Ala.) was a part of, to snuff out the Lady Tigers attack.In game three, Ouachita Baptist played a very feisty defense with 23 of their 51 total digs in the third game. The Argos still hit .250, with 17 kills, but the Tigers hung around and tied the score at 24 and 26, before falling 30-28. Breanne Garrett led Ouachita Baptist with 16 kills, including eight in the third game. Rapach, who was recently named the East Division Player of the year, had six kills including two late in the game to seal the win.In the end, the Argos moved to 31-5 on the season, while Ouachita Baptist dropped to 14-23 in their final match of the season. Rapach led the Argos with 15 kills, while Clark added 12, and Isabela Gualberto (Sr. / Brazil) put away 11. Outside Hitter Danielle Spitzer hit an impressive .533 with 8 kills and zero errors, for the most efficient offensive display. Wilhoite added six kills, and 10 digs. Four other Argos also had double digit digs, as Clark led the team with 15, followed by Jerica Carter with 13, and Gonzalez with 12. Rapach was the other Argonaut with 10 digs. Meanwhile, Becky Cunningham led Ouachita Baptist with 22 digs.West Florida will play their next match against the Henderson State Lady Reddies, who are now 22-9 on the season, following their 3-0 win over West Alabama. Henderson State is lead by Kenyan Edith Musebe, who recorded 33 kills in the win over West Alabama. The semifinal match is set for 12:00 Noon on Saturday with the winner moving to the conference final at 7:30 Saturday night. Print Friendly Version
Ghana Captain Asamoah Gyan has hailed Golden Eaglets attacking midfielder Taiwo Awoniyi for putting up a superlative display to help Nigeria secure a 4-1 victory over Iran in the Round of 16 of the FIFA U17 World Cup taking place in the United Arab Emirates.Awoniyi, who have become a midfield maestro since replacing injured Success Isaac in Nigeria’s 3-3 draw with Sweden in their second game of the competition, was the engine room when the West Africans beat Iran to book a quarter final ticket.PresentWith Gyan at the stand to watch the game in Al Ain, the Ghana international could not hide his feelings for the young lad.-I like him, that No18, Awoniyi. He does all the work up there and creates a lot, he told fifa.com.-This is my kind of player. Nigeria take on Uruguay in the quarter final on Saturday, and Awoniyi is expected to help Nigeria go through.