24 Tipuana Place, Bardon.Mr Hood said the home was part of the exclusive Stuartholme Estate that was developed in the 1990s and comprises similar high-end homes in a leafy pocket of Bardon.Walking and cycling trails are nearby. 24 Tipuana Place, Bardon.A four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at Bardon has fetched a sale price of $1.8 million.The property, designed by award-winning architect Phil Horwood, is cleverly orientated across the elevated 1005sq m allotment. Check out the living area at 24 Tipuana Place, Bardon.All of the four bedrooms are accessed off the central corridor that leads back down to the lower level living areas.Bedrooms are spacious with built-in robes, including the master with its fully renovated tiled ensuite bathroom, private patio garden and balcony. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The swimming pool at 24 Tipuana Place, Bardon.It was constructed to capture the morning light and cooling afternoon breezes.RE/MAX Riverside – Graceville selling agent Martin Hood said the property, at 24 Tipuana Place, featured a multipurpose room that would be suitable for a multitude of uses, perfect for the family, as a media room or an expansive home studio.
ALBANY — With 23:50 remaining in the second half, Syracuse earned a penalty corner. Florine Hogendoorn inserted, Roos Weers took the shot and Albany’s Melissa Nealon made a save. SU won another corner. Hogendoorn inserted, Weers shot, Nealon saved. Two more corners followed with shots and misses from Annelena Ulbrich. Finally, on the fifth consecutive attempt, Hogendoorn inserted, Emma Tufts stopped, Weers fired and scored.“We just read them and see how they come out and feel what we feel is open,” Weers said. “It feels good. It doesn’t matter who scores but I always feel confident, it feels good to score, definitely.”That goal was Weers’ second of the game, both coming off penalty corners. They were her first two of the season and they were enough to give No. 5 Syracuse (7-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) a 2-0 win over No. 21 Albany (2-3).In a game where SU could not keep consistent control of the ball in the midfield, it was two set-pieces that provided the decisive blows.In the first half, only 40 seconds into the game, Laura Hurff drove to her right toward Albany’s endline. She pushed the ball by her defender and was tripped. Just like its second goal, the first came off a Hogendoorn insert and a Tufts stop. Weers fired it by Nealon. The first corner, shot and goal of the game stopped the game clock at 33:26 with SU claiming a 1-0 lead.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEntering today, Syracuse converted on just 2-of-36 penalty corners. After Weers’ goal, eight corners went by — four in each half – where the Orange failed to score. Then Weers converted.“We have to be able to evaluate our next opponent,” SU head coach Ange Bradley said of improving the corners. “And be able to keep working our stuff to be more consistent and better with timing and stops and hits and rebounding needs to improve for sure.”The usual corner-inserter for the Orange prior to Friday’s game against No. 8 Boston College had been Jennifer Bleakney. Today, and on Friday, it was the freshman Hogendoorn doing the inserting. Bradley just called it a “little change.”Regardless, the corners created open looks. Nealon made five saves just off penalty corners. Seven of the nine corners taken by SU translated into a shot on goal. Syracuse’s only other shot throughout the match came off a rebound from a penalty corner where Tufts crashed toward the goal.“It’s really good now that we’ve been practicing a little bit more,” Tufts said. “We’ve just gotta keep capitalizing on each point. It’s really important that each set piece is on and we just do our jobs.” Comments Published on September 10, 2017 at 4:47 pm Contact Billy: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Wheyen3 Facebook Twitter Google+