Queensland’s most viewed property this week was at 24 Dobson St, Ascot. Picture: realestate.com.auIt was a contemporary home at 24 Dobson St, Ascot which was the Queensland property most potential buyers wanted to get a better look at this week.New figures reveal the home was the most viewed in Queensland and fifth most viewed in Australia this week on realestate.com.auThe 1920s four-bedroom house is listed Cobey Parnell of Shaw Property Group.It underwent a complete architect-designed rebuild by its current owners. The home has imported oak parquetry and natural marble. 7-13 King Arthur Drive, Sovereign Islands.The seven-bedroom home known as Chateau de Reves, is considered a Gold Coast trophy home.It is the first time the house is being offered for sale. It occupies at 3070 sqm site and has 85 metres of water frontage.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 ago7-13 King Arthur Drive, Sovereign Islands.The home was built in 2001 and took three years to complete. Features include imported Venetian Murano glass, an Italian imported timber balustrade and Botticino marble floors.At the cheaper end of the scale a home at 16 Wiltshire Drive, Mudgeeraba was the third most viewed Queensland property this week.The home, listed through Ray White – Robina’s Greg Corcoran, is listed for offers of more than $550,000. 16 Wiltshire Drive, MudgeerabaThe four-bedroom house has a covered entertainment area which opens up to a large swimming pool.The back deck is made of Merbau.A tri-level home at 1 Miriam St, Holland Park West, was the fourth most viewed property in Queensland on realestate.com.au this week.The three-bedroom home which is listed through John Kubatov of Class Real Estate – Bulimba,is seeking offers in the mid to high $600,000s. 24 Dobson St, Ascot. Picture: realestate.com.auIt has traditional cathedral windows with French shutters, hand cut sandstone and travertine security fence. There are five metre high ceilings and custom wall panelling.A stunning mansion on the water at the Gold Coast was the next most popular listing this week.The home at 7-13 King Arthur Court, Sovereign Islands is listed through Paul Arthur of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty. 57 Castile St, IndooroopillyA home at 57 Castile St, Indooroopilly with a price guide between $3 million and $3.3 million rounds out the top five this week.The home which is listed through, Alex Jordan of McGrath Real Estate Paddington, overlooks the St Lucia Golf Links. 57 Castile St, IndooroopillyIt is on an elevated 708sq m block. Inside is an open plan lounge and dining zone. There is a secluded terrace and a self cleaning, heated swimming pool plus spa. 1 Miriam St, Holland Park WestThe townhome has views of the city skyline. On the lower level is parking and a laundry and a timber staircase which leads to the middle level, which has the living areas.The bedrooms are on the upper level.
THE Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) and the Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) have launched a joint investigation into the washout of the fourth Test between West Indies and India.The Windies were 62-2 in their first innings when heavy rain in Port of Spain on the island of Trinidad cut short play on day one at the Queen’s Park Oval.Despite sunshine and blue skies for the four following days, the outfield retained too much water for the pitch to be playable, with West Indies losing the series 2-0.As a result, India missed out on the 3-0 win needed to retain their place at the top of the International Cricket Council Test rankings, with Pakistan displacing them.The TTCB and QPCC will probe the circumstances that led to the lack of play, with the aim of avoiding a repeat in the future.“As hosts, the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) and QPCC regret that limited play was possible in the fourth Test match between WI and India at the Queen’s Park Oval,” a statement from TTCB president Azim Bassarath read.“We have jointly launched an investigation to determine what occurred with a view to remedying the situation so that this does not occur in the future. “Once this has been done it will be presented to the WICB (West Indies Cricket Board). ”(Sportsmax.com)