29 Ennever Street, BardonMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe four bedroom house has been beautifully preserved without making too many changes.A spacious living and kitchen area opens up onto a large alfresco deck – perfect for dining in the warmer months – and overlooks a spacious backyard with pool.The stunning four bedroom home at 74 Swan Terrace, Windsor, has a more modern style with a contemporary kitchen and glass bi-fold doors that open to the outdoor entertaining area. 74 Swan Terrace, WindsorBut its classic exterior and an original fireplace are a reminder of its heritage. 29 Ennever Street, BardonOLD Queenslanders that have fallen into disrepair often need more than a fresh lick of paint to fix them up.But some of the best renovations are often the ones where the home’s character has been retained.The leadlight windows and French doors are standout features at 29 Ennever St, Bardon. 74 Swan Terrace, WindsorElegant is the best way to describe the four bedroom home at 33 Hilda St, Corinda. 33 Hilda Street, CorindaIts French doors, intricate woodwork and white and beige colour scheme soften the modernised features, including the kitchen and bathrooms, making it feel new but cosy. 33 Hilda Street, Corinda
Comments After being swept Ohio State last week, the Syracuse women’s ice hockey team got back in the win column Friday night.The Orange (6-9, 0-0 CHA) edged Rensselaer (3-10-4, 1-3-2 ECAC) 4-3 on the road Friday in front 145 fans thanks to an offensive outburst in the second period.Trailing 1-0, SU evened the score 3:23 into the second period. Holly Carrie- Mattimoe received a feed from Caitlin Roach down low and banged it home to net her fourth goal in as many games.Then halfway through the second period, Julie Knerr gave the Orange the lead, shooting the puck past Rensselaer goaltender Kelly O’Brien for a goal. Syracuse added to that advantage when Megan Skelly scored with 4:13 to go in the same period. Syracuse kept attacking offensively, and Kallie Goodnough netted a goal 7:38 into the third period to make it four unanswered goals for Syracuse. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Engineers didn’t give in, though, and cut the lead to one after Jordan Smelker and Andie Le Donne each scored in the game’s final four minutes. But RPI couldn’t find the back of the net for the equalizer.SU goaltender Jenesica Drinkwater played a solid game, making 28 saves to get the win. The two teams play again Saturday at 4 p.m.—Compiled by David Propper, staff writer, email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 25, 2011 at 12:00 pm
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