Natalie Fichera with Kimba the dog. PICTURE: ANNA ROGERSA SOUTHSIDE shopping haven is also a popular suburb of choice for first homeowners like Cairns schoolteacher Natalie Fichera.Last year the 24-year-old picked up a quaint three-bedroom Queenslander on Benjamina St, Mt Sheridan, which, almost 12 months later, has proved to be the perfect buy.“I had previously been in Forest Gardens and then moved out to Redlynch, which I just felt was a bit too far away,” she said. Everyone here is very friendly and the community seems quite tight-knit.”“Every day I walk my dog. I feel safe here and I’m really close to the city and my work. I think I will be here for a long time.”The Cairns State High School employee said she would “highly recommend” Mt Sheridan to other budding first homeowners looking to enter the property market in a pleasant, affordable southside suburb.According to CoreLogic, the average selling price of Mt Sheridan houses was $365,000 as of February this year, representing a five-year growth of more than 10 per cent.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms3 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns3 days agoTop-of-the-range homes at Mt Sheridan can fetch in excess of $700,000. But it is also not uncommon for attractive homes, albeit on small blocks, to be picked up for under $400,000.Real estate agent Therese Plath, of Ray White Cairns South, said the suburb’s “choice” was one of its hallmarks.“It attracts single people who don’t want to maintain a big block, but also want a yard for their pet cats or dogs,” Plath said. “But the majority of people at Mt Sheridan are families with children, and even retirees.”“It’s a beautiful area, there are many nice gardens and walkways, and shops and schools are at the residents’ fingertips,” she adds.She said the development of the popular Forest Gardens housing estate, now in its final stages, had made a “huge impact” on the Southside suburb.According to Cairns Regional Council, Mt Sheridan was named after public servant Brinsley Guise Sheridan.
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Although he initially wanted to stay open-ended about his future, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has decided he will retire following the 2015-16 season.“This season is all I have left to give.” Bryant wrote in a Players Tribune article.The Lakers had expected Bryant would retire following his 20th NBA season. Ever since he had season-ending right shoulder surgery last season after playing only 35 games, Bryant had expected he would not play past his current contract beyond $25 million. But Bryant had left the option open in case he changed his mind.If you are viewing this on mobile, click here. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error