24 Buttercup Street Mansfield Qld 4122. Picture: Realestate.com.auAgent Will Torres of Place Coorparoo was marketing the property as being “moments away” from Westfield Carindale, parks and sports fields as well as the Pacific Golf Club.“Adorned with an array of original character features including arched breezeways, elegant chandeliers and a mixture of tiled flooring and carpet, this home is perfect for those seeking a low maintenance lifestyle,” according to Mr Torres. The home is open for inspection from noon to 12.30pm Saturday May 6. 123 Tristania Way Mount Gravatt East Qld 4122. Picture: Realestate.com.au2. 123 Tristania Way, Mt Gravatt Another four bedder, with two bathrooms and a two-car garage at 123 Tristania Way Mount Gravatt East also made the top eight views in Brisbane. Priced from $745,000 to $785,000, the home was on a 451sq m block in a quiet cul-de-sac, according to agent Ivana Reich of McGrath Bulimba – Balmoral.She said the home also had a sizeable office that could be a fifth bedroom which opens up to the rumpus area.The property is open for inspection from 10-10.30am Saturday May 6. 11 Morgan Street Norman Park Qld 4170. Picture: Realestate.com.au7. 11 Morgan Street, Norman Park One of the prettiest homes among Brisbane’s most viewed listings was 11 Morgan Street Norman Park – a four bedder that goes to auction at noon on May 27.Marketed by Aaron Woolard and Anissa Lamond of Place – New Farm, the cottage straddles old world charm and modern styling.“The layout encompasses good-sized living areas that move from room to room with ease before opening via bi-fold doors to an alfresco entertaining area. There is also a balcony off the lounge and a large rear deck, both of which overlook the rear yard.”It’s open for inspection from 10-10.30am tomorrow (Saturday May 6). 24 Buttercup Street Mansfield Qld 4122. Picture: Realestate.com.auBRISBANE’S south dominated the list of the city’s most viewed properties this week, with four bedders especially popular with househunters.1. 24 Buttercup Street Mansfield This two bathroom, four car garage property at 24 Buttercup Street Mansfield got the most views in Brisbane. The home is priced at over $685,000 and is in the popular Mansfield State School catchment area. 37 Duke Street Annerley Qld 4103. Picture: Realestate.com.au3. 37 Duke Street, Annerley A three bedroom, two bathroom, four car space home in Annerley was one of the eight most viewed homes online in the past week out of Brisbane.Agent Patrick Ivey and Dayne Evans of Harcourts M1 – Coorparoo said the pocket that the home was in was just five minutes from the Brisbane CBD and one of the hottest parts of the city with househunters.“Let’s face facts, the inner south is no longer flying under the radar. And this pocket of Annerley with its five-minute proximity to the CBD is arguably the pick of the bunch.”They believed the property would be a ticket into the area for someone willing to inject a bit of capital to upgrade the property. This one is open for inspection from 10-10.30am Saturday May 6. 54 Edith Street Alderley Qld 4051. Picture: Realestate.com.au5. 54 Edith Street, Alderley Following the highly popular Hamptons style, this Alderley home which is set to go to auction at 11am on May 27 was also among the most popular Brisbane homes online this week.The five bedroom, three bathroom, two car space property was being marketed by Matthew Jabs and Ross Armstrong of Place – Newmarket who have it open for inspection twice tomorrow, from 9-9.30am Saturday May 6 and also from 5-5.30pm.“Privately positioned and boasting neutral colour schemes, you will appreciate the space and form this stunning residence provides, perfectly designed to accommodate families of all ages.” 31 Donegal Place The Gap Qld 4061. Picture: Realestate.com.au6. 31 Donegal Place, The Gap Four bedders seem to have captured the most interest this week, including this one at 31 Donegal Place The Gap which is looking for offers over $589,000.The two bathroom, two car space house was being marketed by Ben Knight of Harcourts Solutions, who has it open for inspection from 11.30am to noon tomorrow (Saturday May 6).The high set home was on a large 807sq m block, and has high cathedral ceilings and polished timber floors, according to Mr Knight.“Double glass sliding doors open to the large wrap around deck. Taking in the full view of Mount Nebo and Mount Coot-tha this space provides the perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee or unwind after a long day.” 108 Mabel Street Oxley Qld 4075. Picture: Realestate.com.au8. 108 Mabel Street, Oxley First home buyers on the hunt for property under the $500,000 threshold were believed to be among those that drove this Oxley property onto the list of Brisbane’s most viewed properties on Realestae.com.au this week.Price at offers over $460,000, the four bedroom, two bathroom, single car space home was being marketed by Tim Davis and Skye Parker of Ray White – East Brisbane.The home was listed as an “urgent sale” with a renovation 90 per cent complete.It’s open for inspection from 11-11.30am Saturday May 6. 3 Follington Crescent Coorparoo Qld 4151. Picture: Realestate.com.auMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago4. 3 Follington Crescent, Coorparoo The most expensive of the most viewed Brisbane properties this week was this Coorparoo home priced in the mid $1.3 million range.The four bedroom, three bathroom, two car space house, marketed by Craig Bullen of REMAX First Residential – Coorparoo, is a master builder’s own home built three years ago.“With no expense spared nor compromise made, this home is finished to an exacting standard and has an abundance of features typically reserved for only the most luxurious of homes.”Only three houses were in the street with the area surrounded by parklands, according to the listing.The home is open for inspection from 11-11.45am this weekend – on both Saturday and Sunday.