Inside 18 Dryandra Court, Everton Hills.Mr Smith said the Everton Hills area was expected to be one of the next boom suburbs due to its family vibe, leafy aspect and proximity to the city and amenities. “The area has always been popular with families,” Mr Smith said. 18 Dryandra Court, Everton Hills.AS soon as the weather warmed up, the offers on this blank canvas at Everton Hills came in.Zak Smith, of Raine & Horne – Brisbane Central, said the spring selling season had well and truly sprung in the northwest suburbs, with a spike in buyers’ interest.“This house had been on the market for a little while but probably due to winter, the pool wasn’t a big drawcard.“But as soon as it warmed up, we had multiple groups through the property, several offers and then sold by negotiation,” he said. 18 Dryandra Court, Everton Hills. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The pool area at 18 Dryandra Court, Everton Hills.The home sold on September 24 for $496,000.The three-bedroom, highset house at 18 Dryandra Court, with elevated views was bought by first home buyers.They are a young professional couple keen to invest in some sweat equity.It was sold by a couple keen to escape to the country after their kids had left their nest.