One of the ensuites in one of the River Homes at Hamilton Reach.“Our buyers have recognised the rarity of the homes, the absolute premium quality of their design and inclusions and they’re keen to be part of the Hamilton Reach community.” More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoOne of the plunge pools in the River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The architecturally-designed home has four bedrooms, each with ensuites, and a private plunge pool with an entertainment terrace that directly faces the water.It features nine-metre-high ceilings, an internal lift and uninterrupted views of the Brisbane River. The River Homes at Hamilton Reach have nine-metre-high ceilings.There are eight River Homes currently under construction in the development by Frasers Property Australia.The first release of four homes was brought to the market late last year and five of the total eight have now sold — all to local buyers keen to cash in on the capital growth Brisbane riverside properties generate. THINKING OF SELLING OFF-MARKET? THINK AGAIN GREEN FEATURES ADD PROPERTY VALUE DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIFE One of the bedrooms in a River Home at Hamilton Reach.“Our preliminary research indicated that freehold properties along the river are very tightly held, so we purposely created an exclusive product that we believed would meet the needs of a discerning market,” Mr Leggatt said. One of the riverfront residences in this artist’s impression of Hamilton Reach has sold for $3.995m.AN ULTRA luxurious, three-level ‘River Home’ in Brisbane has sold for $3.995 million — and it hasn’t even been built yet.The freehold offering is one of the final four exclusive residences released as part of the Hamilton Reach masterplanned community on the Brisbane River.The sale of the property at 8/82 Parkside Circuit, Hamilton, represents the highest price paid so far for a holding in the development. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The open-plan living space in one of the River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The home also comes with an entertainer’s kitchen featuring Miele appliances, a built-in 195 bottle wine cabinet and Zip Hydrotap with sparkling water.The master ensuite has a natural Calacatta stone feature, dual-person shower and freestanding stone bath.All of the River Homes at Hamilton Reach are free of body corporate fees, but offer access to the amenities of the development. One of the River Homes at Hamilton Reach. One of the ensuites in the River Homes at Hamilton Reach.Frasers Property Australia’s general manager of residential Queensland Cameron Leggatt said the sale of the homes highlighted the scarcity of freehold properties along Brisbane’s riverfront. The kitchen in one of the River Homes at Hamilton Reach.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Reconstructing the fish mural in downtown Alpena has been an ongoing process ever since weather destroyed the creation back in 2017.Now, the fish mural is only days away from completion. Artist Tony Hendrick has been setting the 3–D elements of the mural over the past few days. He will finish up installing the last few fish and plans to coat the elements. The project is expected to be completed on Wednesday.Hendrick believes that this is only the beginning for more community involved art projects around the town.“The community literally is the creator of this art,” said Hendrick. “There is so much more that can be done because this project shows what the community of Alpena can do.”Hundreds of community members helped paint the 3-D fish on the mural. Folks are encouraged to stop by and say hello to Hendrick while he finishes up the artwork.Art in the Loft plans to throw a celebration in honor of the mural completion on July 20. Find out more details about the celebration by visiting their website http://www.artintheloft.org/AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: 3-D elements, alpena, Art, Art in the Loft, community, Downtown Alpena, Fish Mural, Mural, Tony HendrickContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Monday, May 13Next New library exhibit encourages thinking beyond