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.
.Derby could regain top spot with victory at home to Norwich in the lunchtime game. At 3, current leaders Bournemouth go to Blackpool, while it’s 4th versus 2nd at Portman Road where Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich faces Middlesbrough.
Two coaches of women basketball teams have bemoaned the heavy defeats suffered by their teams in the second phase of the Zenith Bank-powered Women’s Basketball League which started in four centres at the weekend.In the first round of games at the Liberty Stadium, Ibadan, which is for South West centre, Ogun Babes lost 110-30 to First Bank basketball team. The whopping 80-point win did not go down well with coach Peter Akindele, who led the Ogun State team to the competition.In the second match, Ogun Babes also lost by 60 points (90-30) to Dolphins. The story was not different for coach Sandy Aina and the Oluyole Babes as they lost 104-31 against Dolphins basketball team.Aina bemoaned the 73-point defeat of her team. Only yesterday, First Bank also defeated Oluyole Babes 95-23. It was a 72-point win for the defending champions.Coach Akindele of Ogun Babes said: “We only came with 10 players and most of them are still in secondary school but because of the time they fixed this event, they are not able to make it.“We had problems with training because we don’t really have more time to train; we never knew when they were going to fix the start of the second phase. Our players did their best because we played against the best teams in the country.”Coach Aina of the Oluyole Babes said losing to First Bank and Dolphin was not strange because of the strength of these two teams.“Actually, the games were so interesting but we can’t compare ourselves with the teams we played against in terms of everything. The players did their best, it’s either one wins or one loses. I have told the players not to think too much about it as we should think about the next game.In Akure, the South East centre, Deepwater earned 20 walk-over points as Coal City team did not show up for the match.Action continues today in Ibadan, Akure, Zaria and Abuja.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The contest was ruled a majority draw, with scores of 113-113 115-111 and 112-114.Since then, Wilder scored a highlight reel knockout win over Dominic Breazeale in May before stopping Luis Ortiz in November with one of the most powerful punches in recent memory. In that same time span, Fury scored a TKO win over Tom Schwarz before overcoming a huge cut to outpoint Otto Wallin in September. Deontay Wilder has demanded an immediate rematch with Tyson Fury after falling to a seventh round knockout loss to the Gypsy King just over a week ago. Wilder had 25 days to notify Top Rank and Fury that he would demand a rematch, a right included as a clause in their fight contract. He only needed seven, with the confirmation coming via ESPN on Sunday. Top Rank boss Bob Arum told ESPN the bout will likely take place on July 18 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The rematch clause stipulated Los Angeles, New York or Vegas must host the rematch. Fury won the WBC heavyweight title from Wilder in a one-sided performance in their rematch in February. Wilder was knocked down twice – and hit the canvas another two times due to slips – before his cornerman Mark Breland threw in the towel in the seventh round. The American was furious with the stoppage, wanting to go out on his shield. After initially sacking Breland, Wilder posted a video to social media saying the trainer will remain on the team. The bout was a rematch of their hugely controversial 2018 draw, held in LA.Fury outboxed Wilder and looked set for a big upset before being dropped twice late in the fight.