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.
By Greg GrabianowskiALGONA, Iowa (April 30) – No one had the answer to hometown hotshoe Austin Wolf as he cruised to a green, white, checkered finish in the feature in Thursday’s season-opening IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature at Kossuth County Speedway.Pole starter Mike Jergens was the runner-up with Tim Ward third.David Wickman earned his first win of the season in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. Kevin Opheim finished second followed by Chad Palmer.Colby Fett drew the pole for the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature and turned that plum position into a victory. Ben Schultze ended up in second place with Clay Evans taking third.Brandon Nielsen steered his number T8 rig across the finish line first in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature. Jeremy Wegner was the runner-up while Drew Barglof placed third.Defending national champion Nate Coopman raced from outside row three to win the Mach-1 Sport Compact main. Tenth starting Jay DeVries was second and Kaytee Devries placed third.Some nice improvements at the facilities and a smooth, fast track greeted 80 cars. New lighting, a new catwalk on the back straightway and a new sound system were just some of the changes that a good opening night crowd saw during an entertaining opening night.
GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017 Bio Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. firstname.lastname@example.org Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 The Old Town Coyotes erupted for six runs in the second inning and made that lead stand up in an 8-4 win over the Ellsworth Eagles on Wednesday, May 7, in Old Town.The Eagles matched the Coyotes in hits with nine, but had to settle for single runs in each of four innings.Brandon Braley had a pair of doubles, Sid St. Peter singled twice and drove in two runs, Mitch Domagala doubled and Steve Mahon had a pair of singles for the Eagles.Righthander Conor Maguire went six innings on the mound for Ellsworth, striking out eight, and Nick Bagley pitched an inning in relief.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textEric Hoogterp got the complete game win for the Coyotes, striking out six batters.Find in-depth coverage of local news in The Ellsworth American. Subscribe digitally or in print. Latest Posts
Stay on target Anti-Black Panther Group Shut Down, Stan Lee is OK & More MCU NewsThe Future of Marvel’s Stars, Possible New Arrivals & More MCU News Logan is a very, very, very good movie. You can check out MovieBob’s review of it for Geek.com if you need further convincing. However, as great as it may be, it has a very weird relationship with the comic books. Most of the previous X-Men movies, up until Deadpool, took the team and stories from the comics and somehow managed to suck all of the fun and heart out of the series. Deadpool found its footing by taking everything that makes the comic book version interesting, injecting a little more substance, and fully embracing its source material. Logan, however, seems to have the comic books at arm’s length, a fact that the movie is very much aware of.via Marvel ComicsWhile many people have associated the new Logan movie with the Old Man Logan series from 2008-2009 by writer Mark Millar and Steve McNiven, the movie doesn’t share many qualities with the story beyond the fact that Logan is, well, old. Instead, Logan focuses on older versions of Wolverine of Professor X, forced on a road trip in a seek of a better future. The movie feels as if it owes much more to the Lone Wolf and Cub manga or Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns comic book than it does anything even remotely related to the X-Men comic books. A beat down, aging version of a popular superhero reluctantly takes a young girl under their wing in a future that hasn’t been kind to their respective franchise.The Wolverine of the movies up until now has shared a lot with his comic book counterpart, even if the Logan movie doesn’t deal much with it. First appearing in The Incredible Hulk #181 in 1974, the character has a very long and complicated history. Born to a wealthy Canadian family in the 1800’s, James Howlett tragically discovers that he is a mutant with retractable bone claws after his family is murdered. Roaming the wilderness for many years, he becomes a drifter, serving in almost every major war of the past century, even fighting alongside Captain America. Sometime in the 60’s or 70’s, he is captured by the Weapon X program and the metal Adamantium is bonded to his skeleton, to brainwash him and turn him into a killing machine. Eventually escaping, he continues to travel the world, briefly joining the Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight, while also spending time in Japan and learning their culture. Making his way onto the X-Men, he becomes a staple member of the team for many years and has been ever since.via Marvel ComicsLogan‘s version of both Wolverine and X-23 are so far removed from the comic books that it almost comes down to them just sharing a name and powerset with their source material, especially for the young Laura aka X-23. Created for the X-Men: Evolution cartoon in early 2003, X-23 made her first comic book appearance a year later in NYX #3. A child created in a lab, to clone Wolverine, she is raised to be an assassin. She eventually escapes and makes her way out into the world, by this time already being well into her late teens. Eventually, she meets the superhero Wolverine that she shares DNA with, and he helps her get accepted to the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning as a way to keep an eye on her. Acting as an X-Men for a few years, she is eventually drafted alongside Wolverine into the new X-Force, a lethal black-ops team created by Cyclops. Currently, she acts as the Wolverine of the Marvel Universe, ever since the “death” of Logan in 2014.via Marvel ComicsCoincidentally, around the same time that the comic book version of Logan “died,” and Laura started acting as Wolverine, another version of Logan appeared in the Marvel Comics Universe. The Old Man Logan iteration of the character was displaced from his timeline/alternate Earth and has been running around the main Marvel Universe. The gnarled version of the character has found himself as a man with a second chance, able to prevent the tragedies that caused his timeline to fall apart. However, just like Logan will eventually be rebooted or recast, the proper comic book version of the character will eventually return to life.Marvel’s Old Man Logan series is currently on sale at Comixology.