Park Hill Village launches stage two as untapped views lure buyers

first_imgPark Hill VillageHe said they were hoping to welcome the first residents into the Village by Christmas.“It has been really exciting to see Park Hill Village come to life,” Mr Infanti said.“People who come and stand in the display homes are always impressed with the size, design, and thoughtful layouts.”The four-bedroom terrace homes average 230sq m and are priced from $635,000. The three-bedroom terrace homes are 217sq m and priced from $599,000. All homes have two bathrooms, plus a powder room, double car parking, bamboo floors and Miele appliances. Park Hill VillageResidents of Park Hill Village will be able to enjoy a resort-style pool, gym, barbecue and picnic area. Mr Infanti said Park Hill Village was the right product at the right time.“It is a very desirable proposition in a quiet pocket of a well-established estate,” he said.“Park Hill Village is an opportunity to have a brand new home close to lifestyle precincts, the airport, and an easy commute to the CBD. “And they are at a price not usually seen for homes of this quality this close to the city.” Park Hill VillageSize, quality and value for money, compared to other prestige real estate in the area, had proven to be a winning formula, he said.“I think one of the reasons we have had such strong sales is that the developer built two full-size display terrace homes on site so buyers could touch and feel exactly what they were getting for their money,” Mr Infanti said.“They can feel the spaciousness, touch the finishes, see the full effect of the colour schemes and admire the amazing views. “Until people are here, I don’t think they understand the panoramic city views Murarrie lays claim to. It is one of the most elevated positions in Brisbane.”Stage two has 26 three and four-bedroom terrace homes for sale from $599,000.Mr Infanti said the sales at Park Hill Village were being driven by families and downsizers who were attracted by the size and quality fitout of the homes as well as the lifestyle facilities. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agocenter_img Park Hill Village is launching stage two with 26 three and four-bedroom terrace homes in Murarrie.LARGE terrace homes in one of the most elevated positions in Brisbane, are proving popular with families and downsizers at Murarrie with stage one a sell out and stage two launching to market.Developer Juxgold has construction on Park Hill Village’s 34 terrace homes for stage one well underway, and construction on stage two set to start within three months.Park Hill Village marketing manager Maurie Infanti said the large, temptingly priced terrace homes at 19 Governor Terrace, had turned heads for all the right reasons.last_img read more

Will Archie Miller Be Right For IU?

first_imgRecently Indiana University hired Archie Miller to replace Tom Crean.  The last several years Miller coached the Dayton Flyers.  He took them to several NCAA Tournament appearances.Miller is probably known for his low-key appearance and a no-nonsense approach to coaching.  He is also young and comes from a basketball family.  His older brother, Sean, is the head coach at Arizona University.At Dayton Miller took a group of no-name ball players and molded them into a very efficient basketball team.  The emphasis here is on “team”.  Watching Miller’s teams play, you have no idea who the “go-to” guy is.  All 5 players seem to have equal rolls in his offensive and defensive schemes.  This is what I like about Archie Miller and why I think he will be a good fit, not only for the present group at IU, but in the future.Even though Miller seems to have a low-key approach on the sidelines, he has been known to really be intense during his basketball practices.  Miller began his career as an Ohio State assistant, so he knows the Big Ten atmosphere.  Good Luck, Archie, at IU!last_img read more