The $26 million River Homes project at Hamilton Reach, is set to be released to the market in September, offering eight exclusive riverfront residences.EIGHT freehold residences with absolute river frontage are getting ready to launch to the market as a $26 million exclusive enclave.Frasers Property Australia is expected to officially launch “River Homes” at Hamilton Reach in September, with construction to start early 2018.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is part of the $700 million Hamilton Reach community.River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a powder room and separate dedicated study area.Frasers Property Australia general manager residential Queensland Cameron Leggatt said the luxury homes will be a step above the premium residences already on offer at Hamilton Reach.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.“The River Homes collection will redefine the ultimate in riverfront living on Brisbane’s north shore with only two other riverfront houses ever released in Hamilton,” Mr Leggatt said.“These homes have an undeniable ‘wow’ factor, and that is achieved through a design that is both architecturally inspiring and functional.”Mr Leggatt said the homes offering grand living spaces and private, intimate retreats which all took advantage of and blended seamlessly with the absolute riverfront location.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“The homes offer an uncompromised design that will resonate with buyers looking for the best that Brisbane has to offer,” he said.The River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms plus a powder room and a separate dedicated study area.“The grand main suite comes complete with its own retreat that offers both privacy and a superb riverfront vista,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is set to build on the sales success of other premium offerings within the community, such as The Keelson and Newport.The three-level homes, have stunning nine metre high ceilings in the main living areas, and a private internal lift.Two-level homes also have grand living spaces with six metre high ceilings. All River Homes have two-car garages.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The spacious kitchen, with butler’s pantry, features Miele appliances, Zip tap including sparkling water function and Liebherr fridges including a wine cabinet.“The open-plan designs have taken the subtropical climate into account with superb outdoor spaces complete with private plunge pool and spacious interiors,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.River Homes residents will have direct access to the River Walk which leads to the extensive green space including waterfront parks and walking tracks within the Hamilton Reach community.Hamilton Reach, which sits on the eastern peninsula of the Northshore Hamilton urban renewal area, has achieved sales of more than $310 million since its launch in 2011, with more than 60 $1 million-plus homes, including its highest sale of $2.8 million for a terrace home at The Keelson.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.
Chelsea 5 Leicester 2Fernando Torres finally ended his barren run as Chelsea breezed into the semi-finals of the FA Cup.The Spaniard scored twice in a comprehensive victory for the Blues – their fourth win in as many games since interim boss Roberto Di Matteo was placed in charge.AdChoices广告Gary Cahill, Salomon Kalou and Raul Meireles also got on the scoreheet, but it was Torres who stole the show.Cahill set Chelsea on their way, heading in Juan Mata’s corner, before Kalou doubled the lead by slotting home after being found by Torres’ 18th-minute cross.Torres netted midway through the second half with a scuffed shot beyond keeper Kasper Schmeichel after collecting a pass from Meireles.It was hardly a vintage finish from the Spaniard, but it ended his five-month wait for a goal and sent the Stamford Bridge crowd into raptures.Championship side Leicester kept battling and were rewarded with a goal by Jermaine Beckford 13 minutes from the end.Beckford pounced on the rebound after Neil Danns’ shot bounced back off the post.But Chelsea’s two-goal cushion was restored by Torres’ glancing near-post header from Meireles’ corner.Leicester substitute Ben Marshall then scored the best goal of the game, smashing an unstoppable effort into the top corner with two minutes left.There was still time for Chelsea to score a fifth – and man of the moment Torres was again involved, unselfishly teeing up Meireles to fire home.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Starting right where they left off last year, the women’s tennis team will open their season this weekend with hopes of not only keeping their No. 9 ranking, but repeating as Pac-10 conference champions.Start · Junior Christy Andrews and USC open their season today. – Amaresh Sunduran Kuppuswamy Daily TrojanFour USC players also earned individual singles rankings. Junior Maria Sanchez leads the way by matching her highest career singles ranking at No. 8 in the nation. Freshmen Danielle Lao and Valeria Pulido are ranked No. 18 and 37, respectively, while sophomore Alison Ramos is ranked at No. 39. In the doubles mix, Ramos is paired with Pulido as the No. 19-ranked doubles team.Last year, the team finished 21-3 overall after a run to the NCAA second round, placing them ninth in the nation. They also went undefeated in Pac-10 play, claiming the 2009 conference title, snapping a 23-year losing streak to Stanford along the way. This helped secure coach Richard Gallien’s selection as the Pac-10 Coach of the Year. Starting his 15th season this year, this was the third time Gallien was selected for this award.After winning its first ever Pac-10 Championship, the team hopes to repeat its success.The Pac-10 is one of the toughest conferences in the nation. Although UCLA continues to be the Women of Troy’s biggest rival every year, the conference is especially deep this season.“Cal and Stanford are also some of our toughest competitors this year,” Lao said.Cal, ranked No. 3, is the only other Pac-10 team to be ranked in the top 10, followed by UCLA at No. 12 and Stanford at No. 13.“Our ultimate goal is to win a national title, but, before that, we’re going for another Pac-10 title,” Sanchez said. “If we just keep working hard and keep up our team unity, I think we can do just that.”USC will kick off its 2010 season today, split between two tournaments from Jan. 14-17. One tourney will be played in Palm Springs, Calif. and the other in Las Vegas. USC’s first dual match play opens at home on Jan. 21 against Long Beach State at Marks Stadium.To hear Daily Trojan reporter Lindsey Mathias interview Danielle Lao, click here.
This is reportedly the third time El Melali has been arrested for the same offence.His lawyer, Sandra Chirac Kollarik said in an interview with the local newspaper that her client was “not targeting anyone and was not aggressive towards anyone.”El Melali, however, is reported to have admitted his “inappropriate attitude” when questioned by the police.He will now “face trial in terms of an appearance prior to an admission of guilt.”El Melali signed for Angers in 2018 and has since played 28 times for the club.In May, Angers announced that he had signed a new deal that will keep him at the club till 2023. French Ligue 1 player, Farid El Melali isn’t having a good 2020.With the league season ended abruptly due to the coronavirus and having been arrested in May after he was reported to the police for masturbating in public, the player was picked up for the same offence on Wednesday.23-year-old Farid El Melali, who plays for Angers, was detained by police two months ago after allegedly masturbating in the courtyard of his flat as he watched a woman on the ground floor through her window, according to ESPN.The club and the police confirmed the player’s arrest and said he was being charged with sexual exhibition.The woman’s neighbours, who noticed the Algerian international’s actions called the police to the scene at 10:50 pm local time.The player was again picked up on Wednesday morning for two more flashing offences, before being released on bail after which he attended a training session in the afternoon.His lawyer told Ouest-France that their client “reiterates his most sincere apologies to the women he may have upset by his inappropriate behaviour.”It was revealed that the latest arrest was for a similar offence against the same victim.The President of his club, Fabrice Favetto-Bon issued a statement, saying these acts do not conform with their values.“We believe that we have already made statements on this matter. We heard the player’s apology. Obviously, this type of behaviour, pending the decision of the courts, does not conform with the values of the club and our requirement of players to be examples. The process is ongoing,” the statement read.
1 Jamie Vardy Football, bloody hell!Leicester City fans were in dreamland after hero of the hour Jamie Vardy helped them to an incredible 5-3 victory of Manchester United.The Red Devils, at one point, were 3-1 up against the Foxes but the former non-league striker hit one goal and played a part in the other four to down Angel di Maria and co. in sensational style.Even Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli couldn’t resist having a laugh at Louis van Gaal’s expense on Twitter.Check out the best tweets below…