Multi-level home in secluded location sells in three weeks

first_img287i Kenmore Road, Fig Tree Pocket.ONE of Fig Tree Pocket’s finest riverfront secrets has sold for $1.9 million after being on the market for just three weeks.The striking multi-level steel and cedar timber residence at 287i Kenmore Rd was purchased by a local who wanted a larger, more contemporary home.NGU Real Estate CEO Emil Juresic said: “They loved the layout of the house, the design and the amazing views of the river”.Mr Juresic took less than a month to sell the property which he said had received solid interest during the campaign.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The seller was so happy with the result and NGU’s work, that he gave us another investment property to sell,” Mr Juresic said. 287i Kenmore Road, Fig Tree Pocket.The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home was designed for entertaining with its indoor swimming pool, huge kitchen with teppanyaki hotplate, media room and numerous terraces.A selection of large balconies and terraces extend the shared living spaces and capitalise on wide water views.Mr Juresic said the luxury property market was very solid. The architecturally designed home is 10km from Brisbane’s CBD.last_img read more

St. Louis School wins SupportMusic Merit Award

first_imgBatesville, In. — The National Association of Music Merchants has awarded St. Louis School the 2019 SupportMusic Merit Award. This is part of the Best Communities for Music Education program, and is awarded to schools for their commitment to music education.St. Louis School was one of 98 schools in the country and one of four in Indiana to be recognized. Congratulations to Mrs. Pedersen and all of our parents who support music at St. Louis School!-0-last_img