One of the bathrooms in the house at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton.He said confidence was improving and there was stability in the Brisbane housing market.“We haven’t seen the spikes Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast have,” he said.“The likes of Ascot, Hamilton, Clayfield, Hendra, have had very gradual growth and because it has been drawn out, that growth is more sustainable than what we saw in 2007/2008. “The other reason we’ve seen a better top end market is more prestige properties have come on the market.” One of the terraces on the house at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton.The house spans three levels, framed by walls of glass and high ceilings, and offers 180 degree views of the river and city.Features include four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a double garage, a pool, two living rooms, two kitchens, a media room, a home office and an internal lift. The pool at the property at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton, which has sold for $5.25m.The sale has also landed the property in the top 10 residential sales in the city so far this year, taking seventh position. Selling agent Dwight Ferguson of Ray White Ascot said two potential buyers made offers for the property, but one was too good for the vendor to refuse. The indoor kitchen at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton.Mr Ferguson said demand for prestige property was strong, particularly in the $3 million-plus price range.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“Numbers through open homes in top end properties are greater than they’ve been for a long time,” Mr Ferguson said. One of two living areas in the home.The home is only a couple of doors down from the lavish mansion that was once home to disgraced businessman Christopher Skase, who had it built in the late 1980s. This property at 110 Virginia Ave, Hawthorne, sold for $11.128m earlier this year.A home in Ascot formerly owned by Domino’s Pizza boss Don Meij sold for $11 million in March.TOP 10 BRISBANE RESIDENTIAL SALES OF 20181. 110 Virginia Ave, Hawthorne $11.128m2. 27 Sutherland Ave, Ascot $11m3. 33 Moray St, New Farm $11.3m4. 33 Maxwell St, New Farm $8.5m5. 150 Adelaide Street East, Clayfield $7m6. 30 Windermere Rd, Hamilton $5.95m7. 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton $5.25m8. 17 Ningana St, Fig Tree Pocket $5.1m9. 4 Welwyn Cres, Coorparoo $5.025m10. 127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer $5m This home at 36 Dickson Tce, Hamilton, sold for $10.138m.That property at 36 Dickson Tce, Hamilton, sold late last year in another offmarket deal for $10.138 million to hotelier Steven Shoobridge.It has been another big year for Brisbane’s prestige property market, with a riverfront mansion at 110 Virginia Ave, Hawthorne, fetching $11.128 million in July in the biggest home sale of 2018 so far. The view from the living room at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton.Mr Ferguson said the buyer was from Brisbane and was excited to move in and make it the family’s “forever home”.It had been planned that the modern mansion would go to auction on December 8, but that has now been cancelled. REAL ESTATE: This house at 41 Dickson Tce, Hamilton, has sold for $5.25m.A HAMILTON Hill trophy home next door to the former mansion of the late Christopher Skase has sold for a whopping $5.25 million.The brand new house at 41 Dickson Terrace sold a few days before it was due to be publicly listed on the market — reflecting the strong appetite for luxury homes in Brisbane’s top end of town.
Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Bio Latest Posts GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 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. [email protected] Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) John Hassett of the George Stevens Academy Eagles holds a big lead en route to his Penobscot Valley Conferencechampionship win on Saturday. PHOTO BY HUGH BOWDENBUCKSPORT — A pair of Hancock County runners turned in winning performances at Saturday’s Penobscot Valley Conference cross-country championships.Just a week after claiming county titles, sophomore John Hassett of the George Stevens Academy Eagles and senior Caroline Driscoll of the Mount Desert Island Trojans were first across the finish line over Bucksport’s five-kilometer course.Hassett, still only a sophomore, was the front runner in a GSA contingent that finished second to Orono in the boys’ team competition.“I wanted to go out strong and then let the race unfold,” said Hassett.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAnd he did just that, taking the lead in the early going and finishing 46 seconds in front of runner-up senior Josh Zaspsky of Hermon with his winning time of 17 minutes and 15.07 seconds.Driscoll, who is closing out her running career with the Trojans as one of Eastern Maine’s top runners, led the MDI girls to the large schools team championship on Saturday.MDI finished with just 19 points, followed by Caribou 51, Ellsworth 96, John Bapst 101, Presque Isle 138, Old Town 149, Hermon 172 and Washington Academy 210.Driscoll held off sophomore Hannah Steelman of Orono by about four seconds with her winning time of 19:54.51, with three of her teammates also turning in top 10 finishes.Senior Waylon Henggeler was fifth in 20:38.99, sophomore Lydia DaCorte was seventh in 20:51.55 and junior Sakura Sunagawa was 10th n 21:24.69.Behind them for the Trojans were sophomore Emma Strong, 12th in 21:38.59; freshman India Janes, 24th in 22:33.43; and senior Sydney Wright, 38th in 23:42.57.For third place Ellsworth, senior Haley Lawrence was fourth overall in 20:26.06, senior Mariah Brown was 28th in 23:04.20, senior Olivia Lounder was 37th in 23:42.43, freshman Katelynn Bagley was 41st in 24:02.65, junior Julia Zavaleta was 55th in 25:21.04, senior Emine Mutlu laws 79th in 29:27.53 and senior Bailey Neale was 87th in 32:27.05.In the girls’ small schools team competition, Orono finished with 21 points, followed by GSA 43, Mattanawcook Academy 76 and Lee Academy 95.Freshman Eliza Broughton led GSA’s Eagles, finishing ninth in 21:22.63. She was followed by freshman Zeya Lorio, 17th in 21:59.06; junior Hanna Gutow, 20th n 22:07.92; freshman Mary Richardson, 23rd in 22:27.01; sophomore Emma Larson-Whittaker, 33rd in 23:23.43; junior Rachel DesFosses, 34th in 23:25.78; and sophomore Bella Cimeno, 45th in 24:16.47.For the Bucksport Golden Bucks, junior Natalie Coleman was 21st in 22:18.02 and sophomore Natasha Clement was 56th in 25:22.27In the boys’ competition, Orono’s Red Riots won the small schools boys’ team title with 26 points, followed closely by GSA with 32, Lee Academy with 77 and Central with 91.Finishing behind Hassett for GSA’s Eagles were junior Devlin Valle, seventh in 18:34.55; senior Tate Yoder, 18th in 19:05.60; junior Oliver Broughton, 28th in 19:36.71; junior Aylen Wolf, 33rd in 19:53.54; junior Frank Schweizer, 65th in 21:05.46; and freshman Dylan DesFosses, 92nd in 24:00.48.For the Bucksport Golden Bucks, junior Skyler Fraga led the way, placing 40th in 20:07.72. Behind him were freshman Ramon Perez, 61st in 20:54.82; senior Amaziah Jones, 63rd in 21:03.94; and senior Michael Soteres, 73rd in 21:34.76.In the boys’ large schools competition, the tight pack of Caribou was enough to give the Vikings first place with 39 points.All seven Caribou runners finished in a seven-second span from eighth to 17th place.Senior Ralph Magnani finished fifth overall to lead the MDI Trojans to second place among large schools with 48 points.Behind them came Foxcroft Academy 107, Old Town 118, John Bapst 132, Presque Isle 152, Ellsworth 195, Hermon 207 and Washington Academy 209.Magnani completed the 5K course in 18:31.60 for MDI. He was followed by senior Jordan Harris, 11th in 18:45.68; junior Peter Philbrook, 12th in 18:45.68; senior Ethan Craigo, 19th in 19:05.75; junior Dylan Harris, 30th in 19:38.99; senior David Anderson, 34th in 19:54.62; and sophomore Josh Bloom, 36th in 20:02.49.For Ellsworth, junior Noah Robidoux was 44th in 20:15.37, freshman Matt Frost was 45th in 20:19.05, freshman Austin Baron was 76th in 22:05.41, senior Derek Look was 85th in 22:41.20, junior Conrad Svec was 86th in 22.45.71 and junior Tim Curts was 96th in 26:57.18.In the girls’ junior varsity competition, GSA sophomore Hanna Jordan was first in 23:31.45 and senior teammate Cedar Slagle was runner-up in 23:34.27.All of the PVC runners and more will be competing on Saturday, Oct. 25, in the Eastern Maine championships at the Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.The Class C boys’ race will kick things off at 11 a.m., followed by the Class C girls’ race at 11:35.The Class B boys’ race will be at 1:20 p.m., followed by the Class B girls’ race at 1:55.
Wenger’s current contract runs until next summer but he denies suggestions he’s already planning beyond that.Meanwhile, the awards keep coming for Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.He’s now been named the Premier League Player of the Season. The forward has already been chosen as the Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year after helping steer his side to the title.