Two $5m-plus offers in two months for luxury riverfront home

first_img20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: BRISBANE riverfront home has fielded two $5m-plus offers in two months, in a sign of growing strength on the southern bank.The four bedroom prestige home at 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne had sealed a deal for $5.6m in April this year – a figure that would have been a massive $400,000 more than the owners paid just one year earlier. But that deal fell through on the buyer’s part. 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: had marketed the four bathroom, double garage home with pool as exceptional.“Set on 812m2 with over 16 metres of Brisbane River frontage and full city views, this streamlined home, with its prestigious lifestyle address, high-end finishes and sun washed alfresco entertaining areas, provides an abundance of privacy and tranquillity for your family,” his listing said.“All the homes bedrooms were king size with ensuites, while the master bedroom has ‘a lavish ensuite, kingsize walk-in wardrobe and your own private balcony with river city views’.”Marble benchtops, Gaggenau appliances including an integrated coffee machine, a soundproof home theatre and video security were among the luxury finishes. 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne, Qld 4171. Picture: 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 image of 20 Scott Street, Hawthorne which sold for a profit of $420,000 over 10 months.Within two months however, a second deal saw the home go under contract with a different buyer – this time for $5.2m which was $20,000 more than the homeowners had paid in April 2016.Real estate agent Trevor Egan of Ray White East Brisbane said the suburb was a prestige one and there was strong demand in the greater area.“In the last six weeks I’ve had over $20 million in sales from Camp Hill through to the riverfront,” he said. “It’s a family suburb, family oriented area and this is a prestige inner city home.”last_img read more

Nets’ D’Angelo Russell on his 44-point game vs. Kings: You ‘find a way to get it done’

first_imgThe 23-year-old guard wasn’t willing to take all the credit, though. After Brooklyn’s 123-121 victory over Sacramento, Russell attributed the win to his teammates for allowing him to get open. Related News NBA wrap: Bucks hand Lakers fourth consecutive loss The Nets pulled off an unlikely win Tuesday against the Kings after being down 28 points in the second half — and the comeback came behind D’Angelo Russell’s strong night.Russell scored a career-high 44 points with 27 coming in the fourth quarter, the most by an individual in a fourth quarter in the NBA this season. He scored 17 points in the first half, and didn’t have a single point in the third quarter. “I give a lot of credit to our bigs,” Russell said, per The Associated Press. “They set screens and got me open, got me downhill. Once you get downhill, any player that can get downhill and see the floor like that and see the rim wide open, the sky’s the limit.“Once you get in that groove it’s hard to get you out of it. No matter what defense a team throws at you, you’re going to find a way to get it done. That’s kind of what it was.” The Nets entered the fourth quarter trailing by 25. According to ESPN, they became just the fourth team since the shot-clock era started in 1954-55 to overcome a 25-point fourth-quarter deficit.“We were at our wit’s end, it was kind of desperation,” Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson. “It was a little bit like, ‘Let’s conserve our main guys and kind of play it out.’ I wasn’t expecting an amazing comeback, I just have to be honest. And then slowly but surely we started cutting the lead.”The victory gave the Nets a 37-36 record as they sit seventh in the Eastern Conference, 1 1/2 games ahead of the eighth-place Heat.last_img read more