Perfect property for living the high life

first_img4102/140 Alice St, Brisbane City, BrisbaneIF you’ve always wanted to live on top of the world, this is the penthouse for you.The new luxury penthouse apartment is in Sunland’s Abian. It spans 323sq m with views over the Brisbane River and botanical gardens.On entry, spacious, open-plan living areas are accentuated by travertine tiles, high ceilings and neutral colour schemes, with floor-to-ceiling glass flooding the interior with natural light.From the front door, two galleries lead to the main living hub, providing art lovers with more than 10 metres to showcase their finest pieces. 4102/140 Alice St, Brisbane City, Brisbane“There is also a 20m dual-lane, temperature-regulated pool and spa, perfect for relaxation and fitness.” DETAILS 4102/140 Alice St, BrisbaneFour bed, three bath, four carFor sale: By expressions of interest, closing Jan 22, 5pmAgent: Simon Caulfield, Place Kangaroo Point 4102/140 Alice St, Brisbane City, BrisbaneAgent Simon Caulfield described the penthouse as the pinnacle of splendour and luxury, with Abian a building like no other in Brisbane — offering an array of world-class amenities.“The moment you enter the grand foyer you are met with extravagance,” Mr Caulfield said.“Formal sitting and meeting rooms are complimented by a 24-hour concierge service, with staff available for everything from mail delivery to dog walking and dry cleaning and apartment cleaning services.“On level two, a health club offers six-star gym facilities fully stocked with Technogym machines, free weights and yoga mats, while a day spa-like arrangement offers a one-of-a-kind Turkish Hammam and steam room, sauna and cold plunge pool. 4102/140 Alice St, Brisbane City, BrisbaneOverlooking a living and dining space and covered balcony with curved glass is the kitchen, featuring Calcutta marble bench tops, two-pac cabinetry, Miele appliances including gas and induction cook tops, a built-in wine fridge, double integrated fridges and a butler’s pantry with soft-close doors and drawers. 4102/140 Alice St, Brisbane City, BrisbaneMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoOff the gallery space, a hallway leads right to a library before curving around to a laundry with an internal clothes line, a bathroom and two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes. The library, appointed with a bookshelf of more than five metres, then leads through to a media room and a bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an ensuite.In its own wing for privacy, the main bedroom features a bespoke his and hers walk-in wardrobe with plenty of hanging and cupboard space, luggage storage and a jewellery shelf. An ensuite completes the room, boasting opulence with its art-inspired vanity and bidet.last_img read more

Injured musician an involved dad

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake “My concern is for his hands,” family friend Leslie Garman said. “That’s his livelihood, playing violin. He is so accomplished. But I was told he was conscious and walking around before they took him to the hospital, so that’s encouraging. He’s under covers now, so they won’t know how bad it is for a while.” Ewart also is a sports dad, coaching the neighborhood swim team and youth baseball at the William S. Hart PONY Baseball and Softball League, where’s he’s on the board of directors, said neighbor Kathy Grimes. “He’s a totally involved father, really involved in all the kids’ activities,” Grimes said. “He coaches every sport his kids are involved with,” Garman said. “He’s so well-known.” Every year, he throws a huge Christmas party for friends and neighbors. His home is the one in the neighborhood decked to the hilt for every holiday, said neighbor Anne Reinders. VALENCIA – Violinist David Ewart is a man of many talents. A former member of both the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, his stringed performances are featured on more than 800 recordings by artists ranging from Neil Diamond, Ricky Martin and Elvis Costello to the soundtracks for movies such as “Spider-Man 2,” “The Notebook” and “Million Dollar Baby.” Ewart, his father, Hugh, who is concertmaster emeritus for the Portland Symphony, and his son, Michael, were critically injured when Ewart’s Via Escovar home burned early Tuesday morning. Ewart’s injuries included serious burns to his hand, and friends are hoping he will recover to again play his violin. “We walked by last night with the dogs,” Reinders said. “They were having a really nice party. Everything was lit up, lots of decorations, lots of people. This house is always decorated in the season.” Staff Writer Patricia Farrell Aidem contributed to this story. Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 carol.rock@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more