Award-winning Alba Terrace in Ascot is almost a total sellout

first_imgAlba Terrace in Ascot.“The buyers to date have predominantly been local owner occupiers seeking a sophisticated and stylish lifestyle, close to the CBD, local cafes and restaurants, boutique shopping and renowned local schools,” she said.The building has a hotel-style lobby decorated with pendant lighting and feature wall artwork. The apartments are open by appointment at 9 Lapraik Street in Ascot. Alba Terrace in Ascot.“We have been looking for a long time and Alba Terrace was ideal for us due to the location and the boutique size of the development, it really has a homely feel,” Ms Fisher said. “Considering we work in high end construction industry, the quality of finishes were very important to us when choosing our next home, and we thought that this project was miles ahead of other developments in terms of quality.” 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 agoAlba Terrace in Ascot.Ms Fisher said the floorplan suited them, along with the large ensuite bathroom.“It just shows that they really had the owner occupier in mind when designing the apartments,” she said.“We chose a ground level apartment with a courtyard which has direct street access, and this was a big thing for us as we have a dog. The courtyard is spacious, great for entertaining and has a grassy area with a landscaped plant bed.“We never thought we would find something to move straight into that we were happy with and that would suit our lifestyle. This is pretty much exactly what we wanted.” Alba Terrace in Ascot.Developed by Effinity, Alba Terrace has 29 two and three-bedroom apartments starting at $548,000.The project recently won the Master Builders Queensland Brisbane award for “Medium Density up to 3 storeys and over 5 dwellings or multiple Class 1 dwellings”.Colliers International project manager Rachel Hutson said residents had been impressed with the final product and exceptional finishes delivered, some of which include bluestone tiled floors, Miele appliances, ducted air conditioning, free standing bath tubs and high ceilings. Rob and Davina Fisher, with their dog Toro, are loving their courtyard of their newly finished apartment in Alba Terraces, Ascot. Photo by AAP: Mark CallejaFIRST residents have moved into a luxury apartment development in Ascot with only seven residences remaining on the market.Davina and Rob Fisher, with their dog Toro, have recently moved into Alba Terrace, impressed with the quality of finish and spacious courtyard.last_img read more

Floyd Mayweather Suffers Second Family Loss

first_imgRoger Mayweather (right), uncle of boxing great Floyd, passed away at the age of 58 years Despite the pair being separated, the 43-year-old has spent the last few days posting to his Instagram page images of himself and Harris during happier times.The pictures were posted along with tributes calling her ‘my rock’ ‘my friend’ and ‘my angel and ‘my love’.Roger was a key member of Floyd’s training team, training the 50-0 boxer when he made his pro debut in 1996 until his father, Floyd Senior, was released from prison two years later.The pair reunited in 2000 and were an iconic fighter-trainer duo for 12 years as Floyd established himself as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters on the planet, as well as being a pay-per-view king.Owing to health problems, Roger retired from coaching and Floyd Senior took over as head coach for the twilight of his son’s career.Roger fought 72 fights as a professional, winning 59 of them over an 18-year boxing career. He held the WBA and super featherweight title and WBC light welterweight title during his career.His fighting career is best noted for his memorable bouts with Julio Cesar Chavez and Ray Mancini.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Floyd Mayweather has suffered a second personal heartbreak in a matter of days after his uncle Roger, who played an integral role in his fabled career, passed away aged 58 according to TMZ.The former boxer, who retired in 1999, reportedly had been suffering from poor health including diabetes, and had held the mitts for Floyd when he first set foot in professional boxing.Tuesday’s news follows from what has been a tough period for Floyd, after Josie Harris, the mother of his three children, was found dead in her car by police in California last week.last_img read more