Brand new apartments in luxury Cairns complex now for sale

first_imgValle Vista is a brand new complex with eight apartments at 76-78 Intake Road, Redlynch.AN incomparable suite of apartments has entered the market in Cairns’ second most searched suburb, in a brand new luxury complex.Built by Plos Constructions, eight quality apartments now stand tall in the Valle Vista complex at 76-78 Intake Road, Redlynch.All apartments have been exclusively listed with LJ Hooker Edge Hill’s Kim Ryan with the first four targeting residential buyers now on the market, with the second lot of four, catering more for holiday letting, to be listed in the future.Valle Vista is a brand new complex with eight apartments at 76-78 Intake Road, Redlynch.MORE NEWSTen FNQ family homes under $250kMost viewed homes this yearAussies unsure how to turn property dream to realityThe spacious apartments each include three bedrooms, two bathrooms including master ensuite, open-plan living areas and double lockup garages with storage, listed at $645,000 negotiable.With each apartment varying between 189sq m to 194sq m, Ms Ryan said there was nothing comparable at Redlynch when it came to large, luxury units.“They’ve been designed for anyone looking for a low-maintenance lifestyle, each apartment is ‘turn key’ – everything is ready,” Ms Ryan said.Valle Vista is a brand new complex with eight apartments at 76-78 Intake Road, Redlynch.“There’s not many new apartments coming on in Cairns and especially Redlynch. The closest you’ll get are the larger complexes, but in terms of floor space and quality of finish, there’s nothing like this.”More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agoWith an onsite lap pool, there is also a shared entertainment area, but each apartment also enjoys privacy inside the gated complex with individual private balconies.The sustainable complex also has solar power and elevator access to the apartments.Valle Vista is a brand new complex with eight apartments at 76-78 Intake Road, Redlynch. The waterfall island bench in the kitchen with the illuminated glass panel.Each apartment is tiled throughout, with a central living area and a kitchen featuring a waterfall island benchtop including a bespoke, illuminated glass panel.“You can print a really nice photo and have that placed in front of that kitchen benchtop, inside that panel,” Ms Ryan said.The complex is only minutes to Redlynch Central Shopping Centre.The apartments will be open for viewing on Saturday, August 22, 11am-1pm.last_img read more

Volleyball club ‘Una’ double champions in Italy

first_imgAs a part of Day of Italian Republic, in Milano, Rho Municipality from 23 to 28 April, series of events were held and among them was V FMA International Volleyball Tournament, and 18 teams from Italy, Spain, Poland and BIH participated.The only representative of BiH was the team of Women volleyball club ‘Una’ from Bosanska Krupa who was in the group B where they defeated team from Italy and team from Poland and thus have qualified to finals where they defeated the host Gioisso and won yet another golden medal for the first place.Also, young volleyball team (U-14) won the first place in their category.(Source: read more

James Jordan to present a program on “Buckskin Joe”

first_imgJames JordanSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — On Monday, September 22, James Jordan, editor of the Wellington Daily News, and former editor of the Arkansas City Traveler, will present the program “Buckskin Joe”.  Jordan will share tales and true stories of one of South Central Kansas’s early settlers and interesting characters to the Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Society members and guests at the Good Taste Chinese Buffet meeting room, 1311 E. 16th, Wellington.The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.; the meal at 5:30 p.m..When James Jordan attended a story-telling seminar, he knew his next step was to find a character to portray.Jordan enjoyed reading old newspapers, so when he read about E.J. Hoyt, better known as Buckskin Joe, he knew he had found his character.“I kept seeing his ads,” Jordan said, “and I got to studying them a little bit. His ads were always really funny.”“Buckskin Joe was a person of many talents,” Jordan said, adding that he was a Canadian citizen who fought in the Civil War and that earned him citizenship and a land grant. And the land grant brought him to Kansas and the Arkansas City area.“Buckskin Joe was one of the original settlers to found Arkansas City in 1870” Jordan said, “He settled on the Walnut River, two miles from where the city was founded.”Jordan said that Buckskin Joe worked as an Indian scout, performed in a circus, and later traveled in Wild West Shows with Pawnee Bill.Jordan said that among Buckskin Joe’s many interests were his grocery store in Arkansas City, and his gymnasium, where he practiced gymnastics. Jordan added that Buckskin Joe walked a tight rope across the main street in Arkansas City in the 1880’s.“The Museum at Ark City actually has his balancing pole,” Jordan said.“He was also a self-taught musician,” Jordan said, adding that he called himself a professor of music, claimed he could play 17 instruments, and started the Arkansas City Municipal Band, one of the oldest bands in the state that has continuously operated.According to the June 26, 1878 Arkansas City Traveler newspaper, Buckskin Joe and his band were to spend July 4, 1878 in Wellington “to give the people of that burg a taste of good music.”“He also was heavily into gold mining and seemed to have a knack for finding it,” Jordan said, “he made a fortune in the Colorado gold mines, and claimed to have found gold near Arkansas City, but said it was too small of an amount to be mined.”Jordan said that after about 1880 he spent his summers in Colorado mining gold and his winters in Kansas teaching music.  Then about 1900, he moved to California, where he lived until he died in 1918.“He was just an amazing character,” Jordan said.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more