More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoOrianna at Sandstone Point clubhouse.“At Orianna we give our clients what they want, not what we think they want,” she said.“The new Tallow range offers double lockup garages, a spacious open-living space, master bedroom with ensuite, two outdoor living areas and energy saving solar panels.”Ms Lombe said today’s retirees were no longer satisfied with the typical unit style retirement village but were rather searching for quality and a more active lifestyle.She said the Sandstone Point development was already attracting like-minded, active over 50s who were looking to free up their lifestyle by downsizing in style and transitioning into either a semi or full retirement.“All homes are owner occupier, there are no entry or exit fees and residents retain 100 per cent of the capital gain on sale, making Orianna at Sandstone Point an attractive choice,” Ms Lombe said.Facilities at the resort include a clubhouse featuring twin bowling greens, a resort style pool, private gym, cinema and a workshop.“The clubhouse will be the hub for the community to catch up, have a drink at the bar, grab a coffee with friends or strike up a game of billiards,” Ms Lombe said.“We are really trying to embrace the small-town feel of a peaceful, coastal community while still providing the amenities and convenience of city living.” Orianna at Sandstone Point’s, Tallow design, is the developers response to increasing demand for double garage residences.A BOUTIQUE lifestyle resort developer is listening to demand and delivering bigger and better living for the over 50s. Orianna Sandstone Point sales manager Karen Lombe said in response to demand the Orianna Resort Group was launching a series of newly designed homes with double lock up garages.“We understand our clients may be downsizing from their four-bedroom family home on 800sq m blocks, but not from life,” Ms Lombe said.“They still have hobbies, a second car or even a motorbike and want the option of a double garage.”Ms Lombe said the benefit of living in a lifestyle resort like Orianna was that it gave greater flexibility to its residents.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOwners Mike and Kate Phillips purchased the Centennial Building in 2015. Ever since they bought the nationally recognized structure, it was there vision to have the first floor be something that the public can access. The second and third floors will be short term vacation rentals.“There’s one question and one comment we get from everybody is that well I love that building but I never been able to be in it,” said Kate. “And they want to see it.”The Centennial Building was historically a space for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, a fraternal society established in the early 1700s. Members were only allowed behind their doors. Over the years, groups of people have stepped inside. But the vast majority of Alpena’s community have not.“For the doors to finally open to everybody it’ll be an interesting change in the building’s history,” said Mike.The idea to open the door to the Centennial sparked when the Phillips’ found out about a new and forming Alpena historical society. The group needed a space. And Mike and Kate had the perfect spot for members to meet.“We’re hoping to share [the building] with the public through the historical society,” said Kate. “The Centennial Building is all about history because it’s been here for so long and the historical society, I think, would be a good fit because it fits that category.”The rooms are empty and in need of repair. Mike and Kate said they plan to keep the Centennial Building close to its original state as they begin transforming this piece of history.“We’re finally getting ready to start the renovations and to give it a face lift and a new lease on life, another 140 years hopefully.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Art in the Loft Introduces New FaceNext United Way Team Searching for 100 Heroes to Help Hit 2018 Campaign Goal
Former player of the Youth representation of B&H and member of the teams Slovan Liberec, Mlade Boleslav and Sarajevo found a new club.Next season, he will be playing in Igman from Konjic. As he stated, he is very glad he arrived in Konjic and that he is well accepted after only few trainings.I have been training for a couple of days with the Igman team. It is really a good team. The players accepted me and everything is great for the moment. I hope this season will be successful for the club and for me. I am, so far, very satisfied here in Konjic” – said Krajina.(Source: Sport Centar)