Developer Robin Wright has pulled off large living without sacrificing elegance

first_img8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove.The house offers a large lifestyle with an expansive open plan living area, soaring ceilings, bedrooms which comfortably fit two queen sized beds and the showpiece of them all — 20m of river frontage. 8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove.LIVE life on a large scale in this waterfront property in the exclusive Sanctuary Cove estate.Enter through the gatehouse which opens to reveal an impressive north-easterly facing family home. 8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove.While the home sits on a grand scale it oozes elegance and quality workmanship with Jarrah timber finishes and polished tiles. 8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove.“The most elegant parts of Ahn’s home are the finer touches — the staircase, the water feature and the beautiful furnishings,” he said.“When Ahn is home in Australia we always catch for dinner and I always admire his home design.” center_img 8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove. Homeowner Ahn Tae bought the 818sq m block 12 years ago to accommodate his large family. The house was developed in a year by Mr Tae’s friend Robin Wright.“I met Ahn through a friend, he was living in Korea and needed someone to build a large home,” Mr Wright said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago 8088 Riverside Drive, Sanctuary Cove.“Ahn was hoping his family would come out and live with him on the Gold Coast because he absolutely loved it here but the family decided to stay in Korea. Ahn and his family have only ever used it as a holiday home.” Mr Wright has built many large houses but said it was tricky pulling off a home that was both elegant and big at the same time.last_img read more

Art Vision Finally Coming to Life

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe idea started back in 1974 but never was brought to life until now. It’s finally happening the art vision for the Alpena bi–path is currently picking up speed.Last week stones for phase 2 arrived at ACC and now phase 3 will be starting thanks to an endowment fund, the community, and one local couple, August and Peggy Matuzak.Owner of a local art gallery in Alpena, Matuzak said he and his wife wanted to continue to bring more tourist to town and create more activities for families to enjoy.Phase 3 will include a timeline of proposed sculptures that will include 12 pieces in the time span from 2019 until the year 2030. If you would like to donate to phase 3 you can visit the Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan or contact them at 989–354–6881.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious New Brewery Set For Downtown AlpenaNext Local Girls Raise Funds in Remembrance of Grandmother for Hospice of Michigan’s Upcoming 5klast_img read more