Basin Harbor Resort offering rooms to guests booked at closed properties throughout the state

first_imgBasin Harbor,As many resorts, inns and hotels throughout Vermont have either closed or become inaccessible in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, Vermont is offering guests of those properties complimentary stays at their resort. ‘We were very fortunate at Basin Harbor and are fully up and running, but we recognize that many in our industry are not so lucky.  This is Vermont, we all join together in times like this,’ said Pennie Beach, co-owner of Basin Harbor Club.  ‘For visitors who had a reservation at a property that is confirmed as closed or physically inaccessible due to roads, power, water etc. we’re offering complimentary accommodations on our property, with just a requested $10/night service fee to cover the cost of making up the room.’ To take advantage of this offer, guests will need to provide confirmation of reservation, rate and deposit paid at the original property.  Should guests choose to stay longer than their reservation at the original property, they will be charged at the going rate with applicable charges.Basin Harbor Club was established in 1886 by Ardelia Beach and has remained family owned for 125 years.  Today, guests are greeted by fourth generation hosts, Pennie Beach and Robert H. Beach, Jr.  Originally a 225-acre working farm catering to summer boarders, the resort has expanded to cover 700 acres of Vermont’s most pristine land along the shores of Lake Champlain, encompassing the main lodge, cottages, a private golf course, spectacular gardens, a 3,200 foot grass airstrip, and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’an organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain. For more information, please visit www.basinharbor.com(link is external) or call 1-800-622-4000.Vergennes, Vt. (August 30, 2011) ‘last_img read more

Lavish Brisbane sky home sells at a big discount after three years on the market

first_imgThe view from the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.A LAVISH sky home in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD has sold for a $775,000 discount after languishing on the market for nearly three years.It’s been a long time coming, but the contemporary apartment in the riverside Admiralty Precinct has finally changed hands for $2.725 million, more than 1000 days after first being listed for sale in August 2015. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The open plan living space at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.The master bedroom and three other spacious bedrooms all come with walk-in robes and ensuites.There’s an enormous 44 sqm entertainer’s balcony, a separate entertainment area, large study, plus a bar and wine cellar.The property offers five car spaces and use of the building’s resort-style facilities, including a tennis court, swimming pools, a gym and access to the riverside boardwalk to the Eagle Street Pier. Inside the home at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has just sold for $2.25m.The vendor had recently obtained Development Approval for a high-end apartment building, allowing for 11 apartments over five levels. One of the four bedrooms in the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.The second biggest sale of the past week according to CoreLogic was a grand, two storey house in one of Clayfield’s most prestigious streets. SOCCEROO SETTLES ON GOLD COAST BEAUTY This property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, has sold for $2.25m. This apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane, has sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.It was first listed with a price in December 2016, when it was advertised for offers circa $3.5 million.That price was then dropped to between $2.85 and $3.1 million in May 2017, but without any bites the property was eventually listed for ‘all offers considered!’ UNLISTED HOME SETS NEW RECORD center_img Inside the apartment at 432/30 Macrossan St, Brisbane.It was named the top sale of the past week by property researcher, CoreLogic.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoThe massive apartment on the 43rd floor at 432/30 Macrossan Street is bigger than most houses, spanning 315 sqm, and offers stunning, uninterrupted views of the Brisbane River, Story Bridge and the city. POWER COUPLE SLASH $3M OFF WATERFRONT MANSION Inside the property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has sold for $2.25m.The property at 20 Victoria Parade comprises a five-bedroom house on an 810 sqm parcel of land over two lots with 20 metre frontage. An artist’s impression of an apartment development proposed for the property at 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield, which has just sold for $2.25m. An artist’s impression of an apartment project proposed for 20 Victoria Pde, Clayfield.last_img read more