10 Oakview Circuit, Brookwater.“We were actually one of the first blocks sold at Brookwater,’’ Mr Scott said.“We had pretty much first go at what we thought was the best block in the estate, we chose right on the 18th tee, with a north east aspect and a really big block too.“We wanted to build something a little bit out of the ordinary, so we had an architectural design, something that wasn’t a cookie cutter style of estate house.’’Mr Scott said the golf course had been a real draw card for them.“We were members of the course, we played a lot,’’ he said.While he always held onto the remote possibility that he would one day return to Brisbane, he didn’t think that was going to happen to had decided to sell.The house has polished timber floors and a timber deck which overlooks the 18th tee.It has a separate media room while the main bedroom has a large ensuite with a walk in robe and separate private study. 10 Oakview Circuit, Brookwater.The property has a swimming pool and sauna room. 10 Oakview Circuit, Brookwater.The home at 10 Oakview Circuit, Brookwater has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.It is listed through Phil Waight of Ray White Paddington.While Mr Scott is well known for his footballing prowess, it was another sporting pursuit that appealed to him when buying the home.It backs onto the renowned Brookwater Golf Course.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 10 Oakview Circuit, Brookwater.THE time has come for former Brisbane Lions premiership player Chris Scott to finally cut ties with Brisbane.Scott who is the senior coach of the Geelong AFL club has listed his Brookwater home for auction on May 27.
OTIS — The following are winning results from the inaugural Down East Family YMCA Ice-Fishing Derby held Feb. 10-11.Contestants were allowed to fish at any lake or pond legally open to fishing throughout Hancock County. Weigh-ins were held both days at Dunn’s Aviation Hangar on Beech Hill Pond in Otis.The top-two finishers in each division were declared winners, and event organizers handed out over $10,000 worth of prizes. Winning fish were decided by weight in pounds.SalmonChris Kane, 24.21 inches, 4.80 pounds (Branch Lake)Keith Morges, 22.09 inches, 3.50 pounds (Branch Lake)This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textTogueJoe Garcia, 27.60 inches, 7.55 pounds (Green Lake)Sam Bunch, 25.08 inches, 6.70 pounds (Green Lake)PickerelJohn Perry, 25.08 inches, 3.75 pounds (Green Lake)Ben Naumann, 24.02 inches, 3.65 pounds (Green Lake)Brook troutChris Wilson, 18.90 inches, 2.70 pounds (Lower Hadlock Pond)Tim Grant, 16.73 inches, 1.85 pounds (Lower Hadlock Pond)BassMitchell Domagala, 19.84 inches, 3.80 pounds (Upper Patten Pond)Heather Gordon, 18.31 inches, 3.45 pounds (Beech Hill Pond)