The home maximises the natural light and views.Ms Rudolph said another big settlement today will be the $2.05 million sale of 149/37 Harbour Rd, Hamilton. The Catalina apartment is exceptional quality from end to end.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago“The buyers were empty nesters and regarded the Catalina development as blue-chip riverfront,” Ms Rudolph said.“Compared to waterfront apartment sales where similar size properties are now achieving anywhere from $6 million plus, the buyers considered the freehold Catalina home to be exceptional buying and plan to add a lift into the property.” The open plan and beautiful of 53 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe.Ms Rudolph said not only did the buyers love the wide frontage to the river, but the homes large internal courtyard which was a rare features among properties in the development.She said many owners were refurbishing in the now 12-year-old Catalina complex because of the irreplaceable waterfront position. A great place to prepare a meal at 53 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe.She said the three-level, riverfront home achieved $200,000 more than the last property sold in the renowned Catalina project. The final price has been revealed for 53 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe in the renowned Catalina complex.Brisbane living doesn’t get much better than these beauties which both enjoy expansive water views.And now agent, Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm, can reveal the sale prices.Ms Rudolph said 53 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe took just four weeks to sell for $5.236 million — and the new owners believe it’s great buying at the price. 149/37 Harbour Road, Hamilton will provide plenty of room for when family visit, according to the new owners.The three-bedroom apartment in the Infinity project has been bought by local residents looking for a house-size apartment to accommodate children and grandchildren visiting from overseas.“This has been the first $2 million sale achieved in this building in seven years, which is a great recovery and shows that buyers will pay more for boutique owner-occupier apartment buildings.“The appeal of this particular apartment was that it had a wide frontage to the river, with an enormous terrace at the front, capturing river, city and mountain views, while the terrace at the rear was unique, being a substantial courtyard, which is increasingly difficult to find,” she said.