Ex Wallaby and Queensland Reds star Will Genia is the newest overseas-based sports activities star seeking to offload property in a scorching market, with one in all his two homes up for public sale.
His two properties in Brisbane had been placed on the rental market when the rugby union star taking part in for Kintetsu Liners in Japan, alongside former Reds star Quade Cooper.
He has been burned earlier than on the property market, dropping $70,000 on the short sale of a home in Belmont 12 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD in 2012.
However that’s unlikely to be the case with his current listing, given present market demand is at its hottest degree in many years, particularly in suburbs with good proximity to town.
Mr Genia paid $815,000 in 2018 for the quaint three bedder in Coorparoo which is now on the market. It was a lot lower than he’d forked out for his sprawling Carindale 4 bedder that was picked up for $1.1m in 2012 and which stays on the rental market.
Brokers Kate Collingwood and Nick Kouparitsas of Ray White Ascot listed the Coorparoo property as a “Nineteen Fifties cottage in a extremely coveted place”.
Within the yard, there may be additionally a separate 55sq m storage/studio excellent for a house enterprise, workshop or retreat.
“This property is a clean canvas with renovation potential,” was how they described it. “With so many present or future choices to seize magnificent metropolis views, savvy consumers won’t wish to miss the excellent worth of this extremely fascinating place”.
The funding property at 19 Gristock Street, Coorparoo, is on a 607sq m block and goes underneath the hammer at 5pm on April 22.
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