Aussie swimming legend Daybreak Fraser could make extra from the sale of her Sunshine Coast funding property than she did throughout her complete profession as an athlete.
The 83-year-old has put her Noosa Heads home in the marketplace twenty years after shopping for it for $345,000.
Often known as Australia’s biggest feminine swimmer, the Olympian is hoping to fetch greater than $1 million for her four-bedroom, three-bathroom funding property in sought-after Wyandra Road.
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Sam Plummer of Noosa Property Brokers offered the property to Fraser again in 2001 and now has the pleasure of promoting it for her particular shopper.
Ms Plummer mentioned no enhancements had been made since then, and the property had already attracted some provides.
“It’s a good time to promote and to capitalise on this present market,” Ms Plummer mentioned.
“It’s attracting a good bit of consideration. We’re taking a look at provides in extra of $1 million.
“We’re promoting it as a house to both renovate and stay in your self, or chances are you’ll need to knock it down and construct your dream residence.”
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom residence, on a 599 sqm block, is ready over one stage, overlooking the pool and a park throughout the road.
There are two separate, unbiased dwelling zones linked through an inside breezeway to permit for a twin dwelling association.
Each dwelling areas open out to timber decking and overlook the pool, which is surrounded by established palms.
It’s presently rented for $600 per week, with the lease on account of expire in October.
Ms Plummer mentioned the Noosa market was “unprecedented”.
“It’s a market no person, I consider, has seen earlier than right here,” she mentioned.
“I’ve by no means seen this in my time, in 20 years.”
She mentioned she was discovering about 50 per cent of curiosity in Noosa actual property was coming from native consumers, whereas the remaining had been Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne residents trying to relocate there.
Over the course of her profession, Fraser received eight Olympic medals — 4 gold and 4 silver — and set 39 world information.