Who’s been seen where and the big-name properties up for grabs
HE’S a big mover in the Variety Club, and now he is moving around the real-estate market.
Variety Club 4WD Challenge chairman Scott Limbert has just put his Lower Mitcham home on the market.
Scott, who has been there for about nine years, says the home is easily to live in. And how could it not be? It features three bedrooms, flexible living spaces and an 11m in-ground swimming pool and spa.
The standouts for Scott are the kitchen, lounge and dining areas, which spill out to the pool and spa – the scene of several, memorable summer parties. ‘‘It’s a unique home,’’ Scott says. ‘‘It’s almost 10 years old but it’s still very modern.’’
The home also features surroundsound and mood lighting throughout.
It has luxury carpets and blinds and a security alarm.
And motoring enthusiasts, like Scott, will love the workshop at the back for tinkering with their vehicles.
The home is listed with Brock Harcourts – Colonel Light Gardens agent Stephen Venn, with a price guide of $870,000-$940,000.
Meanwhile, local filmmakers Rose Tucker – the daughter of Raine & Horne’s Deb Tucker – and Matthew Salleh have just arrived back from the St Kilda Film Festival in Melbourne.
They now have taken a lease for their new studio in Gilles St, Adelaide.
Michael Murray, who owns three 40 Winks stores across Adelaide, is selling his Aberfoyle Park home.
Toop & Toop agent Jacque Opie – who is the listing agent for the property – says it is a standout for the suburb.
‘‘It’s absolutely stunning,’’ she says.
‘‘It’s a four-bedroom home with a study and is on 4000sq m in an estate setting.’’
The property is on the market for $1.3 million to $1.43 million.
Michael is moving to enjoy a change in lifestyle. You might remember us telling you about Brownlow Medallist Gavin Wanganeen’s Walkerville property that recently was listed for sale.
Well, it was passed in at auction but since has attracted multiple offers.
Toop & Toop staffers say negotiations are under way. For those who forget, it is a modern home near the Walkerville football oval.
SEEKING VARIETY: Scott Limbert’s Lower Mitcham home is on the market.