Who’s been seen where and the big-name properties up for grabs
Leigh Whicker is moving on . . . in a real-estate sense, that is. Our spies report the SANFL chief executive placed his Lynton home on the market last week with Smallacombe’s Andrew and Leith Friebe . . . .and a cool price guide of $1.195 million–$1.295 million.
We’re told Mr Whicker, who has lived in the home for almost three years, has bought another dwelling in a similar area and is preparing for a change in lifestyle with his family.
Leith talks the home up as having one of the best swimming pools he has seen.
And he’s probably right on the money because it has spa-jet facilities and coloured lighting.
But that’s not all the property has going for it.
‘‘It has stunning views; absolutely uninterrupted views of the coast and the city,’’ Andrew says.
‘‘It has three double bedrooms, a large lounge, dining and kitchen area and two other living areas, including a family room at the rear that opens up to an alfresco entertaining area. As well, there is a big area downstairs that could be used as a home theatre or games room.’’
Although the property has been on the market for only a week, it already has attracted plenty of interest.
Expressions of interests close July 28, unless sold before.
A businesswoman is selling her stunning million-dollar-plus Tennyson home. We can’t reveal her name, but she’s well known in the accommodation industry.
‘ ‘ My c h i l d r e n l e f t h o me earlier this year and now I’m on my own I’m going to downsize,’’ she told Property Spy.
‘‘I love that it’s facing east, away from the sun and the wind. I’ve lived on the beach before but this is better. I absolutely adore it but it’s just so big. It’s a great family home.’’
The home is just a threeminute walk to the beach and provides an enviable l owmaintenance lifestyle.
It was placed on the market this week with Toop & Toop agent Becky Neale and a price tag of $2.8 million.
Toop & Toop managing director Anthony Toop says to keep your eyes peeled for some more hot property about to hit the market.
‘‘We’re dealing with some extremely high-end property at present,’’ he said. ‘‘I can’t divulge which properties but there are some iconic homes with highprofile owners that are not far from hitting the market.’’
The pool that Leigh Whicker will miss.