Film producers sell up
more time with the kids,” Mr McElroy said.
The couple expected to miss the atmosphere of Mission Beach and its mixed community of locals and tourists.
“Everybody i s so downto-earth, friendly and normal s o f o r u s to g e t away f rom the hurly- burly of showbiz and stress is nice,” Mr McElroy said.
The apartment offers a main bedroom with ensuite, kitchen, office, dining and living area, guest bathroom, laundry, heated plunge pool and 92sq m deck are on the top floor which is accessed by an elevator from the secure garage.
There’s an internal staircase connecting the downstairs level which includes three bedrooms.
The McElroys’ property is for sale through Colliers International’s Stacey Quaid and Richard Sholl.
“Homes of this style, size and calibre rarely come to market full stop,” Mr Quaid said.
“To find one in the context of the relaxed coastal atmosphere in Far North Queensland, well that’s something special again.
“We see this as a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to enjoy either year round or as the ideal home away from home.”
Expressions of interest close September 20, at 4pm.
IDYLLIC LIFESTYLE: Australian film and television producers Hal and Di McElroy are selling their Mission Beach penthouse.
RARE SALE: The stylish interior of the Kootaloo penthouse at 3/2 Coonanglebah Close, Mission Beach.
MOVING SOUTH: producers Di and Hal McElroy will miss their home at Mission Beach.