Little interest in Hanson house
PAULINE Hanson’s house remains on the market despite her agent sending tender documents to four prospective buyers.
Exclusive listing agent and LJ Hooker Yamanto principal Keith Edwards said Ms Hanson was holidaying in New Zealand for three weeks and would discuss the sale on her return.
“We sent out four tender documents to people who were genuinely interested in the property, and none were returned,” he said.
“We had three people from Queensland and one from Canberra who flew up to inspect the property.
“One of them contacted us about negotiating a price when the property comes onto the market with an announced price.
“Pauline will make a decision about that when she comes back from New Zealand.”
Mr Edwards said he was confident the property would be sold when the time was right.
“Because of the price and the location, you’re probably only looking at about two per cent of the buying market for this type of property,” he said.
The controversial former One Nation leader announced in February, plans to sell her 60-hectare Coleyville property and relocate to the United Kingdom.
The15-year-old architecturally designed home dubbed “Serendipity” has three separate wings and features a pool, eight-foot-wide verandas, raked cypress pine ceilings and polished pine floors.
A similar 16-hectare property recently sold for $1.345 million.
Just 25 minutes from the Ipswich CBD, Coleyville is a small rural town bordered by Warrill View and Mt Walker.