Thomas Muster lists Noosa home

Thomas Muster lists Noosa home
Thomas Muster lists Noosa home

The former Austrian tennis champion Thomas Muster has listed one of his Noosa Heads riverfront properties at $5.9 million.

It was the first he bought on the water paying $2.8 million in 2013, with the house then designed by architect Tim Ditchfield, according to the marketing by Tom Offerman who declined to comment. 

Muster has most mystified since he's consolidated three nearby properties for a combined $9.9 million, though no application has yet been lodged with council.

Muster first bought into Noosa in 1994 when he paid $1 million for Cintamani, a 35-hectare hinterland property.

He sold it in 2002 for $7.6 million and bought back in 2006, spending $3.5 million on Noosa Hill, which he later sold to motor racing driver Mark Webber.

Muster spends time in Queensland because his former wife, Jo Beth Taylor, the former Australia's Funniest Home Videos host, has resided there on the Sunshine Coast with their son.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section. 

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