Former Miss World Australia Erin Holland buys Brisbane investment

Former Miss World Australia Erin Holland buys Brisbane investment
Former Miss World Australia Erin Holland buys Brisbane investment

Like many young Sydneysiders, former Miss World Australia Erin Holland has bought an investment in Brisbane.

The sports presenter spent $745,000 on her Cannon Hill first home buy.

The rentvestor secured a classic elevated four-bedroom Queenslander home, held by the same family for over four decades.

“Pinch me, hard work truly pays off,” Holland posted to her 314,000 Instagram followers. “Four years ago this was just a distant dream.”

It has been quite a year for Holland, who is now engaged to Brisbane Heat cricketer Ben Cutting.

She’s been splitting her time between a Zetland rental and Cannon’s home in Hawthorne, which cost him $965,000 six years ago.

Cutting has been an active investor recently, selling his Cannon Hill new-build for $1.06 million having paid $530,000 two years ago for the building block.

Cutting’s business, Deep Backward Square Developments, is a nod to his fielding position, while Holland’s acquisition is on aptly named Princess Street.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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