Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home

Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home
Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home
Karl Stefanovic and his wife, Jasmine have bought their first home together... and it's in Queensland.
 
The expectant couple have spent $3.6 million at Sunshine Beach on the Sunshine Coast.
 
Their purchase is just 200 metres from the water.
 
Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home
 
It was on the market for 420 days before the couple made their whisper quiet purchase last month.

It was the first time the house had been sold since built.

"Perched on an elevated block overlooking Sunshine Beach, it's hard to go past this luxurious abode," the marketing suggested.

Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home

The television presenter last owned in Queensland 15 years ago when he sold his two bedroom home, to make the move south from Paddington, the trendy Brisbane suburb, to Sydney.
 
Stefanovic and his then wife, Cassandra Thornburn pocketed $371,500, in 2005 around the time he took over on the Today Show from veteran presenter Steve Liebmann.
 
The couple recently moved their Sydney abode, from inland Momsan to rent on Sydney Harbour.

The 2009-built bedroom Sunshine Beach home is on the same street where the tennis champion Pat Rafter previously owned.

The Stefanovic's join the increasing gang of Sydneysiders who have seek the sun up north for their holidays.

The Vaucluse-based Real Housewife Krissy Marsh bought in Noosa recently paying $9.8 million for a luxury home on Noosa Waters (below).

Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic buy Sunshine Beach holiday home

It is not far from the Dover Heights accountant Anthony Bell, who paid a record $10.31 million in 2017 for the waterfront with Kelly Landry as their retreat.

Hollywood start Dan MacPherson also owns at Sunshine Beach, where he has a two-level timber bolthole with ocean views that cost $2.15 million in 2010.

Sunshine Beach currently has $1.95 million median price for four bedroom homes, according to realestate.com.au, reflecting an annual rental yield of 2.3 percent for rental holiday homes.

It is one of the hottest property markets in the country, as based on five years of sales, Sunshine Beach has seen a stellar compound growth rate of 11 percent. 

This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph.

 

 
 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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