Nathan Tinkler puts $3.5 million plus asking price on Pullenvale acreage

Nathan Tinkler puts $3.5 million plus asking price on Pullenvale acreage
Nathan Tinkler puts $3.5 million plus asking price on Pullenvale acreage

The onetime coal baron Nathan Tinkler has put a $3.5 million plus asking price on his mega-mansion on a four hectare acreage outside Brisbane. 

Rebecca Tinkler bought the property in 2007 for $5.2 million from Brad Sugars. It's among several trophy homes owned by the Tinkler family.

"All serious offers considered," the advertising by First National Bayside agent Peter McDonald says.

It hit the market in May 2013, but withdrawn from marketing around September last year.

Property Observer reported in May this year that offers have been made at $3 million plus, but not yet at the then desired $4 million plus.

The seven-bedroom, five-bathroom Pullenvale home is nestled in the hills 15 kilometres west of Brisbane.

It has a resort-style spa and pool with two waterslides and a poolside bar. 

There is a floodlit champion size tennis court and a private golf green at the front of the four hectare block.

There are also stables and paddocks  for a number of horses. Tinkler has spread his collection of sports memorabilia and Hollywood minutia around the timber-floored house.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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