Loss taken as $6.5 million paid for Paul Little's Noosa retreat

Loss taken as $6.5 million paid for Paul Little's Noosa retreat
Loss taken as $6.5 million paid for Paul Little's Noosa retreat

Brisbanite Dana White - not the UFC president - and her husband Tony have spent $6.5 million to buy the Noosa retreat of the former Toll Holdings boss Paul Little.

Little is the chairman of the Essendon Football Club and has been a prominent public figure during the club's investigation by ASADA for alleged doping offenses.

His Witta Circle luxury house went on the market in 2011 with a price tag of $7.2 million having paid $7.6 million in the pre-global financial crisis year, 2007.

Property Observer speculated in August it had been sold for around $6.25 million.

The property comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a cinema and an office.

Barry Andersen at Rymar Properties bought the property for $2.6 million in 2005, selling it to Little in 2007.

The White's own a house in Clayfield, the Brisbane suburb which was bought in 2009 when the family moved from Albury.

(The initial article published wrongly identified the buyer.)

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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