Little-used Toowoon Bay weekender sold by Ray Hadley

Little-used Toowoon Bay weekender sold by Ray Hadley
Little-used Toowoon Bay weekender sold by Ray Hadley

The 2GB broadcaster Ray Hadley has sold his little-used Toowoon Bay weekender on the Central Coast.

an offer came out of the blue for the beachfront property through McLachlan Partners agent Bruce McLachlan.

The home had four bedrooms, four bathrooms and also a gas heated plunge pool with cabana.

Its expansive ship-like terraces overlook what's been regularly voted NSW's cleanest patrolled beach.

It was bought for $3.5 million five years ago after its design by locals, EDH Architects.

McLachlan had it listed previously with a $3.5 million plus asking price when Hadley and his former wife, Suzanne were in the throws of separating.

Hadley has told mates he intends to keep his Hills district acreage.

Having won 99 consecutive ratings, he doesn't intend slowing down, but will be spending a bit more time on the Gold Coast.

He's bought back in with a highrise two bedder apartment purchase at Main Beach.

Between his Rugby League commentary on Channel 9 and also broadcasting periodically from Brisbane on 4BC, he's set to enjoy some downtime at the increasingly popular Tedder Avenue strip.

He'll no doubt be bumping into fellow Sydneysiders who've increasingly fancied Main Beach for their property forays in South East Queensland.

Business executive Katie Page is nearing completion of her development of the eight storey beachfront tower called M3565.

Mr Apartments himself, Harry Triguboff has owned at Main Beach since 1990.

One of the most recent entrants is Seven Boss Ryan Stokes, who paid $1.2 million in the prized Silverpoint building.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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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