Storage director Andrew Catosulis downsizing after Holland Park home sale

Storage director Andrew Catosulis downsizing after Holland Park home sale
Storage director Andrew Catosulis downsizing after Holland Park home sale

The National storage managing director Andrew Catsoulis and his wife Karen have sold their Brisbane home to a local buyer.

The Holland Park offering sold for $3.2 million through Place Kangaroo Point agent Simon Caulfield.

Caulfield said nothing in Holland Park under 2000 sqm of land had been sold at that price.

The Catsoulis family were downsizing because they had too much space, Caulfield told The Courier Mail.

It comes with self-contained guest accommodation, a shed designed as a man cave with work bench and television, multiple entertaining areas, a media room, numerous gardens and grassed areas, a 25m lap pool, and a gym with racking for bikes.

The impressive property even has special black and white speckled granite pavers to the driveway, pedestrian pathways, and garaging for up to five vehicles.

The Catsoulises purchased the property in 2002 before building the house 12 months later.

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Residential Sales Holland Park

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