Former Queensland Treasurer Keith DeLacy lists Brisbane penthouse

Former Queensland Treasurer Keith DeLacy lists Brisbane penthouse
Former Queensland Treasurer Keith DeLacy lists Brisbane penthouse

Former Queensland Treasurer Keith DeLacy and wife Yvonne are selling their inner Brisbane penthouse.

The two level Queen Street apartment in the MacArthur Chambers building cost $1.75 million in 2008.

The building takes its name from General Douglas MacArthur who commandeered the premises as a base during World War 11.

Keith, who was Queensland Treasurer from 1989 to 1996, and is now involved in agricultural start-ups suggests the apartment was perfect for an executive to hold meetings.

It's being offered through Ray White Ascot agent Ian Cuneo.

Former Queensland Treasurer Keith DeLacy lists Brisbane penthouse

They've also listed their long-held family home in Redlynch, 13 kilometres inland from Cairns.

Debbie North at Cairns Property Office is asking for offers over $1 million for the property which comes with two separate residences.

The couple paid $80,000 some three decades ago for the 8,622 sqm parcel. Construction was finished in 1989. DeLacy was the member for Cairns between 1983 and 1998.

They're set to use the proceeds of both properties to consolidate in Brisbane. 

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section. 

 

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