Bruce Woodley from The Seekers sells Sunshine Coast retreat

Bruce Woodley from The Seekers sells Sunshine Coast retreat
Bruce Woodley from The Seekers sells Sunshine Coast retreat

Melbourne based Bruce Woodley, a founding member of the Australian band The Seekers, has sold the family's Sunshine Coast hinterland retreat.

He co-owned the home with former wife Sally and son Dan, the latter living in the home.

It fetched $949,000 after costing the trio $755,000 in 2013. It was bought when the family returned from running a boutique hotel in Bali.

The property features four bungalows, three of which are bedrooms and the fourth a living and kitchen area.

Harcourts Buderim agent Justin Boyanton sold the home which was initialised listed with other agents at $1.6 million in 2016.

Woodley was the main songwriter for The Seekers and was also the co-writer of the well known classic, I Am Australian.

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

 

 
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