Goodlife Health Clubs founder relists Hawthorne home

Goodlife Health Clubs founder relists Hawthorne home
Goodlife Health Clubs founder relists Hawthorne home

Leon McNiece, founder of Goodlife Health Clubs and more recently Totalfusion, and wife Michelle, have relisted their former Hawthorne home.

The couple have owned the Aaron Avenue home since they paid $4.7 million in 2007. In 2013 they traded up to six bedroom Hawthorne home nearby, paying $7.48 million.

They also own a $3.5 million weekender in Palm Beach.

Their redundant Hawthorne home, set on 605 square metres on riverfront land with its own pontoon, is designed to take advantage of its waterfront position with views over the Brisbane River.

Goodlife Health Clubs founder relists Hawthorne home

There's four bedrooms, a home office, fully-equipped home theatre and an undercover entertainers deck.

Tropical gardens surround a salt water swimming pool.

Ray White East Brisbane agent David Price has the listing

McNiece, a fitness entrepreneur, established the Goodlife Health Club chain in 1998, selling the chain to Macquarie Leisure Trust for $60 million in 2007.

It was regarded as the second-most profitable business in the $60 billion fitness industry behind the big name Fitness First franchise.

Goodlife Health Clubs founder relists Hawthorne home

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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