Former Bomber chairman David Evans buys $14 million Sunshine Beach home

Former Bomber chairman David Evans buys $14 million Sunshine Beach home
Former Bomber chairman David Evans buys $14 million Sunshine Beach home

Sonya and David Evans, the former Bombers chairman, are tipped to emerge the $14 million buyers on Sunshine Beach, just outside of Noosa.

The beachfront house sold on the very first inspection just prior to hitting the market through Tom Offermann and Nic Hunter at Tom Offermann Real Estate.

The couple are based at Woodfield, an 1880s Hawthorn residence they've called home since paying $6,435,000 in 2010.

Their new weekender comes with 41 metres of ocean frontage on its 1,260 sqm parcel.

Former Bomber chairman David Evans buys  million Sunshine Beach home

It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a 23 metre swimming pool.

The Evans family sold their Little Cove house for $11.2 million in early 2018, after paying only half that just three years earlier.

Recently Singapore-based Equis Energy chief executive David Russell emerged on settlement as the buyer of Noosa's most expensive home, which he purchased through his company this year for $18 million.

 

 

 

 

 

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