Hoteliers sell Surfers Paradise holiday home for loss

Hoteliers sell Surfers Paradise holiday home for loss
Hoteliers sell Surfers Paradise holiday home for loss
Adelaide hoteliers Peter and Jenny Hurley, who had a $4.75 million price tag on their Surfers Paradise holiday home, have accepted $3.55 million.

The home on the Commodore Drive dress circle cost the couple $4 million in 2003 when they bought it from freight tycoon Clive Thomas and wife Lee.

The Thomas' built the European-inspired home with domed ceiling a year earlier.

It had sold at $4 million in 2003.

It has four bedrooms, a formal lounge with wet bar and an entertaining area with infinity edge pool overlooking the Main River.

Kollosche Prestige agents Michael Kollosche and Duncan Longmore had the listing.

Peter, a long-time Adelaide Crows board member until a few years ago, established the Hurley Hotel group over four decades ago, buying the Wudinna Hotel in 1975.

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