Retired politician Chris Pyne sells Adelaide home

Retired politician Chris Pyne sells Adelaide home
Retired politician Chris Pyne sells Adelaide home

Christopher Pyne and his wife Carolyn, who are heading to the Adelaide Hills given his retirement from Federal Parliament, have had a $1.1 million quick offer on their Adelaide home.

The Wattle Park home has been the family home for nine years. 

They had been seeking $1 million to $1.1 million offers for the 1970s property listed through Klemich Real Estate.

The couple have about an acre in the Hills, plus an old town cottage at Robe, the fishing port located in the Limestone Coast of South Australia, which was bought in early 2016 for $520,000.

Two of the five bedrooms were added by the Pynes after their $800,000 purchase in 2010.

Pyne has drawn the curtain on a 26 year political career.

He was still living at home in Burnside on gaining his pre-selection in 1992.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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