Former Socceroo Brett Holman buys Peregian Beach new-build

Former Socceroo Brett Holman buys Peregian Beach new-build
Former Socceroo Brett Holman buys Peregian Beach new-build

The former Socceroo Brett Holman and wife Femke have downsized on the Sunshine Coast.

Having sold their Peregian Beach holiday home for $2.55 million mid-way through last year, they’ve gone off-market to secure a near new property in the same coastal suburb.

They’ve spent $1.15 million on a home on the Peregian Golf Course.

Only completed last year, the home has five bedrooms, including a master with its own sitting area, walk in wardrobe and ensuite which spans the entire length of the top level.

There’s a dedicated media room, a kitchen with butler’s pantry and an alfresco area overlooking the pool.

Former Socceroo Brett Holman buys Peregian Beach new-build

Richardson & Wrench Noosa agent Kerry Sullivan secured the sale off-market.

The Holman’s had previously nearer the beach, but flipped the modern 2018-built home half way through last year.

Having paid $1.95 million, they sold the Tim Ditchfield-designed four bedder for $2.55 million.

Holman, who runs a small football academy in the Sunshine Coast, and Femke are based in a five bedroom home in New Farm, which they bought for $2.43 million in 2016 when returning to Australia after spending 14 years playing soccer across Europe and Asia.

Born in Bankstown, Holman started his soccer career at Parramatta Power in the NSL before joining Dutch club Feyenoord in 2002.

Holman left Holland in 2012 to join Aston Villa in the English Premier League for a season then went on to play in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Holman has represented the Socceroos 63 times, scoring nine goals.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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