UNDER siege conflict hero Ben Roberts-Smith has put his Sunshine Coast hinterland property available on the market as he continues to combat conflict crime allegations.
The Victoria Cross recipient purchased the five-bedroom, two-storey house in Ilkley for $1.45 million in 2015, however the sprawling property is ready to fetch greater than that when it goes to public sale subsequent month.
The Roberts-Smiths fell in love with the property’s personal setting after they moved to the Sunshine Coast to pursue a piece alternative 5 years in the past.
“It’s a powerful space and a lovely house,” the couple mentioned.
“Sadly on account of adjustments in our employment, life-style and our kids’s college, the time is true for us to maneuver again to Brisbane and to promote.”
The household prolonged the home in 2015 and constructed an outside space that includes an infinity pool and pool home with a barbecue, kitchen and eating setting.
Ray White Buderim agent Kathryn Willshire mentioned the Ilkley Highway property was among the finest acreage estates within the area.
“Ilkley is simply eight minutes from Buderim, which is likely one of the hottest house shopping for locations in all of Queensland,” Ms Willshire mentioned.
“Everyone seems to be searching for a tree change or a sea change in 2020 and right here you may have the most effective of each worlds because it’s solely 20 minutes to the seaside, but set in a shocking bush setting.”
The private-gated, two-storey house options 5 bedrooms and 4 bogs and sits on an enormous 3.5ha block.
“The view is arguably one of the vital breathtaking settings I’ve ever seen,” Ms Willshire mentioned.
“The homeowners have created a proper manicured backyard brimming stuffed with roses and gardenias.
“The flowery formal eating space overlooks an enthralling inside French Provincial impressed courtyard.”
Sunshine Coast hinterland properties have been in sturdy demand with patrons in search of a treechange since COVID-19.
The itemizing of Mr Roberts-Smith’s house comes simply days after the discharge of a damning inquiry into the conduct of elite Australian troops within the Center East.
Mr Roberts-Smith has denied any wrongdoing throughout his time in Afghanistan or Iraq.