How Much Would You Pay for a Piece of History?

By Brent Higgins

Lyn O’Pray of Ray White Mooloolaba  is marketing a Sunshine Coast slice of history, 73 Memorial Avenue, Maroochydore. This timber and fibro beach house is one of the few remaining homes in this region that dates back to Second World War era.

This home has remained in the same family since it was built in the mid-1940’s, the Wieden’s. Current owner, Colin Wieden, believes “It was probably one of the first homes built in this area.”

The property was designed and bulit by Mr. Wiedens grandfather, Jack Nevin, a prominent carpenter of his time.

Marketing agent Lyn O’Pray has been in the area for 35 years, and says she has never come across a property as special and with as much history as this.

This icon goes to auction on January 12, 2013; contact Lyn O’Pray of Ray White Mooloolaba on 0414 331 472.

The attached article ran in the Sunshine Coast Daily’s  ‘Domain’ on Saturday, December 15, 2012.

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