AFL legend turned real estate agent Jamie Charman and his wife, Nicky, have sold their beloved character home in Teneriffe in a move he has described as the “end of an era”.
The Ray White agent and ex-Brisbane Lions player took to social media to announce the news of the sale of the two-level Queenslander at 59 Chermside Street.
The house, which they bought in 2013, holds plenty of memories for the couple, who were married and had their two children, Lenny and Joe, there.
“Wedding, reno’s, 2 x babies, countless laughs, fun, friends all packed into 6 years. Goodbye to the ‘Wedding Cake’!” Charman said in an Instagram post.
The Chermside Street house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms and retains many of its traditional features, including timber floors, panelled walls and ornate ceiling roses.
The designer kitchen opens up to a covered back deck surrounded by landscaped gardens.
The home is only 100m from the Brisbane River and close to good schools and dining options.
Teneriffe is Brisbane’s most expensive suburb with a median house price of $1.9 million, according to property analyst CoreLogic.
Earlier this year, the Charmans bought a stunning, five-bedroom family home in nearby New Farm.
When the former Brisbane Lions ruckman isn’t selling houses for Ray White in Brisbane’s affluent inner north, he and Nicky, who owns designer fashion boutique Calexico, spend their spare time designing and renovating properties.
Earlier this year, the 36-year-old flipped his ninth property — a four-bedroom home at 21 Hawthorne St, New Farm, which sold for $2.275 million.