Former Newman Government assistant minister Robert Cavallucci, who now works for PwC Australia, has listed his Wilston house.
Former Newman Government minister Robert Cavallucci has put his family home in Brisbane’s Wilston on the market.
Mr Cavalluci, who was once an assistant state minister and now the managing director of infrastructure and urban renewal at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Australia, had bought 62 Angliss Street in Wilston in 2009.
He paid $1.03 million for the property, according to records.
Brisbane Central LNP candidate Robert Cavallucci voting at Holy Spirit School in New Farm on election day, 2015 Pics Tara Croser.
Earlier this week it was listed with Ray White Wilston principal Alistair Macmillan. It will go to auction at 9am on December 15.
Mr Cavalucci said his family, which includes his wife and three children, Rocco, 10, Allegra, 8, and Mila, 6, had moved “just a few hundred metres down the road”.
62 ANGLISS ST WILSTON
“My whole life has been in Wilston. My parents still live in the house they got married in, my grandfather and two brothers live in Wilston,” he said.
“We bought Angliss St after having our second child but we have the three now and have grown out of it.
“We could have renovated but my lovely wife wanted to move in to something that had already been renovated, and that was big enough for the kids to run around and close to the park.”
The house itself is in “fantastic condition” and offers large open plan living and dining areas that flow out to the outdoor entertaining area.
The kitchen also has doors leading out on to a patio. Also on this floor are three large bedrooms, a bathroom and a laundry.
On the lower level there is another bedroom, a bathroom, a rumpus room and a double lockup garage.
“The views from every level of this block really need to be seen to be believed,” the listing says.
“Uninterrupted, never to be built out city and mountain views would exist from every level of either the renovated home or new build.
“You will never see another pre-war home in Wilston with demolition approval, making way for a vacant 32p block with these views.”
Mr Cavallucci said the property could easily be “one of the best in Wilston”, as it sits on an elevated 810sq m block with city and mountain views. There is also the option to renovate or demolish the house and subdivide the block.
Mr Cavallucci served in the Newman Government from 2012 to 2015, losing his seat to the former member, the ALP’s Grace Grace.
Now at PwC, Mr Cavalluci is working on the Millennium Square development which is planned for a 2ha site owned by News Corp in Bowen Hills.
Future Queensland forum at News Queensland, Bowen Hills. Robert Cavallucci – PwC Brisbane speaking. Pic Mark Cranitch.
The up-to-$2 billion masterplan will include a state-of-the art multimedia hub, residential towers, destination retail, lifestyle and entertainment facilities and public gardens all linked to a redeveloped Bowen Hills train station.
The first stage, which could start construction by the end of next year, is a world-class commercial office tower that will house News Corp businesses, including The Courier-Mail, The Sunday Mail, The Australian, Quest, News Regional Media and Sky News.