Coffee king Di Bella ramps up push to sell New Farm home

first_imgPhillip Di BellaCOFFEE king Phillip Di Bella and his wife Gianna have embarked on a renewed push to sell their luxurious New Farm home.The couple have been trying to offload the property at 30 Turner Avenue since November 2017 and have just recruited a new agent. Phillip Di BellaThe five-bedroom, four-bathroom, architecturally designed house was last advertised for sale for $3.995 million, but is now on the market for $3.8 million. RELATED: Brisbane power couple find home The Di Bellas bought another New Farm residence in Sydney Street in 2017 for $6.5 million.That home spans a whopping 1016 sqm and was designed by ­Monster Ideas Architects and built by CGH Construction. MORE: $4.7m cash offer keeps river mansion off market More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago Peter Hutton of Hutton and Hutton Real Estate is marketing the property and described it as ““the kind of place you see yourself raising a family; the perfect backdrop to Christmas lunch or summer barbecues”. “Phil really thought of everything when it comes to convenience,” Mr Hutton said.“The house has a cinema room perfect for movie nights, an all-year-round pool, and a private gym.“Not to mention there is an elevator from the garage to the house, so taking the groceries inside in several trips is a thing of the past; you’ll get them all up first go every time!” Mr Di Bella said he had loved living in the Turner Avenue home.“We designed it ourselves and our favourite features are the open entertaining areas as we’ve made many memories in these spaces,” he said.“We originally chose to build here because of the incredible lifestyle New Farm has to offer.“We were close to the city yet we still enjoyed the quietness of the suburb and all its cafes, parks, and of course the incredible views on the river walk.”Mr Di Bella said he thought the home would suit a family or empty nesters.Records show the Di Bellas bought the property in 2009 for $1.3 million.The property at 30 Turner Avenue will be open to public inspection on Saturday, September 14 at 10am. It comes with a 2000-bottle wine cellar, heated pool and spa, sauna, private cinema, internal lift and separate guests’ quarters. New, stylised photographs of 30 Turner Avenue Source: Hutton and Huttonlast_img