Former Miss World Australia Erin Holland buys Brisbane investment
Like many young Sydneysiders, former Miss World Australia Erin Holland has bought an investment in Brisbane.
The sports presenter spent $745,000 on her Cannon Hill first home buy. The rentvestor secured a classic elevated four-bedroom Queenslander home, held by the same family for over four decades.
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“Pinch me, hard work truly pays off,” Holland posted to her 314,000 Instagram followers. “Four years ago this was just a distant dream.”
It has been quite a year for Holland, who is now engaged to Brisbane Heat cricketer Ben Cutting. She’s been splitting her time between a Zetland rental and Cutting’s home in Hawthorne, which cost him $965,000 six years ago.
Cutting has been an active investor recently, selling his Cannon Hill new-build for $1.06 million having paid $530,000 two years ago for the building block.
Cutting’s business, Deep Backward Square Developments, is a nod to his fielding position, while Holland’s acquisition is on aptly named Princess St.