Pauline Hanson’s 59 hectare Queensland property could sell for as much as $1.4 million, according to real estate agents.
The former One Nation leader plans to sell her home and emigrate to Britain “indefinitely” to a quieter life away from the political spectacle.
While the property’s marketing agent Keith Edwards refused to be drawn on how much the property would be listed for, local agents are placing their bets at between $1 million and $1.4 million.
"Pretty good land through there," one agent told The Australian.
Another agent reportedly suggested it could sell for as much as $1.4 million. "[Ms Hanson] wouldn’t have too much trouble selling it," the agent was reported to have said.
However, he pointed out the house was "a little bit far out of Ipswich" and was "way back out of any development blocks for the future".
The property is for sale by tender and inspections can be made by appointment only.