This home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park, is for sale.A LAVISH riverfront home owned by one of Brisbane’s property magnates has hit the market.The property at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park, has a 15m river frontage with views capturing both reaches of the Brisbane River.The kitchen in the home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park, which is for sale.It is owned by Konrad Lin, who has extensive media holdings and an enviable property portfolio, including the property once considered the most expensive house in Brisbane — the ‘pink palace’ in Norman Park.RELATED: INSIDE TIM CAHILL’S ULTIMATE SPORTS STAR MANSIONThis riverfront home known as ‘the pink palace’ on Wynnum Road in Norman Park is owned by Konrad Lin.Mr Lin bought the ‘pink palace’ at 62 Wynnum Road for $6.8 million in 1993 from controversial Brisbane businessman Keith Lloyd.One of the bedrooms in the home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park, which is for sale.The landmark house sits on a whopping 3450 sqm of riverfront land.The four-bedroom, six-bathroom house currently up for grabs at 10 Wynnum Road spans three levels and was designed by building designer Joe Reggi.This home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park, is for sale.It went on to win the ‘Building Design of the Year Award’ for 2015.Features include light-filled rooms framed by walls of glass and a central void featuring Moooi Random pendant lights.The view from the home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park.MORE: JAMIE OLIVER’S INCREDIBLY LAVISH MANSIONMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoCrisp white cabinetry and Hermes wallpaper adorns the walls.The top floor master bedroom offers river views, a walk-in wardrobe and a private ensuite.The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe.The other three bedrooms all have ensuites.There is also a riverside lap pool lined with Italian tiles, a guest suite with a private kitchen and a climate controlled wine cellar with 1,100 bottle capacity.Inside the home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park.The property is being marketed by Judy Goodger and Heath Williams of Place Estate Agents and scheduled for auction on July 24 at 6:30pm.One of the bathrooms in the home at 10 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park.
“Dr Ifeanyi Ubah has endorsed the Yobo Centennial Game. He has promised to use two of his companies, FC IfeanyiUbah and the Authority Newspaper to be brand ambassadors for the testimonial match,” revealed Akanni yesterday.While expressing his happiness over the coming of the top businessman to the testimonial project, the former chairman of Lagos State Football Association stressed that Dr Ubah has shown to football loving Nigerians that he is truly a man of the people.“His long association with the senior national team is legendary. How he supported past testimonials for the likes of Austin Jay Jay Okocha, Taribo West and Nwankwo Kanu remain very fresh in our minds. Dr Ubah remains a father figure for us ex internationals,” observed Akanni who used the occasion to call on other well to do Nigerians to support worthy causes meant to celebrate past footballers who have contributed their quota to make Nigerian sports great.Some of the corporate bodies who have indicated their support for the Joseph Yobo Centenary Game include, Sifax Group, NICON Insurance and Beko Electronics Ltd.Meanwhile, some top players from Europe including William Gallas, Louis Saha, Tim Howard and Steven Pienaar have been booked on the flight to Port Harcourt for the Joseph Yobo Centenary Game.Yobo’s former Everton teammate Wayne Rooney and African greats Samuel Eto’o, Yaya Toure, plus a host of other international football personalities have all shown interests in honouring the former Eagles defender who amassed 100 international caps, scoring seven goals in a career that spanned 13 years.The testimonial game which is being put together by the Joseph Yobo Foundation in partnership with the Rivers State Government will be an occasion to celebrate a worthy son of the state who had a distinguished career.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram With barely one month to the befitting testimonial match planed to mark the retirement of former Super Eagles Captain, Joseph Yobo, from football slated for May 27 in Port Harcourt, one of Nigeria’s top businessmen, Dr Ifeanyi Patrick Ubah, has thrown his weight behind the project.The Capital Oil chairman at the weekend endorsed the Yobo Centennial Game and promised to use two of his companies, FC IfeanyiUbah and the Authority Newspaper to be brand ambassadors of the testimonial match.Coordinator of the Yobo Centennial Game who is also a former Super Eagles player, Waidi Akanni, confirmed Ubah’s magnanimity and his involvement in the plan to give the Ogoni-born former Nigerian captain a befitting send-forth from the Beautiful Game.