Lisa Curry Reveals the Sad Reason She’s Selling Her Sunshine Coast Country Home

Lisa Curry Reveals Heartbreaking Reason She’s Selling Her Sunshine Coast Country Home After Daughter Jaimi’s Death

Lisa Curry and her husband Mark Tabone are selling their Sunshine Coast retreat.

And the pair have revealed the heartbreaking reason why they decided to let go of the beautiful Queensland property,

They said their “priorities have changed” since the death of Lisa’s daughter, Jaimi, aged 33, in 2020.

Lisa Curry Revealed The Heartbreaking Reason She’s Selling Her Sunshine Coast Country Home After Daughter Jaimi’s Death

Jaimi died tragically in September 2020 at the age of 33 after an 18-year battle with addiction and anorexia.

“We’ve been here for five years now and it was Lisa’s dream to have a retreat space,” Mark told Sunshine Coast News.

“We kind of made the dream come true and since the tragedy in her family with the loss of Jaimi…I think the priorities have changed.”

Lisa added that she wanted to be more active and adventurous.

“For a couple like us who have worked all our lives, we talked about what we want to do for the rest of our lives,” she explains.

Jaimi (pictured) died tragically in September 2020 at the age of 33 after an 18-year battle with addiction and anorexia

Jaimi (pictured) died tragically in September 2020 at the age of 33 after an 18-year battle with addiction and anorexia

“It includes travelling, taking care of ourselves and taking care of ourselves so we can stay active and adventurous… being a nice grandma requires that.”

Lisa has three grandchildren – Flynn and Taj and Kit – who shares her daughter Morgan with husband Ryan Gruell.

The couple this month listed the mountain retreat in Queensland in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.

The former horse ranch, near Maleny, 92km north of Brisbane, doesn’t have a price guide, but is likely to be worth more than $3 million based on house prices in the region.

The couple this month listed the mountain retreat of Queensland in the Sunshine Coast hinterland

The couple this month listed the mountain retreat of Queensland in the Sunshine Coast hinterland

Nestled between lush rainforest and rolling hills, the 25.93-acre spread features a classic Queenslander-style homestead with four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The property — dubbed “Mali” — is also home to an “eco-friendly” retreat, according to The Courier-Mail.

Lisa and Mark, a professional Elvis Presley impersonator, bought the house five years ago for $1,125 million and later installed a large multi-purpose venue on the property.

Lisa and Mark, a professional Elvis impersonator, bought the house five years ago for $1,125 million and later installed a large multi-purpose venue on the property.  (Pictured on June 4)

Lisa and Mark, a professional Elvis impersonator, bought the house five years ago for $1,125 million and later installed a large multi-purpose venue on the property. (Pictured on June 4)

The former horse ranch, near Maleny, 92km north of Brisbane, doesn't have a price guide, but is likely to be worth more than $3 million based on the region's home prices

The former horse ranch, near Maleny, 92km north of Brisbane, doesn’t have a price guide, but is likely to be worth more than $3 million based on the region’s home prices

This function center is described in the property listing as a ‘rustic barn’ suitable for weddings, corporate getaways and yoga retreats.

The location, which includes a stage, light installations, bar, kitchenette and fitness room, can also be used for small-scale conferences.

One of the bedrooms can be seen here

One of the bedrooms can be seen here

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