Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett is selling her one-bedroom Brisbane investment property for almost $30,000 more than she paid for it

Champion swimmer Libby Trickett and her husband Luke have sold their one-bedroom, one-bathroom investment property in Brisbane for $340,000 this week.

That was nearly 10 percent more than its asking price, which was under $300,000, according to Realestate.com.au.

The five-time Olympic gold medallist, 37, put the Toowong flat on the market at the end of May.

Champion swimmer Libby Trickett (pictured) this week sold her one-bedroom, one-bathroom investment property in Brisbane for $340,000

The prime location and competitive selling price have made the couple’s ‘cap’ attractive to both investors and first home buyers.

Libby and Luke purchased the condo for just over $310,000 in January 2021.

Rising property values ​​meant they sold it for $30,000 more in just a year without a problem.

A prime location and competitive selling price have made Libby's crash site attractive to both investors and first home buyers (pictured: kitchen and living room)

A prime location and competitive selling price have made Libby’s crash site attractive to both investors and first home buyers (pictured: kitchen and living room)

The 81 sq m living space has been designed for comfort and includes air conditioning, modern architecture and access to the building’s swimming pool and gym.

Mel Christie, of Harcourts Property Centre, said there had been strong interest in the property.

Ms. Christie added that rent would be between $400 and $425 a week.

The 81 sq m living space has been designed for comfort and includes air conditioning, modern architecture and access to the building's pool and gym (pictured: shared pool)

The 81 sq m living space has been designed for comfort and includes air conditioning, modern architecture and access to the building’s pool and gym (pictured: shared pool)

The apartment was described in the listing as “ideal for singles, couples, university students, hospital workers and those close to the city post-accident”.

Libby and Luke, also professional swimmers who competed in the 2002 Oceania Swimming Championships, recently moved to Bold Knob, a rural area along the Sunshine Coast.

They now live in a spacious $2.25 million home that they bought last October.

The apartment was described in the listing as

The apartment was described in the listing as “ideal for singles, couples, university students, hospital workers and those close to the city post-accident”. (Pictured: bedroom and balcony)

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