Sunshine Coast mansion bought by South African family allegedly ‘brutally murdered with an axe’ by son, 21, is listed for sale at $2.5MILLION

The Daylight Drift home of well off businessperson Martin van Breda, who was severely killed with his better half and child in South Africa, is available for $2.5 million.

The property at in Buderim, Queensland, is the place Mr van Breda wanted to take his family back to after they moved to South Africa to seek after a business wander, dear companion Paul Freney told the Daylight Drift Every day.

His child Henri van Breda, 21, has been blamed for killing his affluent businessperson father Martin Van Breda, 54, mother Teresa, 55, and more established sibling Rudi, 22, in their home at the elite De Zalze Golf Domain in Stellenbosch, South Africa in January 2015. Henri van Breda has argued not blameworthy to the charges.

The previous Perth understudy likewise confronts charges of endeavored kill for sister Marli, 17, who experienced amnesia her wounds and can’t recollect what occurred on January 27, 2015.

Mr van Breda bought the seven-room Daylight Drift property three years before he was killed.

His child’s trial has been charged as one of South Africa’s greatest murder trials.

Marli has been recorded as one of the observers to affirm against her sibling.

The house is recorded under McGrath Land operator Damien Michael in the interest of the Perth lawful firm taking care of the family will.

It gloats clearing perspectives of Moreton Island and the Glasshouse Mountain.

The four-hectare property likewise has two parking spaces, a guardian’s cabin and subtropical greenhouses with plantations and a dam.

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