Tim Tam

The house that biscuits built: Arnott’s Tim Tam inventors family put their stunning residence up for sale

PHOTO: Tim Tams (pictured above) have long been a favourite (stock image)

A stunning beachside apartment owned by the inventors of legendary Tim Tams is on the market for the first time in almost three decades.

The luxury Noosa unit in Hastings Park, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, is owned by Michael Arnott, the great-great-grandson of Arnott’s Biscuits founder William Arnott.

With a market value of at least $8.2million, the apartment boasts a world class view of Noosa Main Beach and also looks north to Double Island Point.

The property last sold in 1993 for less than $1million, according to the Courier Mail.

The luxury apartment in Noosa, (pictured above) on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, has an asking price of $8.2million

The luxury apartment in Noosa, (pictured above) on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, has an asking price of $8.2million

The split level apartment (pictured above) has three bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as world class ocean views

The split level apartment (pictured above) has three bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as world class ocean views

The living rooms (pictured above) offers breathtaking views of Noosa Main Beach and out to the Coral Sea

The living rooms (pictured above) offers breathtaking views of Noosa Main Beach and out to the Coral Sea

Tom Offermann and Luke Chen, representing Tom Offermann Real Estate, have listed the property for sale, with the pair reportedly ‘flooded’ with emails and phone calls as soon as the apartment went live on the website a few days ago.

The current holiday rental rate for the property is just over $550 a night.

The split level complex has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, with the master upstairs retreat having its own balcony.

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