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This article was originally published on October 10, 2018.
It has been updated to include the latest news on the sale of the property.
Read more The Sydney home of former AFL player Shaun Edwards has been sold for $10.6 million to a Chinese family, the ABC has learned.
The Sydney property, known locally as the B-flat, is a property that is part of a family who has lived there for 20 years.
The property was purchased in 2009 by the Mr Edwards family, who had been buying rental properties in Sydney for over 30 years.
It is believed the sale is worth between $10 million and $12 million.
The couple had a three-bedroom home in the suburb of Bayswater before the couple moved to the Sydney suburb of Gosford.
The NSW Government’s property department confirmed the sale.
“The sale of this property is a significant milestone in the transition from an independent company to a private ownership company,” the department said in a statement.
“In the process of sale, the property has been transferred to the family.”
Mr Edwards said he and his family were thrilled to have sold the property for the right price.
“We’re very happy to have been able to make this sale,” he said.
“It’s a great feeling to be able to finally say goodbye to this property.”
It’s just a beautiful place.
It’s not very far from where we lived and the kids will play here as well as school.
“Shaun Edwards and his wife, Emma, have owned the property since 2012.
They moved from Melbourne to Gosford when Shaun Edwards was in his early 20s.
“I think they’ll be really excited to be getting a new place in Gosford.” “
Shaun and Emma and their children are a fantastic bunch of kids,” Mr Edwards told the ABC.
“I think they’ll be really excited to be getting a new place in Gosford.”
He said the family would continue to live in the property, which is currently a rental property.
“Our kids will be looking forward to going down to the new location, and seeing the new neighbours that we’ve made,” he told the radio station.
The Edwards family will also continue to use the property as a place of worship.
“When we were young we worshipped here,” Mr, Edwards said.
“It was one of our favourite places.
It was just so quiet.
It had a big chapel and we had lots of candles lit.”
The B-flats property was previously the property of the Mr and Mrs Edwards family.
The pair had their family home in Goswin, in south-west Sydney, for almost 20 years before moving to the property next door.
The home was sold to the Chinese family for $1.7 million.
The property, with its red stone and orange-coloured walls, was built by the family in the 1920s.
Shaun Edwards has spoken about his family’s experience of living in the area, saying it was one he would never forget.
He said it was a beautiful community.
I remember going down there and seeing this beautiful, old house, and just going in there and sitting in the corner.
I remember having a big celebration and the whole family was out there celebrating with me and the boys, and everyone else, and celebrating with us.
They’ve been through a lot in their life, and they’re very proud of the place, and proud of what we’ve built.
It’s really a beautiful house.
They’ve just put in a lot of work over the years.
You know what, the community has just been amazing.
It’ll be a real shame if it goes down.
I think they’ve been doing a really good job.
There’s a lot to be proud of, including having an owner that has a lot.
“They’ve had a wonderful time,” Mr. Edwards said of the family.
“But it’s a tough situation when it comes to the community.
I can’t imagine what that family has gone through.
We’re really happy, really excited and proud to have them back in the community.”
The B-Flats property has had a long history of serving as a community gathering place for the Edwards family and their community.
Shaun Edwards said his family used the property to share meals, socialise and play games.
People have enjoyed coming down to this lovely community.
We’ve had quite a lot fun, and we’ve enjoyed hanging out with them and getting to know them,” he explained.
More to come.”
I think it’ll be very, very happy,” he added.
More to come.