One Nation identity puts unit block back on the market

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Senator Pauline Hanson and political advisor James Ashby.


CONTROVERSIAL political adviser James Ashby has embarked on a renewed push to sell his investment property in the central Queensland coastal town of Yeppoon.

The block of four townhouses, which is owned by the right-hand man to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, is back on the market with a new asking price of offers over $440,000 with Harcourts Yeppoon.

This block of units in Yeppoon, owned by James Ashby, is back on the market.


It had previously been listed for sale with another agency for $425,000 earlier this year, and before that, $455,000.

The new listing describes the property at Raymond Terrace as “designed and built to capture the sea view and sea breezes” and “perfect for first entry level buyers, investors and buyers hoping to downsize”.

This block of units in Yeppoon, owned by James Ashby, is back on the market.


“The units have always had long term reliable tenants and have been well maintained and cared for over the years”.

Inside one of the units in the complex in Yeppoon, owned by James Ashby, which is back on the market.


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The complex consists of three, two-bedroom townhouses with open-plan living and kitchen areas, and one, one-bedroom townhouse on the ground floor.

The kitchen in one of the units in the complex.


The building is situated on a quiet street with accommodation for two cars and within walking distance to town and the beach.

The staffer recently made headlines again when it was reported he was suing the Commonwealth for $3.67 million in costs incurred in litigation against former speaker Peter Slipper for alleged sexual harassment in 2012.

The bathroom in one of the units in the complex in Yeppoon.


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