Television personality Sofie Formica. Image: AAP/Josh Woning.SOFIE Formica has been at the vanguard of mass media and communications globally over the last 30 years in a variety of roles as TV personality, producer, marketer and adviser.For 12 years Sofie has been host of The Great Day Out (aka The Great South East), co-founder/director of Media Potential (a boutique media and communications firm) and ambassador for Mercedes Benz Brisbane and Brisbane Racing Carnival.She shares her property aspirations with The Sunday-Mail. Where do you live and why? What do you love about your home? What was the biggest lesson you learned? If money was no option, what would be your fantasy home and where? It feels like a home.It has a classic charm even though its only eight years old and all the house is used and lived in. St Lucia. We found a house that suits our family for this stage of life — with young adult children close to the city and the University of Queensland — and it makes for an easy lifestyle. What would you change about your home? Just the kitchen tap and sink!It’s on my Christmas list.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago What is the best thing about your suburb? I am pining for a place of my own in Sunshine Beach on the Sunshine Coast — I have been for years.It’s a dream I am not giving up on.There are too many other places in the world I want to ‘visit’ to imagine owning property anywhere else. Definitely its proximity to the city and to the university.It’s a beautiful suburb to exercise in and we have the golf course right behind us so we are surrounded by green. I’ve learned not to get emotionally attached to property.I think you should always reserve the right to change your mind and move on.I have always bought homes expecting that it would be for a period of time and not forever.
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