Australian businesswoman Tracey Mathers, heiress to the Mathers Shoes empire, has decided to sell her Tuscan-inspired residence in Brisbane. This architect-designed, villa-style home is located in Camp Hill and has been Mathers’ home for 25 years.
The residence features three bedrooms, including a private parents’ retreat upstairs. This retreat features a private one-bedroom suite with a walk-in closet, an en-suite bathroom and a luxurious shoe closet.
The living and dining room features a fireplace, shutters, French doors and high ceilings that flood the room with natural light. The entertaining kitchen is highlighted by a skylight and the dining area leads to an entertaining terrace overlooking the pool and city skyline.
The residence also offers two bathrooms, an oversized garage, security doors, alarm system, security cameras, solar energy and air conditioning.
Looking for a lifestyle change, Mathers and her husband have decided to sell their long-time home to move closer to the water on the Sunshine Coast. Although Mathers closed her Tracey Mathers Shoe Studio business six years ago, she continues to work as a leadership and personal development coach. His passion for shoes remains strong and he jokes that every time he buys a new pair, he has to give away a few from his collection so that his closet doesn’t become overcrowded.
As Mathers prepares to leave his beloved home in the city, he remembers the special memories he made there. He describes the house as a little village, his own little sanctuary, and expresses his appreciation for the entertaining space, city views and wonderful neighbors he has enjoyed over the years.
As Mathers Shoes celebrates its 100th anniversary in November, Tracey Mathers remains closely associated with the family business. She is looking forward to the next chapter in her and her husband’s life, life on the water.