Liz Cantor's beach pad hits the market

TV personality Liz Cantor at home. Picture: John Gass
TV personality Liz Cantor at home. Picture: John Gass

FORMER Sunshine Coast girl Liz Cantor is selling her Miami beach pad.

The popular Channel 7 television personality shares the duplex with husband Ryan Lysaught, their eight-month-old son Kit, and Yorkshire terrier Bear Grylls.

The property hit the market earlier this week - two days after Cantor and baby Kit flew to Italy.

"As much as we love our home in Miami, my dream is for a house walking distance from the beach, with a pool, so that I can swim with Kit through the summer months," she told the Bulletin.

The double-storey duplex has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and high-vaulted ceilings.

It also includes an alfresco deck complete with built in barbecue, fridge and outdoor kitchen space.

Liz Cantor is selling her Miami beach pad.
Liz Cantor is selling her Miami beach pad.

"I'm torn as we love our spot in Miami so much - walking distance to Miami Marketta, an off leash dog park, the golf course, the beach, the best coffee shop on the coast Hide and Seek," she said.

"It has lovely light and beautiful sunsets of the hinterland ranges from the main bedroom balcony.

"It's so hard to let go of a home, but hopefully this will be a step in the right direction to upsizing into family memories we won't outgrow for years and years."

Property records show Cantor paid $560,000 for the property in 2014.

LJ Hooker Palm Beach agents David Lonie and Mishy Canning are taking the property to auction on September 17.

CoreLogic data reveal the median house price in Miami is $760,000 in the year to May, 2017, up 33 per cent over three years.

Topics:  gold coast miami property

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