A spacious, historic three-bedroom property is expected to sell for at least $1 million – but the house harbors a secret that could put off potential buyers.
It sits on a huge 5,718m² plot and is being sold to settle the estate following Mrs Anderson’s death in hospital on March 15, 2022 and Mr Anderson’s death in April 2023.
Polymiadis, of Craigmore, in Adelaide’s north, is charged with two counts of murder over the deaths of her parents, who were each aged 94 at the time of their deaths.
Polymiadis, 62, a devout nun and known as a “pillar of the community,” allegedly used her own insulin supply to commit the crimes.
A spacious three-bedroom property (pictured) is expected to sell for at least $1 million – but the house harbors a dark secret that could put off some potential buyers.
The house, which sits on 5,718 m² of land (photo), is being sold to settle an estate.
Raelene Polymiadis (pictured center) is accused of murdering both her parents
She will not receive any money from the sale of the house until the end of her legal proceedings, and only if she is acquitted.
Polymiadis allegedly tried to pass off his father’s death as a suicide.
Last month the South Australian District Court froze his quarter share of his parents’ assets, with the orders preventing him from liquidating the assets or taking out loans against them.
On its realestate.com.au listing, the property is said to have “exciting development potential in a prime location (subject to council consent)”, with three frontages.
The house built in the 1900s also includes several outbuildings and aviaries.
The listing states that it is a “rare size operation in this location” and is zoned for residential and non-residential use.
Selling agent Mike Cross is confident potential buyers will not be deterred by the media attention surrounding the property, saying Polymiadis’ lawsuit would not affect the sales process.
“It doesn’t affect the sale in any way, it will still go ahead as normal, it’s just something that will be determined after the fact,” he told the Advertiser.
The house built in the 1900s (photo) also includes several outbuildings and aviaries.
The property (pictured) is said to have “exciting development potential in a prime location”.
Lynton Anderson (pictured left), 94, died in May after his daughter allegedly gave him a fatal dose of insulin. Brenda Anderson (pictured right), 94, died while receiving treatment at Noarlunga Hospital on March 12, 2022.
He has already had 38 surveys on the property, which the Andersons had owned since 1966 and where Polymiadis grew up.
Most of those expressing interest are developers, as such large properties rarely come up for sale in the area.
“Most of these blocks have already been developed a long time ago or recently,” Mr Cross said.
Although the property does not have a price guide, the agent said she expects it to sell for more than $1 million.
Raelene Polymiadis (pictured) enjoyed drinking wine with friends at social occasions, traveling and enjoying dancing and music, according to her online profiles.
“It’s a very difficult property to value because it’s not simple because there’s a heritage order of the land, but it’s a prime location for something, so that’s the kind of price indication that we’re trying to give to people,” he said. .
According to her online posts, Polymiadis has loyal friends with whom she enjoys drinking wine and participating in social activities and lists her “skills” on Linkedin as follows: “Enjoy dancing and music. I like to laugh and enjoy life.
His lawyer previously told the Adelaide Magistrates Court that Polymiadis had “lived a completely blameless life with a focus on his family, his faith and his work”.
“She attends church every Sunday and my instructions are that her reputation with her family and community is reflected in the apparent shock they have expressed at the allegations against her.”