Why Gold Coast man is selling his entire life on Facebook for $2.2 million

The man says the buyer will be able to seamlessly 'step into his shoes'.

A man with dreams to travel the world has invited people to "step into [his] shoes" for the price of $2.2 million on Facebook Marketplace.

The quirky and rather ingenious concept will allow someone to essentially buy Steven Tol's life on the Gold Coast, which includes his four-bedroom house, everything inside, vehicles and a valuable trucking business.

"No gimmicks — a genuine sale for someone who wants a great life, big home [that's 900 square metres], large master [bedroom] with spa bath," he detailed in the ad.

A photo of a Gold Coast home a man is selling for $2.2 million along with everything inside and a trucking business.  A photo of the living room.
A Gold Coast man is selling his whole life as a package deal for the price of $2.2 million so that he can travel the world. Source: Facebook

"Near new luxury carpets, walk in wardrobe, bedrooms with built-ins, living area. Downstairs is an office, music [and] gym room, huge living area, full entertainment [system], pool table room, BBQ with huge bar with beer taps. Plenty of room for a pool.

"Fantastic opportunity for the right family to enjoy a great life as home business earning a good income."

In the garage, the lucky buyer will also find a "near new MG full electric car, a BT50 current model, a AV Caravan and a project car."

A photo of a white MG electric car in the man's garage.
The vehicles are part of the $2.2 million package deal and include a MG electric car, caravan and project car. Source: Facebook

Time to move on, says Gold Coast business owner

Why would Steven want to leave such a life behind you ask? Well the Upper Coomera man says it's to "move on" and travel the world like he's always wanted — with the package-deal offer being the most seamless way to do it.

"I just thought if you buy it as a package as in 'buy my life' it makes life very easy for someone just to walk straight in and very easy for me to walk out," he told 9News. "They literally just step into my shoes and the name changes.

"My partner doesn't come with it," he jokingly added.

As for the trucking business which took him 10 years to create, Steven operates it from home — saying in the ad that it's "easy [to] run on your phone".

"Pretty well anyone could step in, it would take me half a day to teach them," he told the publication.

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