The couple converted this Makim-designed home into a more luxurious residence. The property has a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home. Smith’s Kings Road home was sold at a hefty price after a competition between two buyers, who pushed the price to $ 6.6 million.
The auction, which began with an initial bid of 11.5 million, was hosted by auctioneer Damien Cooley and lasted approximately 30 minutes at the agency’s Double Bay office in Rhine and Horn. The porter is famous for organizing five-time winning auctions on The Block. The auctioneer started with a minimum bid of $ 250,000, but when the crowd stopped, he adjusted it to a 100,000 increase.
The interior of the magnificent house, set against the backdrop of the magnificent Sydney Harbor, is very functional and luxurious.
The house has a marble kitchen with butler pantry. It also has an interesting terrace and a heated swimming pool. There is also a high-end finish with home theater, wine storage room with wet bar, marble bathroom, double garage and heated floors, remote control functionality and external cameras.
Not the only property invested by the former Australian cricketer. In 2015, the former World No. 1 Test batsman bought a home in Balmain East for $ 2 million. He then renewed it and rented it for $ 2200 a week.
On his professional front, the cricketer is currently busy playing Test series in Sri Lanka. Australia won the first Test by a landslide and in the second Test – the cricketer, who started at Galle International Stadium on July 8, scored a half-century and was close to his 28th Test century.
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