Commentator and former Australian cricketer Michael Slater has listed in Randwick. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)Source:Getty Images
Cricket commentator Michael Slater and his partner, Melanie Livesey, have listed in Randwick.
There are $4.7 million hopes for the mid-1990s modernist property.
Goodyer Real Estate agent Pauline Goodyer has the four bedroom, single level home scheduled for August 21 auction, with the likelihood it will be held online should it not sell beforehand.
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Slater previously lived in Newport. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)Source:Getty Images
An inner city haven with a pool.Source:Supplied
There were 1000 views in its first 24 hours on realestate.com.au, with Goodyer conducting one-on-one inspections with would be buyers during the lockdown.
The couple briefly sought to sell just as the pandemic disrupted the Sydney real estate market last year.
Set on 600sqm, the cul-de-sac home has a resort-style heated pool and cabana. There is a possibility of a second floor, which would have city views.
The living space.Source:Supplied
They are apparently keen to undertake a coastal building project.
Randwick’s median house price sits at $2,825,000, having seen a compound growth rate of 8 per cent over the past five years.
The property replaced Slater’s long-time Newport home.
The right-handed batsman played in 74 Test matches and 42 One Day Internationals for Australia.
A peaceful spot in the city.Source:Supplied
Following his 2004 retirement, he has had a high profile career in the media.
His fellow Channel 7 sports presenter Mel McLaughlin has also been busy on the property front. Her Cremorne apartment sold for $2.15 million earlier this month, having struggled to sell last year.
Originally published asCricket legend Slats lists inner city home