Cricket captain Steve Smith secures second Sydney investment property

Cricket captain Steve Smith secures second Sydney investment property
Cricket captain Steve Smith secures second Sydney investment property

The Australian cricket captain Steve Smith has secured his second Sydney investment property.

It is an 127 sqm one bedroom plus study apartment with courtyard in the recently complete Jameson complex in Sans Souci on the corner of Rocky Point Road and Russell Avenue.

Smith bought it off the plan in 2011 with its delayed construction triggering its recent settlement after which it was advertised as a $515 a week rental

It cost $435,000 on the ground floor in the block designed by Koundouris Projects which has a history of being awarded some of the housing industry’s highest honours including the HIA Custom Built Home of the Year and the MBA Medium Density Townhouse Award.

The Jameson was a selection of one, two and three bedroom - sold through Colliers International - all with security underground parking and storage with many apartments enjoying Botany Bay water views.

Designed by architectural firm Krikis Tayler, with shops beneath, the complex is close to beaches Dolls Point and Botany Bay and public transport.

Smith who calls home Coogee spent $635,000 on a two bedroom Quarry, Marrickville investment apartment in 2013.

 

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