Swimmer Emily Seebohm sells Hendra investment

Swimmer Emily Seebohm sells Hendra investment
Swimmer Emily Seebohm sells Hendra investment

Olympic swimmer Emily Seebohm has sold her Hendra Investment Property for $790,000 after 120 days on the market

Seebohm bought the home, north east of Brisbane, in 2012, months before she won silver in the London Olympic Games in the 100 metre backstroke.

She paid $570,000 for low set brick home, built in 1998.

It was sold through Harcourts.

Set on 405 sqm, the home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a rumpus room. Of course a swimming pool sits in the back yard.

Swimmer Emily Seebohm sells Hendra investment

Purplebricks had the initial listing of what became a $620 a week rental.

It was initially listed at $799,000.

Seebohm, who won gold at the world championships in 2017, still hangs on to the nearby Hendra home she bought with her former partner, fellow swimmer Mitch Larkin.

They paid $1,375,000, but separated last year.

There is a four bedroom Toowoomba house that Larkin purchased in 2015 that is also not on the market.

 

 

 

 
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