Former West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham to make big loss on Perth penthouse investment

Former West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham to make big loss on Perth penthouse investment
Former West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham to make big loss on Perth penthouse investment

Former Collingwood and West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham has listed his West Perth penthouse.

Wellingham, who started his career at the Magpies, paid $650,000 for the two bedroom Manhattan-style penthouse in 2013 when he joined the Eagles.

Now he's asking for offers over $599,000.

Set in the 2002 built Madison West complex, the two bedroom apartment has 85 sqm of internal living space with a 45 sqm main terrace and another 10 sqm balcony off the master suite.

Former West Coast Eagle Sharrod Wellingham to make big loss on Perth penthouse investment 

The apartment spans two levels with a mezzanine area upstairs. It's been a $630 a week rental in recent years.

Bourkes South Perth agent James Thompson has the listing.

Wellingham is currently playing footy in the WAFL for East Perth. He is also a fleet manager at Audi Centre Perth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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