Prestige Clontarf sale falls over, but Brett Lee saves the day

Prestige Clontarf sale falls over, but Brett Lee saves the day
Prestige Clontarf sale falls over, but Brett Lee saves the day

Primo Smallgoods heir Bradley Hunt has finally found a buyer of his Clontarf home, the retired cricketer Brett Lee and his wife, Lana.

A prior $9 million plus sale of the Clontarf home fell over.

The Gordon Street home, bought by Hunt for $8.7 million from Citigroup exec Paul Sangar a decade a go, has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a full-sized billiards room, swimming pool and cinema.

Hunt, son of John Hunt who co-founder Primo Smallgoods, and wife Kylie are now based in Cremorne where they bought the waterfront estate from billionaire Bob Ell for $11.2 million in 2015.

Brett Lee and his wife Lana have sold their renovated Clontarf home which was listed with $8 million to $8.8 million expectations.

The luxury three-storey residence is understood to have sold for $9 million plus in the first week of marketing.

With six contracts handed out, its didn’t even get to its first open inspection.

The couple had bought the Monash Crescent property in 2016 for $5.175 million, so they have pocketed a nice profit.

They moved to Clontarf after selling their former Seaforth home for $4.91 million.

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