Tennis champion Wally Masur buys in Manly

Tennis champion Wally Masur buys in Manly
Tennis champion Wally Masur buys in Manly

Australian tennis legend Wally Masur and wife Susan have bought in Manly, spending $5.5 million on a former guesthouse.

Built in 1895, the iconic three bedroom beachfront has been recently refurbished to showcase its period features.

It has 280 sqm of luxury, open-plan living which flows out to a Travertine entertaining terrace. 

It previously traded for $4 million in 2013. Last year they sold their grand Balgowlah trophy home, Lendalyn, a 1927 Tudor manor estate for $4 million.

The Wanganella Street landmark estate is a double block 1244 square metre holding with manicured English country style gardens.

Masur is a tennis coach and television commentator, having achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 15 in October 1993.

He retired from the professional tour in 1995, having won three singles titles and 16 doubles titles. 

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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