Cricketer Peter Siddle sells in Ormond

Cricketer Peter Siddle sells in Ormond
Cricketer Peter Siddle sells in Ormond

Australian test cricketer Peter Siddle is pulling up stumps on his Ormond home, selling his California bungalow at weekend auction.

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home had been renovated behind its original 1920s style with a modern rear extension. 

Siddle sold for $2.05 million after auction.

The home, passed in at $2.02 million, sold to a New Zealand family moving to Melbourne.

The Anthony Street home has three outdoor areas – an alfresco area, a deck with outdoor kitchen, spa and sauna, and another deck out onto a lawn area.

There’s also room for pets, with the backyard big enough a few chickens and dogs.

Siddle, who’s taken more than 200 wickets in his 61-test career, had agent William Van den Dungan of Noel Jones Camberwell undertake the marketing.

Siddle and fiancée Anna Weatherlake – who will marry early next year – are looking to build their own home in a bayside suburb.

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