Shane Warne sells to the Watson family in Brighton

Shane Warne sells to the Watson family in Brighton
Shane Warne sells to the Watson family in Brighton

The Brighton trophy home merry-go-round appears to be well oiled with the former Aussie cricketer Shane Warne selling his redundant home, Camden at a likely $5 million plus through JP Dixon's Paul McKenzie and Marcus Gollings.

The four bedroom manor, modelled on a Mediterranean villa (above), has been bought by Lyn Watson who has been known to be seeking such a home. Warne bought it from IMG's Australian head, Martin Jolly, for $3.95 million in 2014.

The cricket legend will be moving back into Melville, the Brighton trophy that he previously shared with ex-wife Simone Callahan.

He sold Melville nine years ago in 2007 for $8.8 million and is rumoured to have spent $14 million plus on it this time round. Neighbours have heard keen to host a house warming early December.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section.

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