Michael Clarke drops asking price to $5 million for Round Hill

Michael Clarke drops asking price to $5 million for Round Hill
Michael Clarke drops asking price to $5 million for Round Hill

The former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke and wife Kyly have reduced their asking price on their redundant Southern Highlands retreat.

They've slashed the price of Round Hill to $5 million after having initial $6.5 million hopes back in March last year.

They have also changed agents with Drew Lindsay now at the sales crease. 

He's been the selling agent for the Berrima property three times before.

Their $6.5 million price tag seemed a little too ambitious as they bought the sprawling 93 hectare estate for $3.1 million in 2012.

Interior designer Kyly has since added her professional touch and renovations inside the four bedroom house.

A swimming pool and pool house have also been added.

The listing comes with the famous cricket oval, which was the driving force behind the purchase.

Clarke was ready to set up his long-awaited cricket academy, but later opted to do so in the city close to their Vaucluse home.

The Berrima homestead was design by Richard Rowe featuring a conservatory style kitchen.

There's a full sized tennis court and separate self-contained guest studio.

The property also lends itself to equine interests. There's post and rail fencing, shelter sheds, horse stables, cattle yards, a large barn and an open sand arena.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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