Aussie cricketer Adam Voges selling Perth investment

Aussie cricketer Adam Voges selling Perth investment
Aussie cricketer Adam Voges selling Perth investment

Aussie cricketer Adam Voges, who recently retired from the international game, is looking to sell his Perth investment.

Voges and wife Kristy paid $1.07 million for a four bedroom Attadale home last August, where they are rebuilding.

The asking price for the Cottesloe apartment has eased from $799,000 to $749,000 over recent weeks.

The veteran batsman paid $700,000 for the three bedroom apartment in 2009 when he was playing English county cricket for Nottinghamshire.

A $500 a week rental has been suggested as likely. 

Perth Property Partners City Beach agent Rob Walker has the listing.

Voges and wife Kristy paid $1.07 million for a four bedroom Attadale home last August.

Voges has represented Australia in all forms of the game, but it wasn't until 35 years of age that he would represent Australia in a Test match.

He scored a century on his debut and went on to feature for the Test team 20 times.

Voges ended his career with a Test average of 61.87, the best average since the legendary Don Bradman.

A month after announcing his retirement from international cricket, Voges retired from domestic state cricket where he captained Western Australia.

He will continue to play for Middlesex in England.

Voges hasn't ruled out playing in the Big Bash over the Christmas period. He currently captains the Perth Scorchers who have won the competition in two of the last three years. 

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section.

 

 

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