Australian cricket captain Steve Smith buys in Birchgrove

Australian cricket captain Steve Smith buys in Birchgrove
Australian cricket captain Steve Smith buys in Birchgrove

The Australian cricket captain Steve Smith has secured his third acquisition on the Balmain peninsula.

It is a dilapidated three-bedroom Birchgrove cottage that cost $1.95 million when bought from architect David Gole through Danny Cobden, of Cobden & Hayson.

The free-standing Victorian house was marketed as a, “vintage treasure ripe for reinvention”  set on its 200 square metre Birchgrove Road holding.

Last year he bought a $2 million Balmain East knockdown then added a $1,345,000 investment townhouse in the Tin Sheds, Beattie Street, Balmain conversion.

He retains his abode as apartment with ocean views in Coogee, which he bought in 2011 for $1.75 million.

He purchased a one bedroom plus study apartment with courtyard in the recently complete Jameson complex in Sans Souci late last year.

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