Banned cricketer Cameron Bancroft buys a new base in Perth

Banned cricketer Cameron Bancroft buys a new base in Perth
Banned cricketer Cameron Bancroft buys a new base in Perth

Aussie cricketer Cameron Bancroft, one of the suspended players, has upgraded Perth homes. 

The Test batsman, who was the player with the sandpaper in South Africa in March, has paid $917,500 for a home in Melville, a suburb south west of the Perth CBD.

He snapped up the home which was listed by Justin Miorada at Acton North City Beach with a $890,000 to $950,000 price guide.

The four bedroom, two bathroom 1960s home entertainers had been recently renovated. 

An open plan kitchen and family room opens to an alfresco overlooking a backyard with winter garden and solar heated swimming pool with water feature

Bancroft has leased his former home, a 1980s townhouse in nearby Leeming, for $395 a week. 

He bought the three bedder in 2015 for $540,000, shortly before he announced himself on the international stage in T20 cricket.

Bancroft was given his baggy green cap on his Test debut in November

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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