Michael Clarke seeks $3750 a week tenants for Cadigal, Bondi Beach investment apartment

Michael Clarke seeks $3750 a week tenants for Cadigal, Bondi Beach investment apartment
Michael Clarke seeks $3750 a week tenants for Cadigal, Bondi Beach investment apartment

Michael Clarke, the former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, is seeking tenants for his luxury Bondi Beach apartment.

The 200 sqm apartment (above and below) is advertised as a rental at $3,750 a week with McGrath Coogee leasing agent Giselle Nash-Smith. 

It is a three-bedroom, two bathroom, sub-penthouse.

Michael Clarke seeks 50 a week tenants for Cadigal, Bondi Beach investment apartment

Another current three bedroom rental is available at $3500 a week.

Clarke and his wife Kyly now live in the Vaucluse home they bought in 2014 for $8.5 million.

The former Australian cricket captain has been photographed greeting LJH estate agents at The entrance to the apartment block.

Clarke bought the Cadigal apartment in 2009 for $6 million from his accountant Anthony Bell.

Michael Clarke seeks 50 a week tenants for Cadigal, Bondi Beach investment apartment

It is the apartment where he lived with Lara Bingle before their engagement was called off.

The Cadigal block is also where wealthy pub baron Phillip de Angelis owns an apartment.

Last week he was sentenced to a year’s home detention in his apartment for assaulting his partner, the interior decorator Nellie Tilley.

De Angelis is appealing.

News Corp photographers hoping to capture de Angelis coincidentally spotted Clarke welcoming LJ Hooker agent Bill Malouf and his son, David, at the stairs.

De Angelis, who was appointed a director to the family’s DHI Hotels Group in 2015, bought his apartment with three bedrooms and two marble bathrooms in 2016 for $4.1 million.

The de Angelis pad is a first floor apartment that comes with three bedrooms at the rear along with two bathrooms with underfloor heating.

The Campbell Parade apartment marketing advised it was "desirably located, with cafes, delis, markets, shops, coastal walks, parks, sand and surf literally just metres from the door."

The selling agents marketed the 230 sqm apartment as having "huge open plan living and dining areas flowing to alfresco terrace, with gas for a bbq."

There was also a conservatory-style large second indoor/outdoor living room that adjoins all three bedrooms.

The kitchen has caesarstone with Miele gas appliance, filtered water, plus soft close drawers.

There's high ceilings, floor to ceiling glass, plus abundant built/ins throughout.

The apartment had ducted air conditioning, an internal laundry, plus back to base security.

The upstairs neighbours include businessman Chris Corrigan and his wife Valerie who paid $7.3 million for the penthouse in 2012.

A three bedroom apartment has been listed recently at $2.95 million having sold at $1.8 million on its 2005 completion.

The deAngelis apartment had been marketed before its 2016 purchase as a blue chip investment in location and lifestyle, by its Laing & Simmons selling agent Steven Zoellner.

It offered the "lockup-and-go convenience" of a boutique beachfront security block "facing the world’s most beautiful beach."

Presiding over extensive views of the iconic surf, sand, parklands, dramatic coastline and majestic ocean, it was billed as a "family-sized private haven."

Architect William Smart was responsible for the design of the "glamorous beach-house-style apartment block that features high-end, low maintenance finishes for easy all-year-around modern indoor/outdoor entertaining."

 

 
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