Sport and entertainment manager Ralph Carr lists Hawthorn home

Sport and entertainment manager Ralph Carr lists Hawthorn home
Sport and entertainment manager Ralph Carr lists Hawthorn home

The high profile sport and entertainment manager Ralph Carr is selling his Hawthorn home on the dress circle Shakespeare Grove.

Abercromby's agent Jock Langley and Simon Curtain have a $12 million to $13.2 million guide. 

Carr, who manages the likes of Richmond's AFL star Dustin Martin, paid $7.55 million for the Victorian home in the St James Park Estate subdivision in 2013.

When Martin signed an $8 million deal with the Tigers in 2017, The Footy Show filmed ­Martin playing billiards at the home.

Carr has renovated the 1890s, five bedroom home during his ownership.

It once belonged to Clinton Casey, the former Richmond president.

It has 12 rooms, including a formal dining space, media room with marble wet bar, library and a stately billiard room off the imposing arched reception hall entry.

The home sits in 1,320 square metres of landscaped gardens that feature a pool, spa and a pool house.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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