Cricketer Ashton Agar trades up in Perth

The specialist ODI and T20 spin bowler has spent $2.25 million in the pricey waterfront suburb Dalkeith.

The Dalkeith Home Agar has bought
The Dalkeith Home Agar has bought

The Australian cricketer Ashton Agar has traded up handsomely in Perth.

The specialist ODI and T20 spin bowler has spent $2.25 million in the pricey waterfront suburb Dalkeith.

The three bedroom home, built in 1990, sits in 1,165 sqm grounds which feature a tennis court and resort-style swimming pool.

It had been for sale for a year and a half before Agar swooped.

Agar was trading up from the beachside Scarborough where he has owned a four bedroom townhouse since paying $660,000 in 2016, shortly after making his international T20 debut for Australia.

Agar, who plays for the Perth Scorchers in the BBL, has played four Tests for Australia, earning his baggy green in 2013.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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