Sydney, Sep 26: Australian tennis star Lleyton Hewitt’s long-vacant three million-dollar Adelaide mansion has reportedly been put up for sale.
The palatial mansion in Adelaide’s West Lakes suburbs was bought by the former world number one, who currently lives in the Bahamas with his wife and three children, in 2003 for 3.2 million dollars and had left it vacant after living there for a short time.
According to News.com.au, Hewitt’s parents have granted permission to real estate agents selling the home to upload photos of the house to give prospective buyers a look into the tennis superstar’s home.
The report mentioned that house, which has good water views, contains five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an indoor lap pool, spa, sauna area with mural, rock wall water feature and a chef’s kitchen, along with an indoor stainless steel barbecue/kitchen, three bars, and a large commercial cool room. (ANI)