Australian cricket couple Alyssa Healy and Mitchell Starc are reportedly buying a new $25 million love nest in Terrey Hills, northwest of Sydney.
According to The Australian Financial Reviewthe pair are set to become the new owners of luxury estate Charlotte Park, on Mona Vale Road.
The estate, which includes a Georgian-style residence with views of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, also has world-class equestrian facilities, an in-ground trampoline, a bespoke American-style barn, a wine cellar and a garage for 13 cars. , a swimming pool, a shed, a tennis court and a vegetable garden with henhouse, all on 1.8 hectares.
Although there are no cricket nets, there is certainly room for what would be a practical addition for Healy, star batter and wicketkeeper for the Australian women’s team, and Starc, a bowler pace celebrated in the Australian men’s team.
According to architectural design and construction firm Cadence and Co, which built the residence, “Charlotte Park sits on a rolling hillside overlooking extensive native forest and the lights of Sydney beyond. The setting is reminiscent of the landscape of California’s Napa Valley, with its majestic views of the surrounding countryside.
The couple, who married in 2016, registered their interest in Charlotte Park via a reserve on the estate, according to The Australian Financial Review.
Agent Shayne Hutton of Sydney Country Living declined to comment on the sale, but the price is believed to be close to the asking price of $25 million.
The sellers of the house are Darren and Simone Mills, parents of Sydney Swans footballer Callum Mills.
Healy and Starc’s current home, located in Pitt Road, North Curl Curl, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, is set to go to auction on November 25, with a guide price of $9 million.
The couple purchased the home from former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins and her builder husband Jake Wall for $5.235 million in 2016.
Healy is widely tipped to become the next captain of the Australian women’s team following the recent retirement of Meg Lanning, while Starc is currently in India and will line up for the men’s team in the Cricket World Cup final a day with Australia. will face India at 7:30 p.m. (AEDT) on Sunday.