The former Aussie skipper, Michael Clarke, has bought a new bachelor pad for a price of around $13 million. The house is a five-bedroom house in Vaucluse. It was earlier with Philip and Annette Johnston, who invested $9.5 million.
Clarke’s new residence is one block away from his previous house which he shared with his ex-wife Kyly. The couple bought the house at a price of $8.3 million and sold it for $12 million after parting ways in 2019.
The new home has a gas-heated tiled pool, two outdoor showers and Tuscan style cabana, news.com.au reported on Saturday. The house also has heated limestone floors, four bathrooms, three gas fireplaces, a wrought-iron staircase and a stone island kitchen with a double fridge.
It also has a dining room, a formal lounge and a reading room. He led Australia to the World Cup title in 2015. The right-handed batsman represented Australia in 115 Tests, 245 ODIs and 34 T20Is, scoring over 17,000 runs with 36 centuries and 86 half-centuries in a career spanning over 10 years.