Cricketer Steve O’Keefe looking to offload Mudgee investment
NSW cricket veteran Steve O’Keefe is selling another of his investment properties in Mudgee. O’Keefe, who has built a nifty diversified property portfolio across the country, bought into the Mudgee market in 2013, spending $169,000 on an 840 sqm corner plot in the southwest of the town.
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The Manly-based spinner subdivided the parcel and has built a home on each block.
McGrath Central Tablelands agent Lucas Sheppard has sold one of the new-build investment homes, and is seeking offers on the other. He was asking $355,000 for the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home that has been a $360-a-week rental.
The long-time Sydney Sixer, who was among the top wicket-takers in the BBL over summer, has also just finished building a four-bedroom home in Lennox Head, having spent $270,000 in 2016. He has also owned a two-bedroom apartment in Manly since paying $921,500 off the plan in 2011.
O’Keefe has an even stronger portfolio in Queensland where he has four investment properties in Kingston, Marsden, Wakerley and Raceview, all just outside of Brisbane.
His portfolio is at the cheaper end of the market, unlike the Sydney-focused empires of his former Test teammates Stephen Smith and David Warner.
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