Shane Warne's ex Simone Callahan sells
Simone Callahan sells Arthurs Seat home for $1.5 million
Simone Callahan, the former wife of Shane Warne, has sold her Mornington Peninsula home, which was on the market earlier this year with $1.65 million-plus hopes.
A $1.5 million sale was secured for the four-bedroom Arthurs Seat home with a tennis court and swimming pool, and guest quarters.
It was bought by Barbara Fayman, wife of Marvin Fayman, the abattoir company boss who successfully established the Half-Case Warehouse Supermarket chain in Victoria and New South Wales in the 1970s.
Callahan had first put it on the market in March 2010 with a $2 million price tag.
Callahan bought the house in 2008 for $1,225,000 and gave it an upmarket makeover.
The 4,700-square-metre property had been listed through Harcourts Rosebud agent Grant McConnell, who put Clahane to March 2012 auction.
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Now, all signs point south for this market. A year ago vacancies were near zero but today they’re approaching 5%. Price growth has stopped and, according to Australian Property Monitors’ price graph, has started to dip below the red line.
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