On the market! Actor Craig McLachlan lists his one-bedroom penthouse apartment in Sydney’s Potts Point for $1.5million
Former Neighbours star Craig McLachlan has listed his apartment in Sydney’s Potts Point for auction.
The one-bedroom property, which is located near cafes, shops and bars, has a price guide of $1.5million.
The penthouse apartment features high ceilings, a spacious living area and timber flooring throughout.
On the market: Actor Craig McLachlan has listed his $1.5million Potts Point apartment for sale. Pictured McLachlan and girlfriend Vanessa Scammell
It also has a fireplace, and the bedroom features a classic tiled en-suite bathroom with full bath.
McLachlan has owned the apartment for two decades.
According to the Daily Telegraph, McLachlan lives elsewhere with his girlfriend partner Vanessa Scammell, and has been renting out the property.
Spacious: The one-bedroom property, which is located near cafes, shops and bars, has a price guide of $1.5million
Views: The property is an easy walk to the harbour foreshore and has water views
It comes after McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting actors during the running of hit musical Rocky Horror Show.
He had maintained his alleged sexual offending while working on the production was no more inappropriate than a cricketer giving a teammate a pat on the bum.
In a 105 page decision, Melbourne Magistrate Belinda Wallington found McLachlan not guilty of all charges on December 15.
Moving on: McLachlan has owned the apartment for two decades
Sunny: It also has a fireplace, and the bedroom features a classic tiled en-suite bathroom with full bath
He had endured months of scrutiny which saw him and his partner Vanessa Scammel forced to make their way through media packs outside of a Melbourne court.
In handing down her decision, Ms Wallington made the unusual decision to praise each of the alleged victims.
They had endured fierce criticism throughout the trial, with one young mum forced to give evidence to the court on four separate occasions.
Police had alleged McLachlan either indecently assaulted or assaulted four complainants in Melbourne between April 26, 2014 and July 13, 2014.
The allegations became public after one of his alleged victims went public following the worldwide scandal involving disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Allegations: It comes after McLachlan was found not guilty of indecently assaulting actors during the running of hit musical Rocky Horror Show