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Inside Karl Stefanovic’s ‘man cave’: Star moves cricket bats and Pac Man arcade machine into home

Inside Karl Stefanovic’s ‘man cave’: TV star moves his collection of rare and expensive cricket bats and Pac Man arcade machine into the garage of his new Sydney rental

He and his wife Jasmine recently put their home on Sydney’s north shore up for rent. 

And Karl Stefanovic was spotted moving into his new property on Monday.

The Today show host, 48, appears to making a man cave in the garage, as he was seen carrying a collection of rare, signed cricket bats and manoeuvring a Pac Man arcade machine, which retails for between $700 and $1000, into the space. 

Karl Stefanovic was spotted moving into his new home on Monday and appeared to be making a man cave in his garage  

Showing off his biceps, Karl rolled up his sleeves and popped a baseball cap on backwards as carried items through the new garden

Showing off his biceps, Karl rolled up his sleeves and popped a baseball cap on backwards as carried items through the new garden 

The father-of-four carefully carried all of his bats, which included a GM Dxm 404, which retails for around $400 and was famously used by New Zealand legend Ross Taylor.

He also carried a Gray Nicolls Fusion, used by many pros in the mid noughties, which now sells for about $400, and the popular Slazenger v800, which sells for around $34.

The star is known for being a huge cricket fan and owns signed bats, including one signed by former Australian captain Michael Clarke.

Karl and Clarke have been friends for years – with the cricket legend recently going public with romance with Karl’s sister-in-law Jade Yarbrough.  

A Pac Man arcade machine appeared to be going in the garage

A Pac Man arcade machine appeared to be going in the garage  

The father-of-four carefully carried all of his bats, which included a GM Dxm 404, which retails for around $400 and was famously used by New Zealand legend Ross Taylor. He also carried a Gray Nicolls Fusion, used by many pros in the mid noughties, which now sells for about $400 and the popular Slazenger v800, which sells for around $34

The father-of-four carefully carried all of his bats, which included a GM Dxm 404, which retails for around $400 and was famously used by New Zealand legend Ross Taylor. He also carried a Gray Nicolls Fusion, used by many pros in the mid noughties, which now sells for about $400 and the popular Slazenger v800, which sells for around $34

The father-of-four carefully carried all of his bats, which included a GM Dxm 404, which retails for around $400 and was famously used by New Zealand legend Ross Taylor. He also carried a Gray Nicolls Fusion, used by many pros in the mid noughties, which now sells for about $400 and the popular Slazenger v800, which sells for around $34

The TV star went barefoot and opted for sensible black shorts and a matching T-shirt as lifted heavy cardboard boxes into the house.

Showing off his biceps, Karl rolled up his sleeves and popped a baseball cap on backwards as carried items through the new garden.

Despite the gadgets seemingly for a man cave, some items proved Karl’s also a family man as he also moved a dissembled crib and changing table. 

The TV star went barefoot and opted for sensible black shorts and a matching T-shirt as lifted heavy cardboard boxes into the house

The TV star went barefoot and opted for sensible black shorts and a matching T-shirt as lifted heavy cardboard boxes into the house 

The Channel Nine star has three older children with his ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn: sons River, 15, and Jackson, 22, and daughter Willow, 16

Karl is moving into the home with wife Jasmine and daughter Harper, two

Karl is moving into the home with wife Jasmine and daughter Harper, two.

Last week, Karl and wife Jasmine listed their four-bedroom Castlecrag home for rent for $1850 a week.

It was snapped up after just five days on the market, significantly less than the average 32 days of the area. The couple bought the home last year for $3.2m.

The Channel Nine star has three older children with his ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn: sons River, 15, and Jackson, 22, and daughter Willow, 16.

Karl met the model-turned-shoe designer at a boat party in Sydney just months after his separation from Cassandra in 2016.

The Stefanovics married at the One&Only Palmilla resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, in December 2018.

Despite the gadgets seemingly for a man cave, some items proved Karl's also a family man as he also moved a dissembled crib and changing table

Despite the gadgets seemingly for a man cave, some items proved Karl’s also a family man as he also moved a dissembled crib and changing table 

Karl and his wife Jasmine married at the One&Only Palmilla resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, in December 2018

Karl and his wife Jasmine married at the One&Only Palmilla resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, in December 2018

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