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Shane Warne FINALLY sells his stunning $6.8M Brighton mansion

Shane Warne FINALLY sells his stunning $6.8M Brighton mansion… after dropping the price by $1M

Legendary cricketer Shane Warne has finally sold his sprawling mansion in Melbourne’s affluent Brighton. 

The 51-year-old has offloaded his property after it was passed in at private auction at $5.65million earlier this month, Realestate.com.au reports.  

The father-of-three had hoped to net between $5.8 million to $6.38million for the home, which cost him $5.4million in 2018. 

Gone! Shane Warne has FINALLY sold his stunning $6.8M Brighton mansion… after dropping the price by $1M

He dropped the price by a whopping $1million – accepting offers over $5.8million, after originally asking for $6.8million to $7.4million in March. 

Real estate agent Jonathan Dixon from JP Dixon told Realestate.com.au described the home as ‘the total package.’ 

He added of Warnie’s love of real estate: ‘Everyone thinks he just buys houses to turn them over, but that’s not correct. If you follow his lifestyle, it changes so often.’

The publication reports that the King of Spin is set to move into the new apartment development the Saint Moritz in St Kilda, which he is said to have bought in 2018 for $5.4million.  

Moving on: Real estate agent Jonathan Dixon from JP Dixon, told Realestate.com.au that Shane sold the home and described it as 'the total package'

Moving on: Real estate agent Jonathan Dixon from JP Dixon, told Realestate.com.au that Shane sold the home and described it as ‘the total package’

According to Domain, Shane’s auction was held outdoors next to the swimming pool and the opening bid was $5.5million.

Shane was not seen outside the property on auction day but was spotted peeking through the curtains.

His son, SAS Australia star son Jackson Warne, 21, came along to offer his support, arriving in a black SUV.  

High hopes: The father-of-three had hoped for between $5.8 million to $6.38million for the home, which cost him $5.4million in 2018

High hopes: The father-of-three had hoped for between $5.8 million to $6.38million for the home, which cost him $5.4million in 2018

Price drop: He dropped the price by a whopping $1million - accepting offers over $5.8million, after originally asking for $6.8million to $7.4million in March

Price drop: He dropped the price by a whopping $1million – accepting offers over $5.8million, after originally asking for $6.8million to $7.4million in March

New pad: It's been reported that the King of Spin is set to move into the new apartment development called the Saint Moritz in St Kilda, which he is said to have bought in 2018 for $5.4million

New pad: It’s been reported that the King of Spin is set to move into the new apartment development called the Saint Moritz in St Kilda, which he is said to have bought in 2018 for $5.4million

Former St Kilda AFL star Aaron Hamill was also there to see what the property had to offer.

The home includes a well-stocked bar area with plush seats and a high-end nightclub feel. 

There is a spacious outdoor dining area and a luxurious pool, as well as multiple living areas and a slick, modern kitchen.

A wine cellar with an adjacent living space for relaxing and hosting guests adds to the upmarket feel of the property.

The home features sweeping spaces and a black and white theme throughout, as well as a grand staircase near the entrance.

Luxe: The home includes a well-stocked bar area with plush seats and a high-end nightclub feel. There is a spacious outdoor dining area and a luxurious pool, as well as multiple living areas and a slick, modern kitchen

Luxe: The home includes a well-stocked bar area with plush seats and a high-end nightclub feel. There is a spacious outdoor dining area and a luxurious pool, as well as multiple living areas and a slick, modern kitchen

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