Shane Warne's Estate sells off luxe pad worth an est. $10m

Shane Warne’s luxury Melbourne pad worth an estimated $10million has been sold off by his family after his shock death

The estate of Shane Warne have sold-off a luxury apartment worth $10million that the late cricketing great had set-up as a bachelor pad in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

The legendary spin bowler, who died of natural causes in Koh Samui on March 4, was taking a personal hand in designing the lavish spread reports The Herald-Sun.

Located in the exclusive Saint Moritz luxury development in St Kilda, Shane’s family arranged for the opulent digs to be on-sold to a private buyer via developer Tim Gurner.

The Estate of Shane Warne have sold-off a luxury apartment worth $10million that the late cricketing great had set-up as a bachelor pad at the Saint Moritz apartment in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs Picture: Inside the amazing luxury complex

The stunning $540million beachside apartment complex attracted the likes of high-profile stars and wealthy businessmen including footy personality Sam Newman and businessman Antony Catalano.

Gurner told the publication that some buyers have already moved into the still in-complete complex when Shane’s family told him they were selling.

He would not disclose details of the purchase.

‘Shane was an extraordinary man I cared a lot for,’ the developer said.

Shane’s family arranged for the opulent digs to be on-sold to a private buyer via Saint Moritz developer Tim Gurner for an undisclosed sum

‘We have been working with the family to assist wherever possible in the sale of his home.’

According to the report, Shane’s plans for his spectacular new home in the Saint Moritz included embroidered fittings with his favourite number, 23.

Meanwhile, residents of the apartment can look forward to enjoying a resort life-style.

Inside the Saint Moritz: residents of the apartment can look forward to enjoying a resort life-style

Features include a secret entry and exit, a private club, spa, wellness retreat, private catering, a wine director, personal stylist, childcare, car washing, laundry service and housekeeping

Features include a secret entry and exit, a private club, spa, wellness retreat, private catering, a wine director, personal stylist, childcare, car washing, laundry service and housekeeping. 

The sold out three-building development will feature a book collection curated by the Queen’s librarian, a gold-class private cinema, 3000-bottle wine cellar and a $1.5 million dollar glass cube welcome space.

Property owners at the pricey complex have paid between $1.8 to $30million for a piece of their own real estate, with the average purchase price coming in at $5.2million. 

Property owners at the pricey complex have paid between $1.8 to $30million for a piece of their own real estate, with the average purchase price coming in at $5.2million

The complex’s penthouse sold for a record breaking $30million, making it one of the most expensive apartments ever purchased in Australia.

The spectacular 800sqm apartment is spread over two levels and includes seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a 10 car garage, cigar room, wine cellar, and two story water feature.

The property was reportedly purchased by ex-Domain boss Antony Catalano. 

Property developer Tim Gurner of the Saint Moritz apartment complex in St. Kilda

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