Inside Anthony Albanese's $2.1 million property up for grabs
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has listed his Marrickville property for $2.1 million.
The booming house market in Sydney has clearly enticed the Labor leader to put their funky bungalow in the trendy inner-west of Sydney up for grabs.
He and his ex-wife, former NSW deputy premier Carmel Tebbutt put the house on the market after paying $1.115 million for it in 2012.
The 1930s-era bungalow sits a corner block just metres from Marrickville Golf Club in Sydney’s inner west.
While the home had already been renovated when the pair originally purchased it, there have been significant improvements.
The three-bedroom house will end the former couple’s joint properties together, following their separation in early 2019.
With gorgeous views of the golf club in Marrickville, the home will be sure to make a spectacular place to raise a family.
Albanese and Tebbutt married in 2000, and share one son together, Nathan.
The inner-west housing market has slightly benefitted from the major Sydney property boom.
The median house price has gone up 9.3 per cent in the 12 months to March.
However, Marrickville’s housing market has recorded only 3.3 per cent growth.