Bec and Lleyton Hewitt's $16million Toorak mansion is Australia's 'hottest property'


Bec and Lleyton Hewitt’s $16million Toorak mansion is officially Australia’s ‘hottest property’ after huge interest in the listing

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Bec and Lleyton Hewitt’s stunning Toorak mansion has been labelled Australia’s ‘hottest property’.

According to Realestate.com.au on Monday, the $16million ‘French-inspired’ mansion is the website’s most-viewed property.

The listing has gained more than 12,400 views in the past week, which is about 13 times the average of a property of the same standard.

Luxe listing! Bec and Lleyton Hewitt's $16million Toorak mansion is officially Australia's 'hottest property' after there was huge interest in the listing, according to realestate.com.au. The Hewitts are pictured on November 26, 2018, in Melbourne

Luxe listing! Bec and Lleyton Hewitt’s $16million Toorak mansion is officially Australia’s ‘hottest property’ after there was huge interest in the listing, according to realestate.com.au. The Hewitts are pictured on November 26, 2018, in Melbourne

Jellis Craig Stonnington listing agent Phillip French said serious buyers were interested, including local and overseas families. 

‘I’ve had some very good inspections. It’s very positive at this early stage,’ he said.

Mr French had sold the 34 Heyington Place residence to the former tennis pro and Home and Away actress back in 2016 for $12.7million.   

Stunning: The Hewitts are selling their $16million Toorak mansion (pictured). So far the home has generated 13 times the interest of a average property within its price range

Stunning: The Hewitts are selling their $16million Toorak mansion (pictured). So far the home has generated 13 times the interest of a average property within its price range

The three-storey mansion features five expansive bedrooms, each with their own ensuite, as well as a parents’ retreat and a dressing room on the top level.

In the basement there is a 12-seat cinema, a gym, an 1800-bottle wine cellar, and a garage.

Also included are multiple living and dining areas, a French provincial-inspired kitchen with high-quality appliances, and a study. 

History: Jellis Craig Stonnington listing agent Phillip French, who had sold the 34 Heyington Place residence to the Hewitts for $12.7million in 2016, said serious buyers were interested, including local and overseas families

History: Jellis Craig Stonnington listing agent Phillip French, who had sold the 34 Heyington Place residence to the Hewitts for $12.7million in 2016, said serious buyers were interested, including local and overseas families

Inclusions: The three-storey mansion features five expansive bedrooms, each with their own ensuite, as well as a parents' retreat and a dressing room on the top level

Inclusions: The three-storey mansion features five expansive bedrooms, each with their own ensuite, as well as a parents’ retreat and a dressing room on the top level

The outside has an in-built trampoline, heated swimming pool and an AstroTurf court for basketball and tennis.    

Inspections for the mansion close on November 23.

The Hewitts have previously lived in South Australia, the Sydney suburbs of Palm Beach and Kenthurst, and even in the Bahamas.

A sportsman's backyard: The outside has an in-built trampoline, heated pool and a court with astro turf and a basketball ring to place basketball or tennis

A sportsman’s backyard: The outside has an in-built trampoline, heated pool and a court with astro turf and a basketball ring to place basketball or tennis

Movers: The Hewitt's have previously lived in Sydney suburbs Palm Beach and Kenthurst, South Australia, and even the Bahamas

Movers: The Hewitt’s have previously lived in Sydney suburbs Palm Beach and Kenthurst, South Australia, and even the Bahamas

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