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Bec And Lleyton But Porperty Worth $4.5million

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Life's a beach in lovebirds' $4.5m pad


April 8, 2005

Daily Telegraph

THIS is the swish new Sydney love nest for Lleyton Hewitt and Bec Cartwright.

The couple, engaged to be married, paid an estimated $4.5 million for the seaside property on exclusive Palm Beach.

The sale was negotiated last week through agents Raine & Horne.

Hewitt, who will commute between Adelaide and Sydney when not on the international tennis tour, is expected to soon move into the house with Cartwright.

The pair announced their engagement after a whirlwind romance the morning after the world No.2 lost the centenary Australian Open final to Russian Marat Safin in January.

A Raine & Horne spokesman said the property offered "great views of the beach and the Pacific Ocean".

It is understood Home and Away star Cartwright already owns an apartment in the area.

The purchase boosts Hewitt's property portfolio to about $20 million. The Wimbledon and US Open winner paid $3.2 million for a lakeside house in Adelaide, which he currently shares with Crows footballer Andrew McLeod.

He also owns three vacant seafront blocks, valued at more than $1 million each, at Tennyson in Adelaide.

And he has outlaid a reputed $8 million for the penthouse suite of the luxury Yve Apartments on Melbourne's St Kilda Rd.

Hewitt's property expansion also has Lleyton Hewitt Marketing Pty Ltd opening an office in Toorak Rd.

Hewitt has appointed former Cricket Australia official Rob Aivotaglou as his personal manager.

Hewitt will travel between Adelaide and Sydney to team with coach Roger Rasheed.

No date has yet been set for his wedding to Cartwright, who has a $220,000 engagement ring.

Hewitt was previously engaged to Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters.

Here are some photos of the property...



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I can't believe Bec would want to live at Palm Beach, although I guess she can sleep in a bit when they film on location.


Why not ? it sounds American, and I bet she likes that.

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