Basketballer Belinda Snell, who created one of the London Olympics’ most exhilarating moments, is selling her Yarraville property.
With one second left and the Opals behind by three in their second-round game with France, Snell shot from inside her own half and took Australia into overtime but, unfortunately, not to victory.
The house is a double-fronted art deco weatherboard with lovely motifs of the era and a flexible floor plan. At the front are two bedrooms and a bathroom, followed by a dining area and a living area with a vibrant red wall framing the windows and a decorative wood-and-tile fireplace.
The kitchen and third bedroom follow, then a study and family room that opens to the garden, entertainment area and hot tub.
Trevor Reynolds of Hocking Stuart has 71 Eirene Street for auction on October 20 and expects between $580,000 and $620,000.
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