‘Bat-tunnel’ creator sells Ascot home

first_img22 Mayfield St, AscotMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours ago The formal dining room and its stunning floor. Brett Walker in the 50m batman-like tunnel of his Bartley’s Hill home in Ascot. Picture: Ric FrearsonCONSTRUCTION boss Brett Walker sold off not one but two dream homes in the same suburb in recent months, according to property records,His luxury Ascot new build that came complete with a secret “bat tunnel” into the Bartley’s Hill house sold for what’s believed to be more than $8.3m, and records now show he also sold off another Ascot home leading up to that. A light touch works wonder. Curving drive to the home flanked by hedges.Department of Natural Resources and Mines data showed that the Walkers sold a stunning home at 22 Mayfield Street for a whopping $5.325m on July 3 this year. They had bought the property in April last year for $4.5m.The new owner of the stunning home took possession of the property in mid September.The home was marketed as an iconic Ascot estate on a large 2,011sq m plot made up of two titles.Among its features was a floodlit tennis court cum mini rugby field, a resort style swimming pool with private gazebo, manicured level garden and extra space for an office or teenagers retreat. The deal was struck in July. Stunning in its simplicity.last_img read more