The Hunter Valley retreat of former Channel 9 sportscaster Cameron Williams and his estranged spouse, Natasha Russo, has rapidly gone beneath provide forward of its forthcoming public sale.
The couple’s pavilion-style rural retreat, Wareng, at Howes Valley close to Singleton, was solely listed two weekends in the past with $1.3m expectations.
“We’ve got now acquired a suggestion and acceptance on the property,” Cutcliffe Properties’ Nathan Vincin suggested potential consumers.
“I’m beneath directions to not disclose the sale value,” Vincin mentioned.
The valley of about 150 properties has solely had two gross sales above $1m, each occurring final 12 months.
Wareng was provided with a number of revenue streams, together with a $528-a-night Airbnb providing.
There have been additionally the vines and olives planted on the 17ha property round 30 years in the past.
The Chambourcin grapes from its irrigated 2.4ha are sought by Hunter Valley vineyards.
The olives are koreiki and leccino, with estimates this 12 months’s crop will yield tonnes from the plantation of 280 bushes.
The property value $850,000 in 2018, having been initially offered by its architect Ian Poole for $655,000 in 2015.
The Sunday Telegraph columnist Annette Sharp reported just lately that Williams and Russo had been residing aside and had been within the technique of divorcing.
Their Coogee abode, set 500m from the seashore, and listed with a $6m asking value, has now been pulled from advertising and marketing.
It adopted it being withdrawn from its latest public sale.
Williams, who till February introduced sport on the 6pm night information, purchased it for $1.725m in 2007.