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12 September 2018
THE inner west is a playground for some of Sydneys rich and famous, with everyone from television stars and sportspeople looking to buy and sell.
Traditionally the realm of the eastern suburbs and north shore, there has been plenty of prominent people trading inner west property in the past few months.
This is expected to increase as the spring selling season kicks into gear and buyers and sellers from all over the inner west look to make a move.
Kellie Crawford is selling her unit at 104/3 Stromboli Strait in Wentworth Point.
12/11/08 BSM - Kellie Crawford has announced she
Crawford during her Hi-5 days. Pic by Luke Marsden.
One celeb set to sell is former Hi-5 star Kellie Crawford, who is letting go of her Wentworth Point unit.
Growing up in the Strathfield, she describes herself as an inner west girl, having lived in Erskineville, Newtown and Rozelle over the years.
I think it has a bit of everything. I love the location, its very multicultural and is a family orientated area I feel very comfortable there, she said.
Robbie Farahs investment property is still on the market.
She recently purchased a property in Strathfield to be closer to her parents.
Recent months have seen big movements in the sporting department, as rugby league star Robbie Farah tried to sell his Concord West investment and Todd Carney let go of his in Wentworth Point.
It is well known that Farah co-owns many properties in inner west locations such as Cabarita and Wareemba. The inner west is also a hotspot for former Australian cricket captain Steve Smith, who has properties on the Balmain peninsula.
Andrew Bogut is rumoured to have purchased in Concord.
Other notable sales include the home of former Labor senator Sam Dastyari, who sold in Russell Lea, while Julian Cress, creator of hit television series The Block, recently reaped $4.275 million for his Annandale warehouse conversion.
Inside the Annandale warehouse once owned by Julian Cress.
Just recently, new Sydney King and former NBA champion Andrew Bogut spent $3.5 million on a Concord house. Also currently up for sale is the family home of late Sydney artist Karin Oom, which served as her art studio and residence for more than 50 years.