Olympic golfer Marcus Fraser sells Beaumaris mid-century house

Author: Jack Boronovskis. Published in the Herald Sun and Real Estate.com online on 5 August 2020. 

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Olympic golfer Marcus Fraser and his wife Carlie have sold a renovated mid-century modern house in Beaumaris for $1.65m.

The four-bedroom house at 145 Dalgetty Rd, which sold ahead of its scheduled auction to a local family, fetched the top of its price guide.

Eview Group Hartrick agent Sam Hartrick said the home’s proximity to schools made it the “perfect match for the buyer”.

Wide hallways and timber wall panels at the Beaumaris home.

“As much as they did fall in love with the house because of its mid-century charm, it also ticked the right boxes in terms of family and location,” Mr Hartrick said.

“I’m glad for Marcus and Carlie.”

Fraser finished tied for fifth while representing Australia in the men’s individual golf at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

The home’s stylish entry foyer.
The house wraps around a spacious timber deck.

Fraser, who also has professional wins on the European, Asian and Challenge tours, previously told the Herald Sun the couple completed renovations on the property to retain its mid-century style.

“We wanted to protect one of the homes because they seem to all get bulldozed and we don’t want Beaumaris to lose its soul,” he said.

A half-height wall separates two living spaces.