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Champion jockey hoping to back a property winner

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Their plan is to downsize into an apartment in Sydney’s east.The couple built the stylish home on Euroka St after they paid $1.52 million in 2009.It was a building project for Beadman after he suffered a serious head injury at Sha Tin Racecourse in Hong Kong in 2012 which required rehabilitation back in Sydney after his enforced retirement. MORE: Sydney’s worst multimillion dollar homesInside Michael Clarke’s new $13m homeThey had James Munzone at Building With Options undertake the construction.They have listed the five- bedroom, three-bathroom bungalow through Matt Lah­ood and Rick Woodward at The Agency.They’re giving a $4.7 million guide, buoyed by a recent $5.5 million off market sale just across the street, along with a recent $9.2 million ­record for a non-waterfront sale in the suburb. There are just three houses currently listed in the suburb.The couple have vacated the home, which comes with hardwood floors and intricate ceilings, which ensures that inspections will occur seamlessly during the Covid pandemic lockdowns that allow one-on-one inspections. The median house price in Northbridge currently sits at $4.3 million, based on 76 sales in the past year, according to realestate.com.au. The house, a stroll to cafes, shops and schools, with city buses at the end of the street, comes with vast family and dining zone. There’s an expansive alfresco entertainer’s deck plus heated pool. And there is a master wing with ensuite and walk-in robe. The couple intend to reside in the eastern suburbs, to be closer to their three children, and two grandchildren.In 2007 Beadman was ­inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame, the first to do so while still in the ­saddle. He won the Sydney jockey premiership seven times, including two Golden Slippers, the first on Inspired in 1984 for the Theo Green stable. His Melbourne Cup wins for trainer Bart Cummings were on Kingston Rule in 1990 for David Hains and Saintly in 1996 for Dato Tan Chin Nam. Beadman has been at ­Godolphin stables since 2014, currently as head of race day operations.

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