IPL 2021 – Pat Cummins Bungalow: KKR all-rounder Pat Cummins buys luxurious bungalow worth 54 Crores. One of the richest Australian cricketers, Pat Cummins recently has gushed out his purse to buy the manor of his dreams costing $10 million in Sydney east. Also, he is one of the most expensive overseas contingent players in IPL with a contract of Rs.15.5 crores with Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). He is an important cog in KKR’s roster and will a crucial role in IPL 2021 if KKR has to stand any chance of doing well in this year’s edition.
The mansion named Figtree House was listed at $7.9 million but was snapped up by the ace fast bowler for a grand sum of $9.5 million. The abode has its own mesmerizing features, which makes it worth all the finance.
The mansion has 5 large bedrooms with a second-floor retreat. It has a view of the ocean which gives all the pleasure to behold the picturesque beauty of it.
The property will be bequeathed by Anthony and Nikki Moustacas, the owners of Double Bay’s Indigo Cafe. The deal is one of the most mind-boggling purchases in the Sydney East in recent times which PPD Real Estate’s Alexander Phillips told Domain were largely being made by locals.
“There are a few expats in the mix of buyers, but overall it’s mainly locals driving the demand because they get it,” Mr Phillips said. “They appreciate the tight sense of community and village atmosphere that each of these suburbs has nowadays.”
IPL 2021: Pat Cummins didn’t have the best of the seasons in IPL 2020 as he went for too many runs and didn’t have many wickets in the column to defend himself. He played 14 matches and scalped only 12 wickets at a heavy average of over 34. He will be hoping to bring his A-game in IPL 2021 and orchestrate a title win for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).