Epping property sports the corner of the original MCC Long Room bar

Lynne Herbert and accomplice Ray Farrant are promoting their Epping house that encompasses a distinctive piece of memorabilia. Image: Tim Carrafa

An expensive piece of MCG memorabilia is up for grabs with an Epping home that has consumers saying “howzat”.

The four-bedroom property, aptly at 7 Bradman Terrace, has hit the market with a $930,000-$1.023m worth information.

And the actual fact it sports activities a part of the unique MCC Lengthy Room bar is what proprietor Lynne Herbert hopes will bowl consumers over.

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7 Bradman Terrace, Epping – fittingly named after cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman – is available on the market with a $930,000-$1.023m worth information.

The extension to suit the bar value about $60,000.

Ms Herbert mentioned her ex-husband was gifted the nook of the bar in 2003, when the MGC underwent a redevelopment, because of his work with Selection Australia. The charity auctioned off the remaining six items of the bar.

However it was no stroll within the park to suit the nook of historical past within the house. The household dug underground and created a downstairs rumpus space – which value about $60,0000 to construct – to showcase the bar.

“It’s a particular piece of historical past and has been successful with birthdays – we had a number of events down there,” Ms Herbert mentioned.

Epping property sports the corner of the original MCC Long Room bar

The nook of the bar was well-known for its upside-down brand. Image: Tim Carrafa

The property additionally sports activities an in-ground pool …

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… and spectacular metropolis views.

Stockdale & Leggo Epping director Anthony D’Ambros mentioned the house was the right match for sports activities lovers.

“The (property’s) streets are named after the invincible cricket crew: Ponsford, Loxton, McCabe, in fact, Bradman,” he mentioned. “There’s Benaud Place and in some way Warne and Whitney obtained a guernsey.”

Mr D’Ambros mentioned the part of bar had a price of about $50,000 and was well-known because the frosted glass brand was put in the other way up – and nonetheless is.

“When you’re a sports activities fan, you’re going to desire a piece of the Lengthy Room.”

A pool, spacious floorplan and metropolis skyline views are different highlights of the property, which is about to go underneath the hammer at 2pm, November 21.

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