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‘Troubled’ sportscaster Cameron Williams’ quick Hunter Valley home sale

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Cameron Williams’s ex pavilion-style rural retreat. Source: realestate.com.au

The Hunter Valley retreat of former Channel 9 sportscaster Cameron Williams and his estranged wife, Natasha Russo, has quickly gone under offer ahead of its forthcoming auction.

The couple’s pavilion-style rural retreat, Wareng, at Howes Valley near Singleton, was only listed two weekends ago with $1.3m expectations.

“We have now received an offer and acceptance on the property,” Cutcliffe Properties’ Nathan Vincin advised prospective buyers.

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Williams has sold his Howes Valley property.

“I am under instructions not to disclose the sale price,” Vincin said.

The valley of about 150 properties has only had two sales above $1m, both happening last year.

Wareng was offered with several income streams, including a $528-a-night Airbnb offering.

There were also the vines and olives planted on the 17ha estate around 30 years ago.

The Chambourcin grapes from its irrigated 2.4ha are sought by Hunter Valley vineyards.

The olives are koreiki and leccino, with estimates this year’s crop will yield tonnes from the plantation of 280 trees.

The Hunter Valley home sold in less than a week. Source: realestate.com.au

It fetched $1.3m. Source: realestate.com.au

It has been rented out as a $528 a night Airbnb listing. Source: realestate.com.au

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The property cost $850,000 in 2018, having been initially sold by its architect Ian Poole for $655,000 in 2015.

The Sunday Telegraph columnist Annette Sharp reported recently that Williams and Russo had been living apart and were in the process of divorcing.

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Former Channel 9 sportscaster Cameron Williams Picture: Christian Gilles

Their Coogee abode, set 500m from the beach, and listed with a $6m asking price, has now been pulled from marketing.

It followed it being withdrawn from its recent auction.

Williams, who until February presented sport on the 6pm evening news, bought it for $1.725m in 2007.

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