Lleyton and Bec Hewitt are moving back to Sydney, splashing out on a resort-style mansion in the Hills District region for a casual $10 million price tag.
The couple and their kids are set to relocate to a lavish estate in Glenhaven, with the house boasting a tennis court (of course), a swimming pool, and a guest cottage.
The power couple bought the property from NRL superstar and former Parramatta Eels player Nathan Hindmarsh and his wife Bonnie.
The brand-new house and move back to Sydney fuels speculation that Lleyton and Bec have been inspired by David and Victoria Beckham's recent Netflix docuseries and would be interested in creating their own.
A friend of the couple recently told New Idea: "Bec is very organised and has awesome home videos, and I know in the past they've thought of doing something like this."
The source said the two were a fan of the Beckham documentary.
"They've watched Netflix's David Beckham series and loved it, and I'm sure it got them thinking."
Inside Lleyton and Bec's new home
The home was originally bought in 2012 by Nathan and Bonnie Hindmarsh for $1.39 million — Bonnie is an interior designer who co-founded Three Birds Renovations, the business that rebuilt the property in 2018 and turned it into a luxury escape.
The resort-style, six-bedroom estate looks like a coastal dream, with a cabana out by the pool, which is one of the house's most beautiful features.
Minus the luxurious outdoor settings like the pool and tennis court, the house also features vast open-plan living areas (yes, plural), and a storage barn.
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