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Inside Bolt’s luxury Central Coast home


USAIN Bolt is forking out to stay in an incredible new pad worth $2.65m fit for any footballer.The Olympic sprint legend has moved to Australia in a bid to forge out a career as a professional football player for A-League side Central Coast Mariners.Bolt, 32, is believed to be renting the plush mansion north of Sydney inside the luxury Point Frederick’s exclusive Araluen apartments.Known as the ‘Sky House’ Bolt can relax in the heated jacuzzi outside after an afternoon with the ball at his feet.It boasts a wide open living area with the possibility to step outside into the garden and enjoy the views of Brisbane Lake.The penthouse also has a modernised kitchen with all the latest technology and five spacious bedrooms for when guests come to stay with the world’s fastest man.Bolt’s master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a balcony that opens out onto the garden when he can access the heated spa.He has enough room to keep his wide range of supercars and private lift access.It is just a short distance to the Mariners’ home stadium where he hopes to become a fan favourite.

A description of the property on realestate.com.au reads: “Styled to impress, this exclusive private penthouse in the ‘Araluen’ building is undoubtedly one of the Central Coasts premier properties.“With a wow factor comparable to multi-million dollar properties in the Sydney CBD, Eastern Suburbs and lower North Shore, this distinctively styled residence comprises 1079sqm of expansive living areas and superb finishes.”The eight-time Olympic champ is currently on trial with the club and recently made his non-competitive debut in a 6-1 win over Central Coast Select.Bolt came on in the 71st minute but only managed to make one pass after touching the ball nine times.He has until next month to try and convince bosses to offer him a contract before the season starts.


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