‘Family living at its best’: Estate agent’s eerie description of house where Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh was ‘stabbed to death by his son’ – as the property hits the market for $1.25million

  • The family home where murdered Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh was stabbed to death has gone on the market for $1.25million.

The property in Adelaide’s Somerton Park is where he was allegedly killed by his son, Cy, in July last year.

While the younger Walsh waits in a psychiatric facility charged with his father’s murder, the four-bedroom home was listed by estate agents who gave it the eerie description of ‘family living at its best’.

The 27-year-old is waiting to be told whether prosecutors have accepted his plea of not guilty by mental incompetence which could exonerate him of murder.

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murdered Phil Walsh's house goes up for sale

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