James Magnussen

Swim champ’s home offers affordable harbour views

PHOTO: James Magnussen, with his partner, Rose McEvoy. Picture: Justin Lloyd.

Olympic Games swimmer James “The Missile” Magnus­sen has listed the longtime Drummoyne apartment he shares with partner Rose McEvoy.

The former world champ­ion 100m freestyler bought the apartment in the 1999-built Marina Point development at Birkenhead Point in 2012, the same year he won silver and bronze at the Summer Olympics in London.

Olympic medal winning swimmer, James Magnussen has listed his longtime Drummoyne apartment.

Olympic medal winning swimmer, James Magnussen has listed his longtime Drummoyne apartment.

The apartment is in the 1999-built Marina Point development at Birkenhead Point.

The apartment is in the 1999-built Marina Point development at Birkenhead Point.

He paid $935,000, a savvy buy given it had sold for $910,000 five years earlier.

The sixth-level apartment, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms at 607/1 Roseby Street, Drummoyne, is wrapped in a large balcony with views across the harbour.

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Magnussen has refreshed the space with the carpet ripped out and replaced with timber floors in the living space. There’s a granite kit­chen and a marble bathroom with a spa bath. The master bedroom has an ensuite.

The sixth-level apartment, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, is wrapped in a large balcony with views across the harbour.

The sixth-level apartment, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, is wrapped in a large balcony with views across the harbour.

The development was built in 1999.

The development was built in 1999.

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