Cricket player Steve Smith disembarks for a bellhop and breakfast at a local cafe in the Vaucluse

Cricket player Steve Smith steps out for a bellhop and breakfast at a local cafe in Vaucluse during Sydney’s lockdown after he and wife Dani Willis bought a $6.6 million mansion in an affluent suburb

Australian cricketer Steve Smith and his wife Dani Willis bought a $6.6 million house in Sydney’s Vaucluse last year.

And on Thursday, during Sydney’s lockdown, the sportsman was spotted fanning out in the affluent suburb.

The 32-year-old enjoyed a brisk walk, before heading to his local cafe to pick up a bellhop and breakfast.

Support the local population?  Cricket player Steve Smith stepped out on Thursday for a bellhop and breakfast at a local cafe in Vaucluse during Sydney's lockdown after he and wife Dani Willis bought a $6.6 million mansion in the affluent suburb

Support the local population? Cricket player Steve Smith stepped out on Thursday for a bellhop and breakfast at a local cafe in Vaucluse during Sydney’s lockdown after he and wife Dani Willis bought a $6.6 million mansion in the affluent suburb

For his casual outing, Steve wore navy blue shorts and a gray hoodie from New Balance.

The athlete also wore sneakers from the same sports brand.

Steve kept COVID safe and kept a surgical mask on his face during his sun-filled walk.

Six months after purchasing his $6.6 million home, Steve and Dani began renovating the property in February.

Casual: For his casual outing, Steve wore navy blue shorts and a gray hoodie from New Balance

Casual: For his casual outing, Steve wore navy blue shorts and a gray hoodie from New Balance

Casual: For his casual outing, Steve wore navy blue shorts and a gray hoodie from New Balance

COVID safe: Steve kept COVID safe and kept a surgical mask on his face during his sun-filled walk

COVID safe: Steve kept COVID safe and kept a surgical mask on his face during his sun-filled walk

COVID safe: Steve kept COVID safe and kept a surgical mask on his face during his sun-filled walk

In photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia in January, the rear garden of the three-storey house had been gutted and an existing dug-in swimming pool was re-tiled.

Steve and Dani, a 30-year-old law graduate, had rented another house nearby before purchasing the property.

It was initially listed for $6.8 million before being written down to $6.6 million, and was last sold in 2005 for $3.22 million.

At work: Six months after purchasing their $6.6 million home in the affluent Sydney suburb, the couple began renovating the property in February

At work: Six months after purchasing their $6.6 million home in the affluent Sydney suburb, the couple began renovating the property in February

At work: Six months after purchasing their $6.6 million home in the affluent Sydney suburb, the couple began renovating the property in February

The couple was apparently looking for a property “that they could refurbish, either to renovate extensively or rebuild.”

Steve and his two-year-old wife bought the house last July.

According to realestate.com.au At the time, the luxurious building had four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

It also features a gym, steam room, four-car garage, 400-bottle wine cellar and an entertaining outdoor patio.

according to another realestate.com.au report in September, they submitted plans to renovate the house that month.

Steve and Dani are renovating every level of the property, including the basement, which will see an extension of the home gym.

They also plan to convert the current kitchen into a dining room and put the kitchen against a wall, converting a nearby study into a butler’s pantry.

Home sweet home: The cricketer, 32, and his two-year-old wife bought the house last July

Home sweet home: The cricketer, 32, and his two-year-old wife bought the house last July

Home sweet home: The cricketer, 32, and his two-year-old wife bought the house last July

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