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Gold medalist Emily Seebohm (right) her home with three bedrooms after splitting with Olympian Mitch Larkin (right)

Swimmer Emily Seebohm scores $ 220,000 windfall as she sells house after horror split with colleague Olympian Mitch Larkin

  • Gold medalist Emily Seebohm has sold her investment in Brisbane
  • She made a profit of $ 220,000 after the property was sold for $ 790,000
  • She owns a $ 1.3 million four-bedroom house with Olympian Mitch Larkin
  • The pair had a bitter break in 2017, but their joint ownership has yet to come on the market
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Gold medalist Emily Seebohm has sold her home investment for $ 220,000, more than she paid for a year after her bitter break with fellow Olympian Mitch Larkin.

Seebohm sold its investment property in the suburb of Hendra, Brisbane, for $ 790,000 after purchasing it for $ 570,000 in 2012.

The champion swimmer bought the three-bedroom home for just a few months and won a silver medal at the London Olympics.

Since then, she has rented the property for around $ 620 a week, $ 77 less than the median rental price for the area.

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The property has two bathrooms, a rumpus room and a swimming pool and is close to schools and colleges.

Gold medalist Emily Seebohm (right) her home with three bedrooms after splitting with Olympian Mitch Larkin (right)

Gold medalist Emily Seebohm (right) her home with three bedrooms after splitting with Olympian Mitch Larkin (right)

The former couple has a total of three houses on the outskirts of Brisbane, only one of which is in common ownership and the other two separately in the names of Larkin and Seebohm.

It was assumed that the four-bedroom building in Hendra would be sold as it was where they lived when the very public split was announced.

The lush house is supposed to be a staggering $ 1,375 million.

Seebohm bought the Hendra home in Brisbane (photo) for $ 570,000 in 2012 - a few months before winning silver in the London Olympics

Seebohm bought the Hendra home in Brisbane (photo) for $ 570,000 in 2012 - a few months before winning silver in the London Olympics

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Seebohm bought the Hendra home in Brisbane (photo) for $ 570,000 in 2012 – a few months before winning silver in the London Olympics

Seebohm sold the property for $ 790,000, earning a profit of $ 220,000

Seebohm sold the property for $ 790,000, earning a profit of $ 220,000

Seebohm sold the property for $ 790,000, earning a profit of $ 220,000

The other four-bedroom house in the couple's wallet, which was only bought by 25-year-old Larkin four years ago, has also not been offered for sale.

Larkin ended the relationship with Seebohm last year in the midst of rumors that he had cheated his former girlfriend with his swimming partner.

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He strong dmade the allegations and said that Seebohm had simply drawn & # 39; conclusions. & # 39 ;.

The property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a rumpus room and a swimming pool

The property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a rumpus room and a swimming pool

The property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a rumpus room and a swimming pool

It was for rent at around $ 620 a week due to the proximity of schools and colleges

It was for rent at around $ 620 a week due to the proximity of schools and colleges

It was for rent at around $ 620 a week due to the proximity of schools and colleges

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