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Renovation continues on cricketer Steve Smith’s $6.6million home in Vaucluse

Six months after purchasing their $6.6million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse, Steve Smith and his wife Dani Willis have started renovation work.

Photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia show the progress of construction as of last month.

The three-storey home’s backyard has been gutted, and an existing in-ground swimming pool is being retiled.

Getting to work: Six months after purchasing their $6.6million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse, Steve Smith (right) and his wife Dani Willis (left) have started renovation work

The back section of the house is also under renovation, with an enclosed entertainment area seemingly in the works.

At the front of the property, a skip bin and portable toilet are sitting in the front yard, along with other building materials.

Scaffolding has been set up around the property, and the images reveal construction workers are hard at work.

Work in progress: A series of photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia showed construction at the property late last month

Work in progress: A series of photos obtained by Daily Mail Australia showed construction at the property late last month

Construction zone: The three-storey home's backyard appeared to have been gutted, with an existing in-ground swimming pool being retiled

Construction zone: The three-storey home’s backyard appeared to have been gutted, with an existing in-ground swimming pool being retiled

The 31-year-old cricketer and his wife of two years bought the home last July.

According to Realestate.com.au at the time, the luxury property features four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

It also boasts ­a gym, steam room, four-car garage, 400-bottle wine cellar and outdoor entertaining terrace.

Home sweet home: The 31-year-old cricketer purchased the property with his wife of two years in July last year

Home sweet home: The 31-year-old cricketer purchased the property with his wife of two years in July last year

Building site: Scaffolding was set up around the property, and construction workers were spotted working on the home

Building site: Scaffolding was set up around the property, and construction workers were spotted working on the home

Fixer upper: The couple were apparently 'looking to find a property they could do up, either to renovate extensively or rebuild'

Fixer upper: The couple were apparently ‘looking to find a property they could do up, either to renovate extensively or rebuild’

Steve and Dani, a 30-year-old law graduate, had been leasing another home nearby before purchasing the property.

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

The couple were apparently looking to find a property ‘they could do up, either to renovate extensively or rebuild’.

Under renovation: At the front of the property, a skip bin and portable toilet sat in the front yard, along with other building materials

Under renovation: At the front of the property, a skip bin and portable toilet sat in the front yard, along with other building materials

Room to move: According to a report by realestate.com.au at the time, the luxury home features four bedrooms and six bathrooms

Room to move: According to a report by realestate.com.au at the time, the luxury home features four bedrooms and six bathrooms

According to another Realestate.com.au report in September, they submitted plans to renovate the home that month.

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

They’re also planning on converting the current kitchen into a dining room, and will move the kitchen against a wall, converting a nearby study into a butler’s pantry.

Investments: Steve and Dani have established quite the Sydney property portfolio, and also own homes in Balmain, Birchgrove, Marrickville and Sans Souci

Investments: Steve and Dani have established quite the Sydney property portfolio, and also own homes in Balmain, Birchgrove, Marrickville and Sans Souci

Gutted: Other photos showed the back section of the house also under renovation, with an enclosed entertainment area seemingly in the plans

Gutted: Other photos showed the back section of the house also under renovation, with an enclosed entertainment area seemingly in the plans

The living area will be expanded to include a fireplace, while a central island seat will be added to the walk-in wardrobe.

The ensuite will also undergo a renovation, and will feature a freestanding bath, shower and dual vanity.

Steve and Dani have established quite the Sydney property portfolio, and also own homes in Balmain, Birchgrove, Marrickville and Sans Souci. 

Life of luxury: It also boasts ­a gym, steam room, four-car garage, 400-bottle wine cellar and outdoor entertaining terrace

Life of luxury: It also boasts ­a gym, steam room, four-car garage, 400-bottle wine cellar and outdoor entertaining terrace


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