BetEasy co-founders offer $16m-plus Melbourne home

The Bromley Court block spreads 1225 square metres.

Ciara Griffiths, the wife of BetEasy co-founder Grant, who died in July, is selling a glamorous Toorak family home.

The contemporary Toorak home contains five bedrooms, two living rooms and a gym.

In Bromley Court, off Albany Road, opposite John Gandel’s Bedford mansion – between $16-$17 million is expected.

The pair paid mining executive Bryan Frost and his wife, Janice, $2.6m, in 2002.

Major renovations and extensions were undertaken two years later and in 2007.

BetEasy was rebranded CrownBet between 2015-2018.

Four years ago, the company was taken over by Sportsbet, a move which reaped the Griffiths’ $95.4m.

4 Bromley Court

On 1225 square metres, the Griffiths dwelling contains five bedrooms, separate office and den, a billiards room with a bar, cellar and standalone gym (story continues below).

An alfresco dining area overlooks a pool.

Marshall White’s Marcus Chiminello and Mandy Zhu are the agents.

The Bromley Court home includes an office (pictured) and den.

The campaign comes as the Beville family, of jeweller fame, listed a family home on 1620 sqm in nearby Whernside Avenue, with $23-$25m price hopes.

Also in the pocket this year, Rosie Lew, the ex-wife of businessman Solomon, is speculated to be paying $11.5m for a modest home on 795 sqm abutting her landmark Whernside mansion.

Asia based buyers meanwhile, picked up adjoining properties Little Milton, at 26 Albany Road, for $28m, and 1 Whernside Ave, from the Alfasi family ($33.5m).

Barbara Walker, the wife of late lord mayor and businessman Ron, sold in the area too – #55-57 Albany Rd fetched a rumoured $50m-plus in June.

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