The Wimbledon Heights home where John Leslie Coombes killed Nicole Godfrey in 2009 is for sale.
The asking price – $269,000 – is below market, according the sources.
Three Terry Crescent has also been renovated.
Two years ago it was rented to Ms Godfrey, the partner of Melbourne-based Coombes, who this week pleaded guilty to the crime. He was on parole.
The Wimbledon Heights murder isn’t Phillip Island’s highest-profile.
On the night of September 22/23, 1986, a coroner ruled that two locals – Vivienne Cameron, 36, and Beth Barnard, 23, died.
The former – whose body has never been found – was the wife of Fergus Cameron; they co-owned and were restoring the valuable Phillip Island Racetrack, which in 2004 sold to Lindsay Fox.
Postscript: in 2020, a 10-part Casefile Presents series about Vivienne Cameron’s disappearance – link here – was published on Spotify.