Emily Seebohm’s former residence is set to put the hottest market on record

Emily Seebohm at one of her favorite vacation spots, the Gold Coast's Main Beach.

Emily Seebohm at one of her favorite vacation spots, the Gold Coast's Main Beach.

Emily Seebohm has emerged victorious following her bitter divorce from Mitch Larkin – with their former love nest now solely in her name and a former investment set to re-test the market.

While property records indicate the couple purchased a Hendra house on Mein Street for $1.375 million in 2017, it appears as though the star couple has worked out their differences following their split, with only Ms Seebohm’s name appearing on CoreLogic records.

Emily Seebohm competing in the Women’s 200m Backstroke Final on the third day of the 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup Tokyo.

Ms Seebohm – who sold her investment property at 36 Flemington Street in Hendra a year after the dramatic split – will soon discover how much more she may have acquired, as the home is scheduled to go under the hammer this weekend.

Ms Seebohm used the three-bedroom family home as a savvy investment in a high-demand suburb.

Ms Seebohm sold the Flemington Street residence for $790,000 – $220,000 more than she paid in 2012.

The property has generated a healthy rental income, with rents hovering around $620 per week two years ago.

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