Travis Head and his girlfriend Jessica Davies purchase a lavish home for a whopping price in Adelaide

Travis Head and his girlfriend Jessica Davies purchase a lavish home for a whopping price in Adelaide
Travis Head and his girlfriend Jessica Davies | Twitter

Australian cricketer Travis Head has been dating homewares entrepreneur Jessica Davies for some time now. The couple recently decided to move their relationship to the next stage as they purchased a lavish home with panoramic views of the Adelaide skyline and the sea for $3.05 million.


The house, nestled in the Adelaide foothills, features four bedrooms, as well as another room which has the potential to be a fifth bedroom or an office/study room.

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There is a grand hallway that the guests will first witness upon their entry. This hallway then leads to the dining area as well as the formal living area. A small path will then be laid towards the open plan kitchen and dining area set-up. This then further leads to the home theatre.


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There is a superbly designed master suite along with a few modest-sized bedrooms.

The master suite also has a small study room and also gives a brilliant view of the Adelaide skyline and the sea.

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Meanwhile, the backyard features a beautifully landscaped garden, as well an impressive grass rooftop terrace that leads to the pool pavilion and gym.


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Travis already has two Adelaide properties in his property portfolio, one in the beachside suburb of Tennyson and the other in Kidman Park.

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