The former home of Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge has been listed for .5 million to .2 million

The former home of Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge has been listed for $7.5 million to $8.2 million

Spectacular three storey mansion once owned by Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge and is listed for a staggering US$7.5-8.2 million

The former home of Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge has hit the market for a stunning list price of $7.5-$8.2 million.

The sprawling three storey mansion in Melbourne’s Brighton has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Woodbridge lived in the magnificent French chateau-style home before the current owners bought it ten years ago, reports the Herald Sun.

The former home of Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge has hit the market for a stunning list price of $7.5-$8.2 million

The architecture, designed by Rob Mills, is a throwback to four centuries of European elegance.

Highlights include a mansard slate roof and use of French oak, cast iron and Venetian plasterwork.

New visitors are greeted by a grand entrance hall with double-height ceilings and a grand sweeping staircase.

Additional features include ivy draped French doors leading to a private garden and ducted heating, a must for Melbourne’s cold winters.

Channel Nine sports commentator and tennis star Woodbridge (pictured) lived in the glorious sprawl before the current owners bought it ten years ago

Channel Nine sports commentator and tennis star Woodbridge (pictured) lived in the glorious sprawl before the current owners bought it ten years ago

There is also an al fresco terrace with a 16 meter solar heated pool and a provincial inspired kitchen fitted with custom cabinetry and natural wood countertops.

The master suite has its own private balcony and spans the full width of the upper floor, as well as an en-suite bathroom and underfloor heating.

The vast estate, named Chantilly, also contains a basement theatre, cellar and two powder rooms.

The amazing kitchen with natural wood and cabinets

The amazing kitchen with natural wood and cabinets

The sprawling home in Melbourne's Brighton has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.  Image: One of several dining areas

The sprawling home in Melbourne’s Brighton has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Image: One of several dining areas

Highlights include a mansard slate roof and the use of French oak, cast iron and Venetian stucco throughout: A formal library dining area

Highlights include a mansard slate roof and the use of French oak, cast iron and Venetian stucco throughout: A formal library dining area

The garden is now equipped with an automatic irrigation system.

Woodbridge is currently a sports commentator for Channel Nine and rose to fame as a doubles champion with partner Mark Woodforde.

The pair, nicknamed “The Woodies,” won 11 Grand Slam events.

Woodbridge rose to fame as a double champion with partner Mark Woodforde.  The pair, nicknamed

Woodbridge rose to fame as a double champion with partner Mark Woodforde. The pair, nicknamed “The Woodies,” won 11 Grand Slam events. Pictured: Woodbridge in 2022