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Australian rapper 360 lists his Melbourne investment property for $737,000

Australian rapper 360 hopes for a tidy profit as he lists his Melbourne investment property for $737,000

He purchased an apartment in Melbourne shortly after winning Best Independent Hip Hop Album at the AIR Awards in 2012.

And Aussie hip hop artist 360, whose real name is Matthew James Colwell, is now ready to sell the property and move on. 

The Price of Fame hitmaker has owned the investment property for seven years after buying it for $680,000. 

Moving on: Aussie rapper 360 is selling the Melbourne apartment he first purchased in 2012

Moving on: Aussie rapper 360 is selling the Melbourne apartment he first purchased in 2012 

Modern: The asking price for the Port Melbourne property is between $670,000 and $737,000

Modern: The asking price for the Port Melbourne property is between $670,000 and $737,000

With an asking price of between $670,000 and $737,000, the Port Melbourne listing is expected to attract plenty of buyers. 

The modern two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment boasts impressive views of Melbourne’s CBD and the Bolte Bridge. 

Real estate agent Adrian Wood told the Herald Sun: ‘It’s in a great location in a five-storey complex that’s one block back from Bay St and 150m to the beach.’

‘We’ve had no rappers looking that I’m aware of, but they are all fast talkers,’ he said. 

Spacious living: Real estate agent Adrian Wood told the Herald Sun, 'It's in a great location in a five-storey complex that's one block back from Bay St and 150m to the beach'

Spacious living: Real estate agent Adrian Wood told the Herald Sun, ‘It’s in a great location in a five-storey complex that’s one block back from Bay St and 150m to the beach’

360 released his four-time platinum hit Boys Like You with Ruby Rose in 2011. That same year, his LP Falling & Flying reach No. 4 in the ARIA Albums Chart.

He has also collaborated with the likes of Silverchair’s Daniel Johns, Josh Pyke, Pez and Lunar C in the past.  

City living: The home boasts impressive views of Melbourne's CBD and the Bolte Bridge

City living: The home boasts impressive views of Melbourne’s CBD and the Bolte Bridge

In 2015, the musician overdosed on codeine and was forced to cancel his tour while seeking treatment for addiction.

Two years later, he opened up about his battle with bipolar disorder and released his comeback single ‘Vintage Modern’. 

Bargain! The rapper purchased the property as an investment for $680,000 seven years ago

Bargain! The rapper purchased the property as an investment for $680,000 seven years ago

Daily Mail UK

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