Karen Ristevski's Melbourne Home Has Been Put Up For Rent
The family home of murdered mother Karen Ristevski in Avondale Heights has been put up for rent by her husband and leading suspect in her murder, Borce Ristevski.
The five-bedroom "luxury" home is the last place that Ms Ristevski was seen alive in June 2016 and now it has been advertised on a rental website for $900 a week.
It is believed that Borce Ristevski put the home up for lease in order to save up some extra cash. The home has been advertised as "unsurpassed luxury and city views" and the accompanying images show a spacious interior and large backyard.
"With it's vast interior and designer details throughout, this landmark home provides an idyllic indoor and outdoor lifestyle along with arguably the most spectacular outlook in the entire suburb," the listing reads.
"The home's free-flowing design highlights four upstairs bedrooms (huge master WIR and spa ensuite), stylish main bathroom and open study that opens up to a balcony with magnificent city views."
This comes as Mr Ristevski was named as a suspect in Ms Ristevski's death earlier this year, despite consistently denying any involvement.