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Andrew Bogut: Basketball champ defends Beaumaris mansion plans

Basketball star Andrew Bogut has hit back at claims his Beaumaris mega mansion would destroy precious coastal habitat.

The ex-NBA player used Twitter to say it was “a little concerning to be feeling like a criminal” for returning to his home city and attempting to build his dream home, after his extravagant property plans came under fire from the Beaumaris Conservationist Society.

The basketballer submitted plans to Bayside Council for a three-storey mansion that includes a swimming pool, half-sized basketball court, gym, sauna, massage room, rooftop terrace and a basement with a home cinema, cellar and car stacker that fits 16 vehicles.

RELATED: Andrew Bogut $5m Beach Rd mansion plans upsets conservationists

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