PHOTO: Anthony Koletti. FILE

The husband of Sydney fraudster Melissa Caddick has officially vacated the couple’s luxury mansion in eastern Sydney.

Anthony Koletti was ordered by the Federal Court earlier this month to move out of the 5-bedroom Dover Heights home by May 18.

The house is set to be sold by liquidators to help pay back some of the $23 million that Caddick swindled out of investors through her Ponzi scheme.

Caddick and Mr Koletti lived in the home together from 2014 — when Caddick purchased the property for $6.2 million — until the fraudster’s presumed death in 2020.

Mr Koletti told the court the property was now estimated to be worth $15-$17 million.

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Anthony Koletti was ordered to leave the luxury mansion in Sydney’s eastern suburbs owned by his late wife before her disappearance. (Supplied)
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Mr Koletti claimed his financial and non-financial contributions to the household meant he was entitled to parts of his late wife’s assets. (Facebook: Anthony Koletti)

In a statement released on Thursday, Jones Partners, the receivers and liquidators of Caddick’s assets, confirmed they had taken possession of the vacant house.

“We are in the process of preparing the property for sale and undertaking a selection process to appoint a real estate agent(s) to market the property,” Jones Partners principal Bruce Gleeson said.

“We anticipate strong interest in the Dover Heights Property given the feedback we have received to date”

But Caddick’s victims are not the only people hoping to receive a cut of the money from the sale of her extensive assets.

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Melissa Caddick disappeared in November 2020.(Supplied)



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