PHOTOS: Tech billionaire and Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes is selling the first home he ever bought

Mike Cannon-Brooke’s first home. Photo: Supplied.

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes is selling the first home he ever bought, in Sydney’s inner west.

The tech billionaire has listed his Lilyfield residence which he bought at the age of 24 — only two years after he and business partner Scott Farquhar teamed up to create software company Atlassian.

The three-bedroom converted warehouse comes with a rooftop deck and is expected to sell for $1.4 million when it goes on auction on June 11.

Earlier last year, Cannon-Brookes listed his warehouse mansion in Paddington for $9 million and sold it for around $10.5 million.

He is currently residing in a 1918-era mansion in Centennial Park with his family which he bought for $12 million.

Cannon-Brookes’ first home is being listed with William Phillips and Lincoln Westerman of BresicWhitney.

Here’s a closer look inside the property.

Mike Cannon-Brookes bought his first home in Sydney's inner west for $840,000 in 2004. He was only 24 years old at the time.

He opted for a converted warehouse spanning 173 square metres which is located 5 kilometres away from Sydney's CBD.

The property comes with three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms as well as a parking space. There is also a rooftop view deck with views of the city skyline.

Cannon-Brookes is currently living with his family in a $12 million mansion in Centennial Park after selling his Paddington warehouse for an estimated $10.5 million.

His Lilyfield house will go to auction on June 11 with a buyer's guide of $1.4 million.

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