Despite repeated attempts to repair their marriage, the Surrey batsman, 40, admitted they had not lived together for the past six months.
Court papers said the marriage had 'broken down irretrievably' and Mrs Ramprakash had 'behaved in such a way that the petitioner cannot reasonably be expected to live with the respondent'.
It is a five-bedroom home in Northwood, but prices have done very well over the past decade even despite the recent dip.
I'm sure now it's worth twice what we paid and due to the divorce we're thinking of selling it.
Some years ago I knew a fellow player at Surrey Cricket club who had not taken enough interest in his accounts.
Neither Mr or Mrs Ramprakash were in court today for the brief hearing, but released a joint statement earlier this year: 'They are both sad about this and are agreeing an amicable parting.Mark Ravin Ramprakash, MBE (born 5 September 1969) is a former English cricketer.A right-handed batsman, he initially made his name playing for Middlesex, and was selected for England aged 21.He played his first match for Middlesex aged just 17, scoring 63 not out against Yorkshire, and top-scoring with 71 in his second match against Essex at Chelmsford (he was still a sixth-form student at the time).He scored his maiden first-class century at Headingley against Yorkshire in 1989, and captained the England U-19 team.Despite being among the most gifted and heavily scoring English batsman of his generation at county level, he rarely performed to his full potential during a long but intermittent international career.He became a particularly prolific run scorer when he moved to Surrey in 2001, averaging over 100 runs per innings in two successive seasons (2006 & 2007).Police arrived and she was arrested and later charged with assault by beating.Prosecutor Harry Snook told the court: “At the time, the defendant was alcohol dependant and had been drinking that day.That's a hard one to answer because I'm generally a very cautious buyer so it's unusual for me to buy something I don't want – I'll even go from shop to shop to make sure a particular purchase is right.Soon after we moved into our house I bought a lawnmower for about £200 and that wasn't a particularly good decision because I only used it about five times.