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Fantasy Friday: AFL players’ properties



Ever wondered what the pillows looks like which footy players place their heads on at night? The fridge they open to get the milk for their protein shake? The coffee table they rest their size 13 feet on? In light of this weekend’s footy grand finals, we present a wrap up of the homes belonging to some of AFL’s heavy weights.

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jordanHawthorn footballer, Jordan Lewis, recently sold this two-bedroom Victorian cottage for $1.1 million located in Melbourne’s Hawthorn East. For more photos click here.

 

 

 

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jarrydThe Hawthorn vice-captain and premiership winning star, Jarryd Roughead, recently sold his Burwood home for $765,000- one he purchased in 2006 for $525, 000.

 

 

 

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buddy1Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, the former Hawk turned Sydney Swan, sold his contemporary Brighton East house for an undisclosed price in 2014 although it had a $1.6- 1.7 mil price guide.

 

 

 

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danielSydney Swans player Daniel Hannebery sold his North Bondi home at auction in 2014  for $2,203,000.

 

 

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chrisRecently retired Carlton player, Chris Judd, knows the benefits of being married to an interior design guru like Bec Judd, as evidenced by their Balinese inspired property in Brighton, Melbourne.

 

 

 

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manHawks player, Grant Birchall, sold his apartment in Hawthown East in 2014 at auction for an undisclosed price.

 

 

 

 

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