Jordan De Goey: Pies star sells Hampton East first home

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No. 10B Acheron Court, Hampton East, has sold for between $1.6m-$1.69m.


Jordan De Goey has found a buyer for his Hampton East first home in a quiet deal after it passed in at auction last month.

The three-bedroom townhouse at 10B Acheron Court is understood have sold within its $1.6m-$1.69m price guide on May 4 a month after it was sent under the hammer.

Marshall White Bayside director Matthew Pillios would not comment on any details of the sale, but previously told Property Confidential the pad had “a really diverse nice floorplan”.

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Jordan De Goey is a free agent. (Photo by Russell Freeman/AFL Photos via Getty Images)


The Pies star has a keen interest in real estate.


De Goey previously said he had loved the contemporary build’s “timeless feel”.

The Magpies star is developing a block it is believed he will call home in Brighton East.

CoreLogic records show the 26-year-old paid $1.415m for the Hampton East property in 2017 and lived there before moving into AFL hub life when the pandemic hit.

Profits from the sale are likely to go into increasing his portfolio.

His manager Ryan Vague told Property Confidential of the controversial star’s interest in real estate when the home was listed in March.

“He has some close ties to some friends who have some interests in property development and it’s definitely something Jordan has taken upon and his footy career has given him the ability to do,” Mr Vague said.

A slick open-plan design.


The main bedroom upstairs.


The property features an open-plan layout with a potential fourth bedroom on the ground floor, and three including the main with walk-in robe and ensuite upstairs.

Collingwood is reportedly set to offer the controversial forward, who comes out of contract at the end of 2022, a “take it or leave it” deal, knowing there is a “cap”.

Gerard Whately told Fox’s AFL360 late last month money committed to Brodie Grundy and “top dollar paid for Darcy Moore” meant there was a limit to what it could offer De Goey.

It is believed rival clubs could be stumping up offers of up to $1m per season.

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No. 10B Acheron Court, Hampton East, has sold for between $1.6m-$1.69m.


Jordan De Goey has found a buyer for his Hampton East first home in a quiet deal after it passed in at auction last month.

The three-bedroom townhouse at 10B Acheron Court is understood have sold within its $1.6m-$1.69m price guide on May 4 a month after it was sent under the hammer.

Marshall White Bayside director Matthew Pillios would not comment on any details of the sale, but previously told Property Confidential the pad had “a really diverse nice floorplan”.

RELATED: Jordan De Goey: Magpie lists Hampton East first home

Jordan De Goey: Collingwood forward bags Aspendale apartment

Nadia Bartel shares plans to renovate her $3m period home

AFL Rd 5 - Brisbane v Collingwood

Jordan De Goey is a free agent. (Photo by Russell Freeman/AFL Photos via Getty Images)


The Pies star has a keen interest in real estate.


De Goey previously said he had loved the contemporary build’s “timeless feel”.

The Magpies star is developing a block it is believed he will call home in Brighton East.

CoreLogic records show the 26-year-old paid $1.415m for the Hampton East property in 2017 and lived there before moving into AFL hub life when the pandemic hit.

Profits from the sale are likely to go into increasing his portfolio.

His manager Ryan Vague told Property Confidential of the controversial star’s interest in real estate when the home was listed in March.

“He has some close ties to some friends who have some interests in property development and it’s definitely something Jordan has taken upon and his footy career has given him the ability to do,” Mr Vague said.

A slick open-plan design.


The main bedroom upstairs.


The property features an open-plan layout with a potential fourth bedroom on the ground floor, and three including the main with walk-in robe and ensuite upstairs.

Collingwood is reportedly set to offer the controversial forward, who comes out of contract at the end of 2022, a “take it or leave it” deal, knowing there is a “cap”.

Gerard Whately told Fox’s AFL360 late last month money committed to Brodie Grundy and “top dollar paid for Darcy Moore” meant there was a limit to what it could offer De Goey.

It is believed rival clubs could be stumping up offers of up to $1m per season.

Sign up to the Herald Sun Weekly Real Estate Update. Click here to get the latest Victorian property market news delivered direct to your inbox.

MORE: Victoria’s top 50 real estate agents

How sensitive is your suburb to interest rate rises?

Why you should buy in Broady

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