The 2020 AFL season is perhaps over however that hasn’t stopped former Adelaide Crow Brad Crouch from kicking objectives off-field.
The midfielder has offered his Kidman Park home at public sale, simply weeks after his extremely publicised transfer to Victoria to play for St Kilda subsequent yr was introduced.
The four-bedroom home at 4 Sydney Avenue was snapped up below the hammer for $647,500 on Saturday afternoon.
Ray White Henley Seashore principal Anthony Fahey, who marketed the property with Samuel Parsons, stated six registered bidders vied for the keys earlier than a crowd of about 50 to 60 individuals.
“Bidding began at $600,000,” he stated.
“A younger first-home purchaser trying to transfer in in some unspecified time in the future or redevelop it purchased it.”
He stated Crouch was “fairly completely satisfied” with the end result.
Crouch, who’s from Ballarat and made his Adelaide debut in 2013, purchased the house about 5 years in the past interested in its measurement, location and potential.
“It’s 730sqm and I’ve beloved how large it’s,” he stated earlier this month.
“Its location between town and the ocean is nice. I used to be a few five-minute drive to the footy membership, so it was the right location for me.”
He and associate Brittany Kennedy renovated the kitchen, bogs and two rear rooms to remodel it into an entertainer’s delight, which his teammates have additionally loved through the years.
“We’ve had heaps of various events through the years and had a heap of the gamers round,” he stated.
“It truly is an entertainer’s home.”