Former Hawthorn Premiership participant Brent Guerra is promoting the Highett home the place he has celebrated a number of particular occasions along with his household and teammates, together with Luke Hodge and Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin.
Guerra started his profession with Port Adelaide earlier than transferring to St Kilda and later Hawthorn, logging 25 possessions within the membership’s 2008’s Grand Remaining.
He retired following his second Premiership with the Hawks in 2013, after sustaining a hamstring harm the earlier yr.
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Guerra mentioned that earlier than his three-bedroom home at 1/9 Sandford St was styled for its sale marketing campaign, he had Premiership group pictures and different soccer memorabilia on show.
He and his Hawthorn teammates usually hung out on the north-facing yard’s massive timber deck, shaded by palm timber.
“All of the boys got here round and we used to get pleasure from one another’s firm and have fun after a sport,” Guerra mentioned.
“Hodgy (Luke Hodge) was at all times round and Buddy (Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin) within the early days.
“The massive entertaining space is sweet to have individuals over, for youths to run round on the garden and kick a soccer.”
Guerra’s sons Jack and Billie, who are actually aged seven and 5 – and each staunch Hawthorn supporters – have loved birthdays within the house, together with Christmas and New Years events.
“The situation is nice, Southland purchasing centre is simply down the highway and the Highett Rd outlets, new eating places and bars not too distant,” Guerra mentioned.
“It’s near the seashore and you’ll take the children there.”
Since buying the property in 2003, he has upgraded the 2 bogs, the kitchen and dwelling space.
“Lately we put in new carpet, painted in and out and landscaped the backyard within the final month,” Guerra mentioned.
Different highlights embrace the entrance backyard’s picket fence and rose bushes, a vine-shaded undercover sitting space off one of many bedrooms, laundry amenities in a toilet and a lockup storage.
Marshall White Bayside director Matthew Pillios described the home as “a single-level nice entertainer” best for households, downsizers and retirees who get pleasure from having loads of room for his or her grandchildren to go to.
The house might be auctioned February 9 with a $1.02m-$1.085m asking vary.
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