AFL legend Luke Hodge lists his Melbourne home for $3.1 million after moving permanently to Brisbane
AFL legend Luke Hodge’s lists his sprawling five-bedroom Melbourne home for $3.1 million after moving to Brisbane
He moved to Brisbane in 2018 after switching AFL clubs from Hawthorn to Brisbane.
And now Luke Hodge is making the move permanent, with the 37-year-old athlete offering his Glen Iris family home for a price guide of $2.9 million to $3.1 million.
The five-bedroom, two-bathroom house will be auctioned on October 30.
Family Man: Luke Hodge is making his move to Brisbane permanent, with the 37-year-old athlete listing his home in Glen Iris for a price guide of $2.9 million to $3.1 million. Pictured with wife Lauren and sons Cooper, Chase and Leo
Former Hawthorn captain and wife Lauren bought the house in 2009.
It features a backyard pool and sauna, an outdoor BBQ area and a study.
The four-time premiership winner told realestate.com.au that “as an AFL player you can’t go out that much and that barbecue alfresco area is where we’ve had many family dinners and many teammates and their families over the years.” .’
Spacious: The five-bedroom, two-bathroom house goes up for auction on October 30
Sad to say goodbye: Former Hawthorn captain and wife Lauren bought the house in 2009
Real estate agent Damien Davis told the website that the Hodges are “great entertainers.”
“Their families are from the country, so they were always there, as were footballers and teammates.”
Hodge made his debut with Hawthorn in 2002 and became the club’s captain before moving to the Brisbane Lions.
Modern conveniences: It features a backyard pool and sauna, an outdoor BBQ area and a study
The Entertainers: Realtor Damien Davis told website the Hodges are ‘great entertainers’
The AFL great has won two Norm Smith medals during his illustrious career and has been named to the All-Australian team three times.
In 2019, he hung up his boots.
Luke and Lauren share four boys: Cooper, Chase, Leo and Tanner.
Legend: The AFL great won two Norm Smith medals during his illustrious career and was named to the All-Australian team three times