Anthony Condon: Dual premiership Hawk lists Gardenvale home

Dual Hawks premiership player Anthony Condon has listed his picture-perfect Gardenvale property.

The ‘80s and ‘90s footy champ has $1.85-$2 million price hopes for his family home at 47 Gardenvale Rd.

Marshall White Bayside agent Kate Strickland said the four-bedroom property had been a labour of love for the retired footballer.

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47 Gardenvale Rd, Gardenvale is for sale.

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Anthony Condon in action.

“Anthony is a builder now and this is a property he’s recreated and renovated,” Ms Strickland said.

“He’s lived there with his family and it’s where he brought up two girls.”

CoreLogic records show the property previously changed hands for $940,000 in 2013.

The ex-footballer renovated the modern home.

The mantelpiece shows off some memories from the Hawks.

Since then, an modern open living domain that flows to a large backyard with an entertainment zone and pool has been created.

A contemporary kitchen, main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, and two other living zones feature across the expansive home.

The 145-game midfielder won premierships with Hawthorn in 1989 and 1991. He was the first player to wear the No. 3 guernsey after Leigh Matthews.

A luxe kitchen in the living domain.

A pool and low-maintenance entertainment area at the back.

After hanging up the boots, Condon started his own building company AC Building Vic.

Ms Strickland said the family enjoyed renovating the period home and were “excited to do it all again”.

“He doesn’t normally stay in the same spot for so long, but I think they’ve found it hard to let go of the location,” she said.

“I think they plan to move closer to their children’s school, as they enter their last few years of education.”

It’s the only property in Gardenvale on the market.

There are four bedrooms inside.

Young families filled the property during its first open for inspection, Ms Strickland added.

The Gardenvale home is the only property listed in the southeastern suburb, according to realestate.com.au. It’s set to head under the hammer on March 14.

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