AFL star Toby Greene is selling his Drummoyne residence as he and his partner, Georgia Stirton, anticipate the arrival of their first child.
The GWS captain acquired the two-bedroom Federation-style semi-detached home on Thompson St for $1.84 million three years ago, according to realestate.com.au.
The purchase occurred around the same time the AFL player extended his contract with the Giants for six years.
The property, known for its charming bayside appeal, is scheduled for auction on November 18 with a guide price of $1.9 million.
Real estate agents Mia Fredrix and Matthew Hayson from Cobden & Hayson are handling the sale.
The house, occupying a 220sq m block, features a layout with two bedrooms at the front, followed by a bathroom and dining area, leading to a kitchen and living space that opens onto a rear brick courtyard.
According to the listing description, Greene has made no significant alterations to the house since its purchase.
The home offers intimate views of Iron Cove Bay and is marketed under the allure of its bayside charm.
In Drummoyne, the median house price stands at $2.6 million, but two-bedroom homes like Greene’s have seen an average sale price of $1.75 million over the past year, as reported by PropTrack.
Since its listing, Greene’s property has garnered more than 1300 page views.
Georgia Stirton, Greene’s partner, works in people and culture coordination at MLC School Sydney.
Both Stirton and Greene are alumni of Wesley College in Melbourne.
This year, following an exceptional season with the Giants, Greene was honoured as the All Australian captain, marking a first for a GWS player.
Property transactions among GWS players have been minimal this year, with the last notable purchase being that of Greene’s former co-captain Stephen Coniglio in Mosman late last year.
Coniglio invested $2.9 million in a 1940s duplex and recently announced his own impending parenthood with wife Rebecca Demlakian.