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AFL: Shaun Burgoyne puts his Bentleigh East home on the market

Hawthorn footy legend Shaun Burgoyne puts his cosy Bentleigh East home on the market


AFL superstar Shaun Burgoyne is selling his family home in Bentleigh East after moving back to South Australia to be closer to his family.

The house on 4 Kadir St is scheduled to go to auction on Friday, November 3, with a price guide of between $1.65million and $1.75million, reports realestate.com.au.

The four-time premiership player, 39, and his wife, Amy, listed the property after the family decided to move back to Adelaide following the Hawthorn great’s retirement earlier this year.

The archetypal family home: AFL superstar Shaun Burgoyne is selling his family home in Bentleigh East after moving back to South Australia to be closer to his family

‘We have a lot of good memories there,’ said the all-rounder, who is regarded as one of the AFL’s most respected and decorated players. 

He reminisced about the friendliness of the community, the neighbourhood barbecues and nearby parks where their kids played. 

‘Everyone was so nice and welcoming. We loved that it was in walking distance to the kids’ schools and shops,’ he continued. 

'A lot of good memories': The house on 4 Kadir St is scheduled to go to auction on November 3, with a price guide of between $1.65million and $1.75million, reports realestate.com.au

‘A lot of good memories’: The house on 4 Kadir St is scheduled to go to auction on November 3, with a price guide of between $1.65million and $1.75million, reports realestate.com.au

Inclusions: There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a car port for three vehicles

Inclusions: There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a car port for three vehicles

The Burgoynes bought the contemporary home in November 2016 for $1.46million.

There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a car port for three vehicles.

The house also includes a glimmering stone kitchen, high ceilings, a stylish lounge, spacious indoor-outdoor living, private study, double-shower ensuite, fitted laundry, undercover deck and powder room. 

It is also conveniently located close to parks, school, cafés and restaurants. 

Ideal location: It is conveniently located close to parks, school, cafés and restaurants

Ideal location: It is conveniently located close to parks, school, cafés and restaurants

Jellis Craig’s Nick Renna described the property as a ‘really good family home’.

‘It’s pretty much got everything from a family perspective; it ticks all the boxes,’ Mr Renna said.

Burgoyne played more than 400 games for Port Adelaide and Hawthorn across a stellar 19-year career.

He made 35 finals appearances and won four premierships: for Port in 2004, and for the Hawks in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

The home is scheduled to go to auction on Friday, November 3.

Career: Burgoyne, regarded as one of the AFL's most respected and decorated players, played more than 400 games for Port Adelaide and Hawthorn across a stellar 19-year career

Career: Burgoyne, regarded as one of the AFL’s most respected and decorated players, played more than 400 games for Port Adelaide and Hawthorn across a stellar 19-year career

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