Jockey Damien Oliver sells in Port Melbourne

Jockey Damien Oliver sells in Port Melbourne
Jockey Damien Oliver sells in Port Melbourne

Champion jockey Damien Oliver has sold his home in Port Melbourne’s Beacon Cove precinct for $2,198,000.

The three-time Melbourne Cup winner bought the abode at 98 Beach Street at 1997 auction as Mirvac began constructing the now well-established village. It cost $540,500.

Oliver’s three-bedroom plus study had been tipped to fetch more than $1.8 million through Marshall White agent Michael Paproth at weekend auction.

The two storey offering includes an indoor sauna and spa room, perfect for Oliver who last week won his 10th Melbourne Jockeys’ Premiership with 60 winners.

He will miss the first Group 1 race of the current season, the Memsie Stakes, after being suspended for 11 meetings last week.

His backyard includes another spa and a putting green.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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