AFL Swans champion Paul Bevan to head north after Vaucluse sale

AFL Swans champion Paul Bevan to head north after Vaucluse sale
AFL Swans champion Paul Bevan to head north after Vaucluse sale

The former AFL Swans premiership player Paul Bevan and partner Hailey Douglas have sold their Sydney apartment and are heading to Queensland.

They sold the 1960's Vaucluse apartment, with ocean glimshes for $835,000.

Ray White Double Bay selling agent James Keenan had $775,000 hopes for the top floor, two bedroom apartment.

The couple bought the north facing Military Road property for $570,000 in 2009.

Paul's retirement from the Sydney Swans prompted the pair to lease the property in 2012 as they moved to Perth.

Paul played for the Perth Demons in the Western Australia Football League for two years before heading back to Sydney where he was briefly an assistant coach at his former Western Suburbs junior sixde.

In 2005 he played in the Swan's first premiership win in 72 years. Bevan was called into the Swans' team three weeks out from the grand final, the last change coach Paul Roos made in the lead up to Sydney's four-point grand final victory.

His father, Graham, played for Canterbury, his grandfather and great grandfather played for the Roosters.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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