Brendon Goddard sells Richmond townhouse site

Brendon Goddard sells Richmond townhouse site
Brendon Goddard sells Richmond townhouse site

Weekend auction sales included a 410 sqm Richmond warehouse style development site at $2 million.

The former 1910 stables were offloaded by a syndicate that included Essendon captain Brendon Goddard, creative designer Jayden Zernich and Jennifer Brookes.

The 19-21 Farmer Street premises (above) dated back to the days of John Wren's Richmond trotting racecourse which operated until the mid-1930s.

Goddard and his co-owners secured planning approval for two three bedroom townhouses after they bought the Investment property in April 2014 for $1.36 million. 

But the Western Bulldogs chief operating officer Michael Quinn couldn't sell his Fitzroy terrace, with the three bedroom home passed in on a $2.2 million vendor bid.

Vader House at 258 Napier St was transformed by award-winning architect Andrew Maynard about five years ago having been bought in 2005 at $618,000.

It is now listed for $2.5 million. 

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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