Paddy Dangerfield upgrades Moggs Creek homes

Paddy Dangerfield upgrades Moggs Creek homes
Paddy Dangerfield upgrades Moggs Creek homes

The champion AFL midfielder Paddy Dangerfield and wife, Mardi Harwood have upgraded houses on the Surf Coast following his move to Geelong from Adelaide.

Their $2.08 million acquisition is in his home town of Moggs Creek where he initially bought in 2012 for $850,000. The redundant property was recently offloaded at $1.25 million.

Not far from the Great Ocean Road, the new acquistion is a two storey 1980s home that sits on a substantial 1500 sqm dress circle block, with a track to the long beach directly opposite.

The Dangerfield family have been at Moggs Creek, located between Airleys Inlet and Lorne south west of Melbourne, since the early 1960s.

Great Ocean Properties agent Marty Maher secured the sale for the Freake family who paid $26,000 for the block in 1983. The four bedroom, two bathroom home has open fireplaces on each level. 

Dangerfield retains his Henley Beach, Adelaide home which cost $605,000 in 2010.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section.

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