Bomber Dyson Heppell sells in Moonee Ponds

Bomber Dyson Heppell sells in Moonee Ponds
Bomber Dyson Heppell sells in Moonee Ponds

The Essendon midfielder Dyson Heppell sold his Moonee Ponds house after its weekend auction.

It was his renovation project spent during his year banned from football.

A $2.65 million sale was secured for the 1910 house which the 24-year-old transformed while serving his AFL doping ban,

The property had been bought in September 2015 for $1.74 million with Heppell naming it Albertus after his grandfather..

The selling agent Rebecca Towns of Brad Teal had been quoting $2.5 million to $2.65 million for the four-bedroom home.

 

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