Women's AFL pioneer Debbie Lee lists Pascoe Vale home

Women's AFL pioneer Debbie Lee lists Pascoe Vale home
Women's AFL pioneer Debbie Lee lists Pascoe Vale home

Debbie Lee, the Western Bulldogs' general manager of women's football and VFL women's coach, has listed the house she built in Pascoe Vale.

Lee built the two storey home in 2010 and is asking for offers between $940,000 to $1 million for its December 9 auction.

Set on over 400 sqm, the Tangyes Street home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an outdoor deck.

The backyard bar nods to Lee's ownership, with signed jersey's hanging from the walls and a plate above the bar with 'Lee' written (below)

Women's AFL pioneer Debbie Lee lists Pascoe Vale home

Rebecca Towns at Brad Teal Pascoe Vale South is marketing the home.

Lee is a pioneer of women’s football and was a key architect in building the Demons, where she joined the Dogs from, in AFLW01.

 

 

 

 

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