AFL young gun Isaac Heeney makes first property purchase in Booragul

AFL young gun Isaac Heeney makes first property purchase in Booragul
AFL young gun Isaac Heeney makes first property purchase in Booragul

Sydney Swan young gun Isaac Heeney has settled on his first property purchase.

The energetic midfielder has not strayed too far from his beloved Newcastle upbringing in securing his Investment Property.

He's paid $600,000 for a home in Booragul, only 100 metres from the edge of Lake Macquarie.

Heeney went under the knife during the pre-season when it was discovered he had cartilage damage in his knee. 

He's only recently began training again.

The three bedroom home on 750 sqm is most likely a knockdown, but Heeney firstly found a tenant at $435 a week securing a tidy 3.75 percent yield.

A covered entertaining area features a built-in barbecue.

Lake views looking across towards Speers Point will be better if he goes up a storey.

The Booragal median house price sits at $553,000, according to CoreLogic.

Heeney was back in the region recently, returning to answers questions from students at his former school, the All Saints College in Maitland.

His twitter account advises he's a "Newcastle boy living in the big smoke!"

After finishing school Heeney admitted without the Swans academy he would have turned to rugby league as he was the only student throughout his school who played AFL.

Heeney made his debut in the first round of the 2015 season in triumphant fashion, kicking the match-winning goal after a third quarter 41 deficit against Essendon.

Heeney joins a club that has typically pumped its salaries into coastal eastern suburbs property.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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