Jason Cloke sells Williamstown home before auction

Jason Cloke sells Williamstown home before auction
Jason Cloke sells Williamstown home before auction

Former Collingwood player Jason Cloke and wife Nicole have sold their Williamstown home before its weekend auction.

The couple, who are moving their family to Queensland, had $3.03 million to $3.2 million hopes for the contemporary home that Jason renovated himself.

They had paid $1,565,000 in 2015 for the traditional 1910 Victorian cottage that now has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a state of the art kitchen.

Cloke added a second level dedicated solely to the master retreat.

The rear pool has been extended and is now solar and gas heated.

There's a two hole putting green adjoining the man cave in the four car garage.

Greg Hocking Elly Partners agents Leigh Melbourne and Wayne Elly secured the pre-auction sale.

Cloke, who now runs a carpentry business, spent four years with Collingwood, following in the footsteps of their father David Cloke who was also a Richmond star. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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