Sydney Swan Callum Mills buys Paddington terrace home

Sydney Swan Callum Mills buys Paddington terrace home
Sydney Swan Callum Mills buys Paddington terrace home

Young Sydney Swan Callum Mills has climbed his first step on the property ladder with a purchase in Paddington, where he has paid $1.74 million for a classic Victorian terrace.

It is a short walk from the SCG where the Swans play their first home game of the season on March 29 against the Adelaide Crows.

The 21-year-old defender, who missed most of last season due to suffering a broken foot in a freak accident after training, snapped the home up in 19 days, well before its scheduled, late 2018 auction.

Renovated since it last traded for $1.29 million in 2015, the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom behind its palm-filled front courtyard and traditionally tiled veranda.

Sydney Swan Callum Mills buys Paddington terrace home

It has separate living and dining rooms, both with original fireplaces. The kitchen opens to a courtyard with dining terrace and veggie and herb garden.

Belle Property Bondi Junction agent Zach Carter sold the home to Mills, who was fast-tracked into the Swans leadership team over the break.

Mills and partner Tiffany Browne walked the Great Wall of China over the summer break, and took a trip to Palm Island on the Great Barrier Reef.

Mills was drafted by the Swans as their first pick in the 2015 draft and had been renting in Paddington with the recently delisted Dan Robinson. 

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

 

 

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