Cameron Cloke house: former Magpie and Blue selling in St Helena
Ex-Collingwood and Carlton forward Cameron Cloke is booting the nest he recently renovated in Melbourne’s north.
The 34-year-old, who also played for Port Adelaide, has listed his transformed four-bedroom house at 24 Yaralla Cres in St Helena with a $980,000-$1.06 million price guide.
Cloke said he rendered the facade, extended the front porch and updated the floorboards and carpet inside.
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He also added a walk-in wardrobe, new bathroom and kitchen to the property he bought early last year.
“I’ve loved living in this location and it’s such a beautiful home to live in now that we’ve finished it,” Cloke said.
“But we’re selling to do it all again. We can never stay put in one spot and we enjoy renovating and moving around quite regularly.”
The footballer lived at the address with his partner Tenille and three children Jacob, Charlotte and Willow.
He now runs a carpentry business, Cam Cloke Carpentry, and also plays in the Northern Football League for North Heidelberg.
Cloke has helped refresh properties owned by his brothers, former Collingwood stars Travis and Jason, who also made property plays in the past year.
Jason sold his flash Williamstown pad for $3.2 million late last year. He told the Herald Sun that Cameron and their dad David, a 333-game Richmond and Collingwood legend, helped renovate it.
The family also gave a helping hand to premiership forward Travis on his spectacular Kangaroo Ground property.
The All-Australian player’s house hit the market in October last year but was taken off the market after the family decided to stay.
Jellis Craig Eltham agent John Le Gros said Cloke’s modern Hamptons-style house had luxury features throughout.
“The new purchasers will be able to walk in and unpack with nothing to do to the home other than tend to the garden … and even then the garden is low maintenance,” Mr Le Gros said.
“And the kids have acres of parkland at the rear of the home to let off steam.”
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