Melbourne midfielder James Harmes rents Windsor apartment
Melbourne tough nut James Harmes has rented out his Windsor apartment just off Chapel St, through his former teammate’s agency.
The talented tagger was seeking tenants for the two-bedroom pad, a few doors down from the station and vibrant stretch, and it was rented for $550 per week before it was listed online this week.
CoreLogic records show the 2012-built property on the first floor of the boutique Monda development at 106/152 Peel St sold for $535,000 in November 2016.
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The apartment has an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, private balcony and two bathrooms.
Former Demon Bernie Vince and Charlie Clemons’ Pride is managing the property — as the agency is for another ex-Dees teammate, Jack Watts, who has rented two townhouses he built in Edithvale.
Harmes grew up in Clyde, 10 minutes from Cranbourne in Melbourne’s outer southeast, on 20ha which was used, in part, to make chicken feed for Ingham’s.
“My driveway is four lanes wide and the trucks would come in and pick up the chicken feed and take them to the farms,” he told the
as the Dees charged into last September.
The 2014 rookie draft selection was a key contributor in Melbourne’s 2018 finals surge.
His family of six includes his mum and dad, older brother Patrick, older sister Emily and younger brother Jack.
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