Brisbane triple-premiership participant and former coach Justin Leppitsch has kicked objectives in his first post-football property enterprise, promoting out his Langwarrin growth.
5 of the six townhouses, at 170 North Highway, have been snagged previous to their November completion date, with Leppitsch preserving the sixth for himself.
The properties offered for between $600,000 and $629,500.
However the Lions nice, who left his assistant teaching position with 2020 premiers Richmond final 12 months, admits he practically gave up on the challenge throughout the downturn of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s been a raft of feelings,” Leppitsch advised Property Confidential.
“By the COVID-19 interval, I used to be able to promote the positioning and provides it to another person to fret about. However I’m glad I made a decision to keep it up.”
The Mount Eliza native stated he did his analysis, asking native brokers and tradespeople what folks within the space wished, earlier than including a bit of extra high quality.
“I actually take pleasure in staying on this decrease finish and inexpensive market, however the place construct high quality can be achievable, with out being mass produced,” Leppitsch stated.
He stated he was “positively” trying to proceed within the property growth house and was already looking out for an additional web site.
Leppitsch — who gained three flags with the Lions from 2001-03, a greatest and fairest, and earned three All-Australian jackets — has additionally simply signed on to teach Peninsula Grammar’s soccer crew and began his personal teaching and management enterprise.
Hocking Stuart Frankston director Adrian Foster stated there had been important curiosity from folks trying to upsize and downsizers who wished a “boutique growth”.
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