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Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield unveils new Surf Coast home design

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield unveils new Surf Coast home design
Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-07-09 17:14:00

Patrick Dangerfield shared this render of his new home on Instagram.

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield has unveiled an image of what his luxury new home will look like — and revealed he will “chronicle the build from start to finish” on social media.

The Brownlow medallist posted the render, displaying a contemporary facade with sleek floor-to-ceiling windows and an alfresco deck, on Instagram on Tuesday.

He captioned the photo: “Let the build begin #dangerbuild #staytuned”, and tagged Geelong, Surf Coast and Bellarine-based build and design company Creative Lifestyle Homes.

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Mardi and Patrick Dangerfield with newborn Felicity and son George.

The 29-year-old — who welcomed second child Felicity with his wife Mardi last month — told the Herald Sun the house on Victoria’s Surf Coast would be “minimalist and contemporary in style”.

He expected the build to take a year.

The AFL Players’ Association president and Reel Adventures host said he planned to document the build in a web series via social media, asking his 190,000 Instagram followers to “stay tuned”.

“We have taken so much inspiration from social media, so we thought it would be a fun place to share it,” he said.

“We will do a proper mini episode probably once a month, or when there is something significant that happens. But we will update small videos on a weekly basis.”

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Dangerfield plans to chronicle the build on social media. Picture: Mark Stewart

The post comes after Dangerfield lodged a planning permit application with the Surf Coast Shire last year, to build a $1.2 million modern masterpiece at his Moggs Creek property.

The council website states the permit was issued this February.

The Dangerfields paid $2.08 million for the beachside 1507sq m property in 2016, and have lived there in an existing two-storey brick veneer house with son George.

The champion midfielder has shared several updates about his build on Instagram, including posting a photo of his “mood board” of materials for the home’s walls, benchtops, floors, ceilings, cladding and decking in May.

Dangerfield has been posting updates about the design process on Instagram.

His former teammate George Horlin-Smith, now at the Gold Coast Suns, was among those to comment on his latest post, asking: “Helicopter pad got through?”

Dangerfield replied: “Yep. But limited hours no taking off before 7am and no landing after 10pm. It’s like it’s Adelaide airport.”

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