Celtic FC boss Ange Postecoglou is selling his multi-million dollar Tuscan-styled Melbourne home
The Greek-Australian has settled in Glasgow since his appointment as Hoops manager in 2021. In fact, he is so settled that he’s taken the decision to sell the beautiful house that he and his wife Georgia bought in 2016.
The advertisement says “Celtic manager and former Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has placed his luxe Toorak mansion with Paul Bangay gardens on the market with a $3m-$3.3m price tag. The glamorous Tuscan villa-style dwelling is located in Toorak’s award-winning Villaggio development and boasts established gardens by renowned landscape designer Paul Bangay. Inside and past the intricate covered gallery at the facade, the home features elegant European interiors including vaulted ceilings and oak parquetry flooring, plus an open sandstone fireplace and pillars adding to its grandeur.”
As the Daily Record reported, Postecoglou joked about building a “beautiful house” in his early days at Celtic.
It came as speculation intensified over his former rival Steven Gerrard leaving Rangers. Refusing to comment on the talk at the time of Gerrard going to Aston Villa, he said: “We've got to build our house, make sure it's nice and beautiful then see how it stacks up to the rest of the neighbourhood."
And the 57-year-old has certainly made a good job of laying down the foundations at Parkhead after picking up four out of five available domestic trophies so far and he could add a fifth in next month’s Scottish Cup final against Inverness Caley Thistle at Hampden.
Partner at estate agent Kay & Burton who are selling the home, Darren Lewenberg, said of the thee-bedroom home: “As it’s a large development it’s impeccably built, every wall you touch and everything in the house is exemplary. It’s also low maintenance and in a location that provides access to Chapel St and Toorak Village.”