Newcastle Knights recruit Dave Klemmer has bought a home near his new club having signed a five year deal with the Knights late last year.
The 25-year old former Canterbury Bulldogs enforcer, who told the Daily Telegraph he believes the Knights can win the premiership this year, has bought a family home in Eleebana, in the Lake Macquarie region.
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He’s spent $1,025,000 on the two storey home set 16 kilometres south west of his new stomping ground.
It comes with expansive views of Lake Macquarie.
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Klemmer snapped the home up just two weeks into its marketing through Marshalls Property Belmont agents Keenan Armstrong and Abbey Page.
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The 6’6, 120kg prop previously called Oran Park home with wife Chloe Saville.