Footy star sells investment flat
FORMER Manly Sea Eagles NRL star Anthony Watmough has sold his northern beaches investment apartment. nt.
The Dee Why property perty was first listed early last ast year but the former State of Origin second-rower pulled it from auction and slapped on an ambitious $895,000 price tag. It then became ame a $650 a week rental.
Watmough (inset) finally accepted $750,000 when it was marketed by a new listing agent, Jordan Galpin, of Clarke & Humel Manly.
The two-bedroom unit on the top floor of a 1970s blondbrick building sits opposite James Meeh Meehan Reserve near Dee W Why beach.
Watmough paid $ $580,000 in 2013 when he was approaching the end of his time at t the Sea Eagles. It w was initially rented it out a at $580 a week. Watmo Watmough has been based nearby since 2012, when he paid $1.73 million for a threelevel, five-bedroom home with wife Elle McLeod. The couple have a two-year-old daughter, Jagger Rose. Watmough, who is now behind a Sydney CBD pop-up Lebanese restaurant, Cubby’s Kitchen, started his career in 2002 at the Northern Eagles. During his 11-year stint at the Sea Eagles, the team won the 2008 grand final against Melbourne Storm.
He spent his final season in the NRL at the Parramatta Eels then retired due to knee injury.
Anthony Watmough’s former investment property at Clyde Rd, Dee Why.