Footy star sells in­vest­ment flat

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - REALESTATE -

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.

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