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NRL 2022: Daly Cherry-Evans buys investment property in Western Sydney


NRL champion Daly Cherry-Evans expands his real estate empire with an investment property in Sydney’s west for $580,000

NRL star Daly Cherry-Evans has just spent $580,000 on a two-bedroom flat in Sydney’s west, further expanding the footy favourite’s real estate empire.

Purchased by the Manly Sea Eagles captain as an investment, the 87sqm apartment sits on the third floor of a four-storey block in Pendle Hill, 30km from Sydney’s CBD, reports realestate.com.au.

Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the Sea Eagles’ northern Sydney heartland, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000.

Smart investment: NRL star Daly Cherry-Evans has just spent $580,000 on a two-bedroom flat in Sydney's west, further expanding the footy favourite's real estate empire. The 87sqm apartment sits on the third floor of this four-storey block in Pendle Hill

Smart investment: NRL star Daly Cherry-Evans has just spent $580,000 on a two-bedroom flat in Sydney’s west, further expanding the footy favourite’s real estate empire. The 87sqm apartment sits on the third floor of this four-storey block in Pendle Hill

Daly’s new apartment is situated on a three-building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956sqm built by Blue Sox Developments. 

Featuring expansive views, a fabulous kitchen and cosy bedrooms, the flat is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion in the last two years. 

Best estimates indicate its rental price will be $375 a week. 

Modern: Daly's new apartment is situated on a three-building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956sqm built by Blue Sox Developments. (The modern kitchen is seen here)

Modern: Daly’s new apartment is situated on a three-building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956sqm built by Blue Sox Developments. (The modern kitchen is seen here)

Cosy: Featuring expansive views, a fabulous kitchen and cosy bedrooms (one of which is seen here), the flat is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion in the last two years. Best estimates indicate its rental price will be $375 a week

Cosy: Featuring expansive views, a fabulous kitchen and cosy bedrooms (one of which is seen here), the flat is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion in the last two years. Best estimates indicate its rental price will be $375 a week

Famous for not missing a game since joining Manly Sea Eagles in 2011, Daly recently sold off two other properties. 

One was a permanent address for the rugby league player and his partner in Curl Curl, in Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

Bought in 2014 for $1.335million, they sold the home for $1.9million and moved closer to the beach into a spread worth $3.4million. 

Moneymaker: Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the Sea Eagles' northern Sydney heartland, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000. (Pictured together at the Dally M Awards on September 27, 2021, in Brisbane)

Moneymaker: Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the Sea Eagles’ northern Sydney heartland, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000. (Pictured together at the Dally M Awards on September 27, 2021, in Brisbane)

In 2019, Daly scored $1.65million for a Mermaid Beach investment home he had bought in 2015 for $1.45million. 

Blue Sox Developments’ Joe Wehbe has strong connections to the NRL.

Wehbe, an entrepreneur with multiple business interests, operates the Ignite Sports Management company and handles NRL players including the Brisbane Broncos’ Herbie Farnsworth and James Tedesco, captain of the Roosters.

In action: Daly is seen here warming up before the Sea Eagles took on Newcastle on April 7

In action: Daly is seen here warming up before the Sea Eagles took on Newcastle on April 7

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