Rabbitoh Cameron Murray buys first home

Rabbitoh Cameron Murray buys first home
Rabbitoh Cameron Murray buys first home

Emerging South Sydney Rabbitoh star and NSW Blues Origin debutant Cameron Murray has become a first home buyer.

The second-rower has opted for the beach, spending $1.25 million on an apartment in Clovelly.

He bought it just after his recent 21st birthday.

The ground-floor unit, which comes with a private courtyard, was sold through Alexander Phillips and David Tyrrell at Phillips Pantzer Donnelley.

Last traded for $1.22 million in 2016, its spans 90 square metres including two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

It is set on the prized north-east corner in a block of four just 100 metres from the beach.

Murray played in the midweek game which saw the NSW Blues defeat the Queensland Maroons 26-20 in the State of Origin decider.

Murray has contributed to South’s season as they seek to get back on track.

Following the 2018 season, where he played 25 times, he signed a new three-year deal.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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