Rugby league legend Steve Mortimer offloads Rushcutters Bay investment

Rugby league legend Steve Mortimer offloads Rushcutters Bay investment
Rugby league legend Steve Mortimer offloads Rushcutters Bay investment

Rugby League legend Steve Mortimer, or 'Turvey', has sold his Rushcutters Bay commercial investment property for $870,000.

Home to McLachlan Cafe, the McLachlan Avenue property was expected to fetch about $900,000 at its October auction, however, it was passed in.

Mortimer had paid $760,000 for the property in 2010.

The 36 square metre ground floor space was bought by an investor who will continue to run the cafe with a net income of $56,600 per annum. It's leased for a number of years.

BradfieldCleary’s Mark Daley and co-agent Grant Whiteman of Ray White Double Bay secured the sale.

Mortimer, who represented the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs for 12 years and 272 games, as well as New South Wales and Australia, runs Steve Mortimer's Australian Shuffleboard which brings shuffleboard to seniors across Australia.

 

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