Sea Eagle Daly Cherry-Evans sells former Curl Curl home

Sea Eagle Daly Cherry-Evans sells former Curl Curl home
Sea Eagle Daly Cherry-Evans sells former Curl Curl home

Having upgraded nearby last year, Manly Sea Eagles skipper Daly Cherry-Evans and his partner Vessa Rockliff have quietly offloaded their former Curl Curl home.

The couple had $1395-a-week tenants there after moving 500 metres closer to the sand.

They sold the single-level, four-bedroom home with salt water swimming pool for $1.9 million earlier this month.

Curl Curl prices have ranged from $1,675,000 to $3 million this year, with the median price for a four-bedroom house in Curl Curl sitting at $2.28 million, according to realestate.com.au. That’s up from $1.6 million in 2014.

Sea Eagle Daly Cherry-Evans sells former Curl Curl home

The couple had bought the property for $1,335,000 in 2014, not long before the birth of their second child. Now they have three children.

It’s the second home Cherry-Evans has sold this year.

At the start of the year, DCE sold his redundant Gold Coast investment home he bought when he agreed to join the Titans back in 2015, only to opt out of the arrangement and sign a bumper deal with Manly.

The 1970s beach house in Mermaid Beach quickly became a $1300-a-week rental, having cost $1.45 million. He recently sold for $1.65 million.

Cherry-Evans and Rockliff are now based opposite Curl Curl Beach in a home they bought this time last year for $3.4 million.

It had belonged to Paul and Emma Lo Russo, the older sister of former Channel 7 House Rules presenter Joh Griggs.

The architect-designed­ home was constructed in the early 2000s, with the Russos having paid $330,000 in 1993.

Cherry-Evans retains a two-bedroom investment apartment in Freshwater that he bought for $500,000 in 2012.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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