Roosters coach Trent Robinson building Bronte home

Roosters coach Trent Robinson building Bronte home
Roosters coach Trent Robinson building Bronte home

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson and wife Sandra Stefan have quietly bought in Bronte.

But they continue to rent nearby, after paying $4m for the early 1900s semi which hadn’t traded for over three decades.

They have lodged $484,000 renovation plans from Randwick-based Chapman Architecture.

It will see the two bedroom home, single storey house on 430 sqm become multi level with five bedrooms, plus a pool and a ­studio above the rear garage.

The couple were previously a few hundred ­metres away in Waverley, where they sold their modern two level, three bedroom home last year for $2.51m.

It had cost $1,815,000 in 2014, a year after Robinson took the top job at the Roosters.

Robinson became the youngest coach in the NRL when he took over at the Roosters in 2013 at age 35.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph

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