Todd Carney offloads Sans Souci investment

Todd Carney offloads Sans Souci investment
Todd Carney offloads Sans Souci investment

Former NRL star Todd Carney has offloaded one of his Sydney property investments. The one-bedroom Sans Souci apartment fetched $600,500.

It was bought in 2012, when playing for the Cronulla Sharks, for $460,000 off the plan. The third-floor 83sqm Rocky Point Rd apartment sold to another owner in the block.

The block attracted sport stars with fellow NRL player Trent Hodkinson buying for $460,000 and cricketer Steve Smith spent $435,000 on his still-retained investment.

After his NRL career ended in 2014 following alcohol-related incidents, Carney went overseas, then Cairns and last season was captain at the Byron Bay Red Devils in the Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League whose 2020 season has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Red Devils, who had been ­expected to push for the premiership, missed the semi-finals last season with Carney having his fair share of injuries along with his teammates, making it difficult to cover injuries with no bench.

Guided by financial adviser Trent Tavoletti, the former Dally M medallist retains an $880,000 apartment in Coogee and a $607,000 Waverley apartment.

He sold his first property in Wentworth Point, for $500,000 in 2018 having bought it for $395,000 when he was a young Canberra ­Raider in 2007.

The Goulburn-born Carney, who turns 34 next week, opened Islands of The Gods, a tattoo studio in Bali ­earlier this year with Bondi Rescue’s big-wave surfer Jesse Polock. He got his first tattoo as a teenager.

Carney has been dating former MAFS intruder, Susie Bradley who runs the cosmetics enhancement business, Injectables by Susie Pearl.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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