Greg Inglis offloads Botany investment

Greg Inglis offloads Botany investment
Greg Inglis offloads Botany investment

Retired NRL legend Greg Inglis continues to shuffle his property portfolio, with the sale of an investment property at Botany.

The former South Sydney Rabbitoh secured $911,000 for the two-bedroom townhouse.

His superannuation fund had bought it for $850,000 in 2015 when it had been a $640-a-week rental.

Inglis offloaded his former Coogee home for $2,475,000 in August last year. He had bought the Coogee semi after his move from Melbourne at the end of the 2010 season.

He paid $1.1 million for what was then a two-bedroom federation home and then transformed the property into a three-level, four-bedroom home, behind its period facade.

The Kempsey-born star, who ­intends to come out of retirement for Warrington in next year’s UK Super League, appears on the ABC’s Australian Story on Monday addressing his challenges with mental health issues.

The 33-year-old reveals how he was gripped by alcoholism and ­depression whenever he was injured and then after his retirement.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.


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