Burgess brothers hunting for Sydney property

Burgess brothers hunting for Sydney property
Burgess brothers hunting for Sydney property

The youngest of the NRL's Burgess brothers, Tom has bought a Sydney property.

His recent Coogee purchase complete's the property ownership of all the young lads within the popular family.

Tom, the last to arrive in Sydney and the last to buy, secured a 167 sqm two bedroom courtyard apartment (above) for around $1.3 million through NG Farah agent Theo Karangis.

He's been busy shopping for furniture ever since - spotted at the Mosman homeware store, Pond.

Taking advantage of the beaches they don't get in England, the four brothers have collectively spent around $11 million since they started on the property ladder in coastal eastern Sydney and there's whispers their mum, Julie could be looking for a pad too.

Sam was the first  buyer of the four, buying a Darlinghurst apartment in 2011 for $1.075 million following a successful first season at South Sydney Rabbitoh's.

The two bedroom apartment in the Advanx building has full alfresco dining terrace.

Sam quietly bought another off-the-plan apartment in Bondi in 2012, but he didn't emerge as a buyer until settlement in late last year.

He paid $2.065 million for the two bedroom garden apartment in the new Bondi Pacific building.

It was up for sale at $2.95 million but recently leased out at around $1950 a week.

Instead Sam has spent $3.8 million on a mansion in Maroubra at the start of the year.

His newest acquisition where he and wife Phoebe Hooke reside is a four bedroom French provincial inspired home with swimming pool and home theatre.

Luke, who arrived in Sydney a year after Sam in 2011 and now plays for the Manly Sea Eagles, has owned in Chifley since 2014.

Ditto George who recently spent $2.1 million for an off-the-plan Randwick apartment in the new MHND-Union designed Epoque boutique apartment block through Laing & Simmons Double Bay agent D'Leanne Lewis.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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