Sydney Rooster's prop Dylan Napa buys in Rose Bay

Sydney Rooster's prop Dylan Napa buys in Rose Bay
Sydney Rooster's prop Dylan Napa buys in Rose Bay

The young Sydney Rooster's prop Dylan Napa has bought his first Sydney property.

Costing $1.1 million, the Brisbane born forward secured a two bedroom apartment in Rose Bay

The NRL star, who has bounced back from an ankle injury, secured the apartment through Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agent David Terrell who sold the apartment after just eight days into its listing.

It last sold at $675,000 in 2013.

Napa, who recently signed with the Roosters until 2019, scored a 76 sqm 1960s apartment that has been updated to a stylish and contemporary home.

It is a tightly held block of 18 apartments.

Wrapped in windows on three sides, the apartment comes with a balcony with district views and the second bedroom has an integrated study area.

His purchase was outed in the What's The Buzz column recently with Phil Rothfield adding: "Just another Queenslander who has fallen in love with Sydney and life in the premier state."

Meanwhile having moved to Sydney's eastern suburbs, Sydney Rooster Mitchell Pearce has sought tenants for both of his Cremorne apartments.

Pearce paid $1,665,000 for a two bedroom garden apartment in the new Nicholas Tang Architects designed complex in Randwick.

His redundant three bedroom Rangers Road apartment was recently up for $1,200 a week, having been bought for $1.32 million in 2013.

His two bedroom Holt Avenue investment was listed with $685 a week rental hopes earlier this month having been renovated slightly by Pearce since his $681,000 purchase in 2011.

Cobden & Hayson agent Kate Ferrante has marketed both rental apartments. 

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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