Sydney Rooster Jared Warea-Hargreaves upgrades Mosman house

Sydney Rooster Jared Warea-Hargreaves upgrades Mosman house
Sydney Rooster Jared Warea-Hargreaves upgrades Mosman house

The Sydney Rooster hardman Jared Waerea-Hargreaves and wife, Chelsea have spent $3.1 million upgrading their Mosman home.

The New Zealand born prop and his wife recently secured the modernised 1920s home.

The purchase would appear to rule out Waerea-Hargreaves's contemplation of a move to the Eastern Suburbs.

He even suggested he liked the idea of "taking over Anthony Minichiello’s title of the ‘Lord of Bondi’."

But his links to the northern side of the harbour proved too strong since he first moved to Sydney, which was ten years ago.

The acquisition is set to be their family home with two year old daughter Zahli-Rae.

The couple, who wed at Byron Bay then Hamilton Island late last year, offloaded a $1.46 million Mosman townhouse ahead of the upgrade to the recently renovated four bedroom home.

Sydney Rooster Jared Warea-Hargreaves upgrades Mosman house

The two level house features a formal living room with fireplace and a rear garden with courtyard terrace.

The upper level of the home is dedicated to the parent's retreat, comprising a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite with spa and balcony with district views.

Simeon Manners estate agents Simeon Manners and Richard Simeon, who are more often selling homes to the rugby union fraternity than league players, sold the home that had last traded for $1,645,000 in 2003. 

The couple retain a Cammeray investment property.

Waerea-Hargreaves first began his career at the Manly Sea Eagles when scouted despite never playing rugby league.

He'd actually started as a rugby union hopeful at the Waratah's Academy.

After making his debut in 2009, Waerea-Hargreaves became a signing for the Roosters a year later.

He played in the 2010 Grand Final loss to the St George-Illawarra Dragons.

Three years later he avenged the loss by starring in the 2013 Grand Final win against former club Manly.

In 2014 he turned down a lucrative multi-million dollar contract to join the Canberra Raiders after he learnt he was going to be a dad.

The Roosters sit second in the ladder and are well on course for a top four finish.

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