Rooster Luke Keary lists in Mascot

Rooster Luke Keary lists in Mascot
Rooster Luke Keary lists in Mascot

Sydney Rooster Luke Keary, whose recovery from a broken jaw saw him misroute in yesterday's season opener, has listed his Mascot apartment.

Keary paid $690,000 for the apartment in 2014 when he was at rivals the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

He left the Bunnies in 2017 and is now seeking $929,000.

Set in the 2010 Rina complex, the two bedroom apartment (above and below), has a living area which leads to a covered entertainment terrace.

Rooster Luke Keary lists in Mascot

Michael Kurosawa at Infinity Property Agents Alexandria is marketing the unit.

The Ipswich born Keary is also selling a Queensland investment.

The Camp Hill property, just outside of Brisbane, was a $645 a week rental since his 2015 purchase, until recently when he had to market it at $600 a week.

The family home on 755 square metres cost more than his Mascot base. He paid $735,000 in 2015.

It's not going to fetch as strong of a price growth as the Mascot apartment. He's asking offers over $745,000 through Place Bulimba agent Glen Bool.

The four bedroom home has two bathrooms, two dining spaces and a number of indoor and outdoor living areas which open to the rear lawn.

Keary began his career at South Sydney in 2013. He left in acrimonious circumstances after a bust-up with actor and Rabbitohs co-owner Russell Crowe in a boozy pre-season bonding session at Crowe's farm near Coffs Harbour.

He has been recovering from a broken jaw he suffered during training in January.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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