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.

Nrl Mascot

Community Discussion

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?