Manly's Trbojevic brothers buy in new Warriewood estate

Manly's Trbojevic brothers buy in new Warriewood estate
Manly's Trbojevic brothers buy in new Warriewood estate

The Trbojevic Sea Eagle brothers continue to pour their league earnings into building their impressive property portfolio.

Jake and Tom, set to be included in the NSW State of Origin squad for the upcoming series, had previously accumulated quite the collection of apartments in the northern beaches area.

Now they've committed on a new front altogether.

They have diversified into a new build, each securing a house and land package on a newly constructed street inland at Warriewood on Sydney's northern beaches.

They've each spent $964,000 on two turnkey homes in a new Warriewood development, just three doors along from each other.

The purchases take their spends to over $1.9 million for houses and nearly $3.2 million for apartments.

No building is yet underway on the recent acquisitions but the surrounding streets are certainly tradie heartland judging by the line of utes heading in and out of the neighbourhood when I took a look late one afternoon this week.

Manly's Trbojevic brothers buy in new Warriewood estate

The Trbojevic's secured their house and land package from Clarendon Homes in a new Warriewood estate, Fern Creek. Its just up the hill from Shearwater, near the Warriewood Wetlands.

The lots suit a four bedroom home.

The sold signs suggest the sales were through local agent Nik Vuko who declined to indicate if the boys would be moving in as owner occupiers or secured their as investors. 

Manly's Trbojevic brothers buy in new Warriewood estate

Their property purchasing began in 2014 when Jake, two years older than Tom, spent $680,000 on a two bedroom Narrabeen apartment.

In 2016 Jake then spent $590,000 on a one bedder in Brookvale, a few months before his then 19 year old brother got his foot on the ladder.

Tommy Turbo spent $895,000 on his first purchase, a two bedroom Manly Vale unit, shortly after he signed a $2.7 million contract to keep him with the Sea Eagles until 2020.

He backed the purchase up a year later when he spent $1 million on another two bedroom apartment in the same suburb.

The brother's purchases are now taking over the portfolio of captain Daly Cherry-Evans

Cherry-Evans lives in a $1,335,000 Curl Curl home and owns an investment home in the Gold Coast and an apartment in Freshwater.

The Mona Vale born brothers both played for the Mona Vale Raiders before being picked up by Manly.

Tom is set for his first call up to the NSW Origin side, while former Cronulla Shark Michael Ennis said NSW Blues could pick Jake Trbojevic for the next 10 years.

The 24 year old forward made his debut in the three-match series last year, the same year he was made the Sea Eagles vice-captain.

It's been far from the dream start for the Sea Eagles, who sit 12th on the ladder having lost 7 of their opening 10 games, including thumping defeats against South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Parramatta Eels.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 








Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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