Blues captain Boyd Cordner buys Randwick apartment

Blues captain Boyd Cordner buys Randwick apartment
Blues captain Boyd Cordner buys Randwick apartment

New South Wales Origin captain Boyd Cordner has settled on a new eastern suburbs home ahead of the upcoming series against Queensland.

Cordner, who is captaining the Origin side for the second consecutive year, has secured a $1.5 million apartment in Randwick.

The first training camp earlier last week at Coogee Oval would have been a short stroll along the beach from his former Coogee home.

It has become a $825 a week rental offering.

The Sydney Roosters second rower paid $865,000 in 2014.

The 70 sqm ground floor apartment has two bedrooms, one bathroom and a courtyard.

He's traded up to another garden courtyard in Randwick.

It is a two storey apartment in a low-rise complex of just eight, designed by architect Andre Barouch (above and below).

Blues captain Boyd Cordner buys Randwick apartment

It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

NG Farah Coogee agent Joe Recep sold Cordner the home post-auction.

The Taree-born NRL champion made his debut for the Roosters in 2011, recruited by the Chooks as a 16 year old.

He retains a $445,000 two bedroom apartment on the mid-coast at Wallabi Point.

The key player in the 2013 Premiership winning season, Cordner took over State of Origin captaincy from Sharks veteran Paul Gallen last year. 

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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