Robbie Farah offering renovated Concord West property

Robbie Farah offering renovated Concord West property
Robbie Farah offering renovated Concord West property

Veteran Tigers star hooker Robbie Farah remains passionate about footy, his family, travel and property.

His latest property project, a Concord West renovation, hit the market recently.

There were big crowds at yesterday's open for inspection, just hours before the most capped Tiger faced-off against the Rabbitohs in his first clash with his former club.

It was his 250th game with the team.

Through the years Farah has accumulated an impressive property investment portfolio, all done with family members.

The Myall Street offering, which goes to August 11 auction, was a joint venture between Robbie, and brothers Jason and Eddie and Jessica and Renee.

Its Raine & Horne listing agent Dib Chidiac was giving $2 million to $2.2 million price guidance after its new rear extension.  

Farah bought his first home in 2006 when he paid $500,000 for a two bedroom unit in Annandale.

He co-owns other properties with family in Cabarita, Maroubra, Wareemba and most recently a two level Queenslander in the upmarket Brisbane suburb of Hamilton.

It was purchased was through YNWA Developments, named after the famous You'll Never Walk Alone anthem of Liverpool FC, Farah's favourite English Premier League team.

He has become a director and co-founder with Louis Hanna and Jai Ayoub of Two4Seven, a company creating VIP packages to major sporting and entertainment events worldwide. 

His interests through the years have extended into food too when Farah established a gourmet pizza and schnitzel restaurant in Leichhardt.

Representing NSW in 16 Origins, including captaining two games, Farah has been generous off field as the co-founder and board member of the charity organisation, Mates On A Mission, which has raised over $600,000 to help those in need.

He has also assisted Save Our Sons, Westmead's Children Hospital and Fr Chris Reilly Youth Off The Streets.

The standout No.9. hasn't yet decided on his playing future although he admits “everyone’s been asking me about that".

“To be honest I haven’t even really thought about it,” he told sports journalists.

“I’m not too concerned about making a decision one way or the other in the near future.

“There’s still a long way to go on the season, a million things can happen between now and then.”

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph. 

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