Penrith Panthers favourite Josh Mansour lists Wolli Creek apartment

Penrith Panthers favourite Josh Mansour lists Wolli Creek apartment
Penrith Panthers favourite Josh Mansour lists Wolli Creek apartment

Penrith Panthers favourite Josh Mansour and wife Daniella are selling their apartment near Wolli Creek, given his desire to cut back travel times to training.

The couple secured the Turrella apartment off the plan in 2014, the same month Mansour made his debut for the Australian team in their Four Nations campaign.

The couple moved in on its 2015 completion. Set in the Northview building, the contemporary Reede St apartment has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two car spaces. It’s one of the few three-bedroom, two- bathroom units in the block.

All have been tightly held since being bought direct from the developer. With 128sqm of internal space, the apartment comes with porcelain floors and custom finishes, including a customised island kitchen.

With a northerly aspect, a wide covered 21sqm terrace flows off the open-plan living and dining area and is accessible from all three bedrooms. Cobden & Hayson Marrickville agents Les Salem and Jim Nikolopoulos have scheduled an October 20 auction, with $750,000 price guidance.

The couple had their first child, daughter Saina, last November.

They wed in 2016 at St Mary’s ­Cathedral, but the 28-year-old winger got in trouble with Daniella on their special day after checking the Australia v New Zealand score in the Four Nations, a squad he was part of.

“I tried to take out my phone on the sly to try to check the score,” Mansour jested to Fox Sports. “She kinda got filthy at me.

“She goes ‘you can’t give me one day without footy!’ ”

Mansour, who is an ambassador for Bowel Cancer Australia, made a name for himself as a junior at South Sydney Rabbitohs. He went on to play for the North Sydney Bears, the Souths’ feeder team, in the NSW Cup, before being snapped up by the Panthers in 2012.

He scored a try on debut and was named Panthers rookie of the year.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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