Sydney Roosters' Victor Radley on the hunt for his first property

Sydney Roosters' Victor Radley on the hunt for his first property
Sydney Roosters' Victor Radley on the hunt for his first property

Sydney Roosters Premiership winner Victor Radley has been on the hunt for his first property.

It seems likely it will happen over summer as the celebrations come after the NRL grand final.

The 20 year old rookie was a key player in the Roosters Premiership season and then its Grand Final win.

Born and raised in Bronte, Radley's property search has been focused in Roosters heartland.

He registered as a bidder for the auction for an apartment in Double Bay, however didn't register a bid.

The price of the two bedroom apartment soared $240,000 over reserve to $1.49 million.

The renovated unit sits on the ground floor of Streatham, a boutique block of four.

The 82 sqm William Street apartment last traded for $799,000 in 2013.

It had been a $775 a week rental. 

Phillips Pantzer Donnelley Woollahra agents Sean Poche and Nathan Ryland sold the apartment.

Radley has come under fire for his televised post-match comments after last weekend's win.

The young gun said he was set to celebrate with "beers, beers and more beers."

It has been frowned upon by 2GB broadcaster Alan Jones.

"But can I just make one point, not being prudish," Jones said.

"Now young Victor, can I just proffer a word, you can celebrate and have a good time, without filling your stomach with grog, and without going over the top," Jones said on his top rating morning breakfast show.

"He will play for Australia one day," Jones added, suggesting he is maybe the hardest tackler in the game.

There's been plenty of property movement during the season in the Roosters camp. 

Captain Boyd Cordner upgrading during the season, spending $1.5 million in Randwick.

The previously Coogee-based forward bought a garden apartment in a Andre Barouch-designed block of eight.

The biggest Roosters outlay came from Luke Keary, who won the Clive-Churchill Medal for his finals performance.

Keary, who departed South Sydney after a row with owner Russell Crowe, spent $2.7 million on a three bedroom home in Dover Heights, moving from a modest Mascot apartment he bought when with the Souths.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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