Invictus Games director Brian Thorburn sells Lane Cove home

Invictus Games director Brian Thorburn sells Lane Cove home
Invictus Games director Brian Thorburn sells Lane Cove home

Sports administrator Brian Thorburn, the non-executive director of Prince Harry's Sydney Invictus Games, has sold his Lane Cove home.

He and wife Ally paid $880,000 for a 1,005 square metre plot in 2002 before building the home a few years later.

They were asking $3.8 million at its recent auction through Simon Harrison and James Bennett at Belle Property Lane Cove.

The three level home has four bedrooms, a games room with cinema system and fully fitted bar and a tropical garden with swimming pool.

Thorburn was a director at Australian Rugby Union for 11 years and most recently held the CEO role at the Australian Professional Golfers Association.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph. 

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