Manly Sea Eagles skipper Dale Cherry-Evans buys Curl Curl designer home

Manly Sea Eagles skipper Dale Cherry-Evans buys Curl Curl designer home
Manly Sea Eagles skipper Dale Cherry-Evans buys Curl Curl designer home

Manly Sea Eagles skipper Dale Cherry-Evans and partner Vessa Rockliff have quietly upgraded in the northern beaches.

It comes as Channel 7 reported that if Neil Henry is appointed Sea Eagles coach to replace Trent Barrett then captain Daly Cherry-Evans will seek a release to leave the club.

The couple seem set to move almost on the beach, shifting from their inland cottage also in Curl Curl.

Their $3.4 million designer home purchase opposite Curl Curl Beach had been listed with $3.7 million hopes by Emma Lo Russo, the older sister of local Channel 7 House Rules presenter Joh Griggs, and whose Emma's husband Paul.

The architect-designed home was constructed in the early 2000s having paid $330,000 in 1993.

“We designed the house for great entertaining," Russo told the Manly Daily when it was listed in June.

"You can cook from the kitchen and see the kids playing in the pool," Russo said.

Cherry-Evans and Rockliff have three kids after welcoming their third daughter late last year.

The four bedroom home has an open plan living and dining area with a sunken lounge room, an upper level sitting room and an alfresco deck which accompanies the raised 10 metre salt-chlorinated swimming pool.

Stone Real Estate Dee Why agent Toby Martin sold the home in 94 days.

The home sits just 500 metres away from the couple's former residence.

They've been based in the single level, four bedroom home since 2014 when they paid $1,355,000, shortly before the birth of their second child.

That too features a saltwater swimming pool.

Cherry-Evans is still waiting for a buyer for his redundant Gold Coast home he bought when he agreed to join the Titans back in 2015, only to backflip on the deal and sign a bumper deal with Manly.

The 1970s beach house in Mermaid Beach quickly became a $1,300 a week rental, having cost $1.45 million.

Evans is back in green and gold after a four year exile. He will be captaining the Prime Ministers XIII in his national football comeback against Papa New Guinea this weekend.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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