New Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett cutting ties with Brisbane

New Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett cutting ties with Brisbane
New Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett cutting ties with Brisbane

The new South Sydney Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett is officially cutting ties with Brisbane, listing the Yeronga home he owns with his partner Dale Cage.

They paid $1,975,000 in late 2016 when Bennett just wrapped up his second season in his second stint at the Brisbane Broncos.

He was head coach for two decades up until 2008.

The couple seemed set to lease the property upon their move to Sydney, but CoreLogic records show it was advertised at $1,850 a week at the end of January, and then again at the end of February, suggesting a tenant at that price wasn't forthcoming.

New Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett cutting ties with Brisbane

Set on the dress circle Brisbane Corso, the riverside home spans three levels and has four bedrooms, a home office, media room and a heated swimming pool.

The home built by local builders Grayhaus shortly before Bennett and Cage bought it.

Cage said the couple looked all over Brisbane when we were looking to buy "from Ascot and Hamilton and we both fell in love with this house together".

“It’s a warm, inviting and modern home and it’s made for entertaining,” Cage said.

New Rabbitohs boss Wayne Bennett cutting ties with Brisbane

“It’s a wonderful street we live in, there’s good company all around. It’s a great house too that is very low maintenance.

“As soon as we walked in we knew it was right for us, and it would suit a big family as it’s got a heated pool and four big bedrooms, two of which are ensuited.”

Ray White Sherwood agent Tim Davis, who sold the couple their home, is looking for a buyer around $2 million.

Bennett still hangs on to a $1.96 million Brisbane city apartment and investments in Moffat Beach and Gladfield.

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