UK-bound George Burgess lists incomplete Randwick apartment

UK-bound George Burgess lists incomplete Randwick apartment
Title TattleDecember 7, 2020

Suspended South Sydney Rabbitohs­ star George Burgess­ and wife Joanna have opted to list their intended­ Randwick apartment, just as it’s being completed.

Former teammate-turned-NG Farah Real Estate agent Beau Champion is marketing the apartment, which is at the bare bones with luxury fitout still being installed.

The listing suggests the vendor seeks a sale on completion by the developer of the much-delayed project.

UK-bound George Burgess lists incomplete Randwick apartment

The garden double-storey apartment in the Epoque, a boutique block of eight designed by MHNDU, was bought off the plan in early 2016, then reconfigured during the construction phase when the possibility­ of more space arose.

Back then it was just Burgess and his partner, the budding interior ­designer Joanna King.

Now the couple have married and have a family of three, the latest born just weeks ago. And Burgess has signed a three-year deal with Wigan Warriors which will take the family back to the UK.

UK-bound George Burgess lists incomplete Randwick apartment

The three-bedroom apartment has 125 square metres of internal space and 270 square metres of gardens.

Champion and agency colleague Martin Farah have a $3.1 million guide.

Over recent times Burgess has offloaded properties in Little Bay and Chifley.

The Little Bay apartment was sold for $1.35 million, having been bought off the plan in 2015.

The family’s company title Chifley home secured $1.6 million.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

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