South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL star Latrell Mitchell is seemingly heading south, and away from coastal Chifley.
The fullback appears to have snapped up a near new luxury entertainer which was recently sold in Ramsgate Beach in southern Sydney.
It fetched $4,275,000 through McGrath Estate Agents, topping the low-key suburb’s recent prices.
Mitchell posted the sale to his Instagram, with an image of his wife, Brielle Mercy and his two children in front of the sold sign with the caption “making moves”. The post was quickly deleted, though not before teammate Cody Walker jestingly offered to move in.
The contemporary home was built in 2018 at a cost of over $700,000.
There are five bedrooms, with the master complete with bespoke joinery and an ensuite. There’s a cinema room off the main open plan stone kitchen, living and dining space. It features a number of skylights.
The 25-year-old could hone his golf skills as there’s a putting green on the near 900 sqm holding, along with a gas heated swimming pool, barbecue kitchen and a sauna.
The Taree-born Mitchell, who, after two-week rehabilitation in Philadelphia, has just returned to the Rabbitohs side after a hamstring injury, has been based in Chifley since 2018 when he paid $1.45 million for a restored 1950s brick house.
In 2020 he spent $600,000 to buy his Taree-district retreat, in Biripi country, a 222ha cattle farm at Caffreys Flat, with a ramshackle stone and timber shack which burnt down in bushfires.
It was followed up last year when he bought 19ha nearby for $1,815,000 as a home for his parents Matt and Trish.
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