Shane Richardson, the retired South Sydney Rabbitohs general manager, and his wife Kate, are heading back to Sydney, so their Blue Mountains home is up for sale.
The Richardsons bought their Leura cottage in 2016 while they were still living at Little Bay. They moved there permanently at the start of the pandemic.
The four bedroom, three bathroom cottage comes with $1.85 million to $1.9 million price guidance through Matthew Gale at McGrath Wentworth Falls.
It sits on a 1006sqm holding on Holmes St, where sales recently hit $1.75 million.
The Leura median house price is $1,245,000 based on 110 sales in the past year, with realestate.com.au calculating the four bedroom median is $1.4 million.
“We renovated the cottage; it will be hard to leave,” Kate told The Sell.
“There are beautiful gardens here and the climate is amazing with four distinct seasons.
“I think Holmes St is the best in Leura and we have lots of fabulous neighbours.”
After going back and forth to Sydney for business, they now need to be closer to family.
Both work in their business, Rich Digital, with Shane’s son, Brent, which assists in online brand awareness campaigns.
Its clients have included CABE, Lou Zivanovic’s property development company.
Richardson had previously served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Rabbitohs from 2004 to 2015. His administration culminated in the Rabbitohs winning the premiership in 2014.
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