NRL superstar Nathan Cleary has bought his childhood riverside home from a surprise seller – his father and his Penrith Panthers coach Ivan.
The close bond between the father-son NRL premiership winning duo has started a new chapter following the transfer of the 4-bedroom home on the Nepean River.
According to property records, the 892 sqm property traded hands via an internal family transfer for $1.7m.
Ivan Cleary bought the Western Sydney home in 2013 for $1.175m during his first stint as Penrith coach, when Nathan was still in his teens.
Cleary had spotted lending a hand during the Nepean floods of 2022, when Hawkesbury experienced its worst flooding conditions in 44 years with a water height of almost 14m.
The contemporary home sits in a relaxed, leafy setting with both indoor and outdoor entertaining areas, with floor to ceiling windows allowing in plenty of natural light.
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The home is conveniently located close to the Panthers home ground of BlueBet Stadium and not far from where Nathan Cleary’s two-time premiership winning halves partner Jerome Luai bought his first home recently.
With five bedrooms, the two-storey trophy home has plenty of space for Luai, his partner, Bailey Paris Toleafoa, and their three children.
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The master bedroom, on the second level, has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
Its rear alfresco terrace overlooks the 645sq m gardens.
The 2010-built home sold just above its $1,495,000 to $1.55m guidance from Jim Aitken & Partners agents David Reeves and Andrew Lia.
It last traded for $1.2m in 2019.