NRL champion Daly Cherry-Evans expands his property empire with an investment property in western Sydney for $580,000

NRL star Daly Cherry-Evans has just splashed out $580,000 on a two-bedroom flat in western Sydney, further expanding the footy favourite’s property empire.

Bought by Captain Manly Sea Eagles as an investment, the 87m² apartment is on the third floor of a four-storey building in Pendle Hill, 30km from Sydney’s CBD, reports real estate.com.au.

Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the heart of North Sydney from the Sea Eagles, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000.

Smart investment: NRL star Daly Cherry-Evans has just splashed out $580,000 on a two-bedroom apartment in Sydney’s west, further expanding the footy favourite’s property empire. The 87m² apartment is on the third floor of this four storey block in Pendle Hill

Daly’s new apartment is located in a three building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956m² built by Blue Sox Developments.

With stunning views, fabulous kitchen and comfortable bedrooms, the apartment is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion over the past couple of years.

Best estimates indicate that its rental price will be $375 per week.

Modern: Daly's new apartment is located in a three building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956m² built by Blue Sox Developments.  (The modern kitchen is seen here)

Modern: Daly’s new apartment is located in a three building complex with 74 apartments covering 6,956m² built by Blue Sox Developments. (The modern kitchen is seen here)

Cosy: With stunning views, fabulous kitchen and comfortable bedrooms (one of which is seen here), the apartment is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion over the past couple of years.  Best estimates say her rental price will be $375 per week

Cosy: With stunning views, fabulous kitchen and comfortable bedrooms (one of which is seen here), the apartment is a promising investment in an area that has seen rapid expansion over the past couple of years. Best estimates say her rental price will be $375 per week

Famous for not missing a game since joining Manly Sea Eagles in 2011, Daly recently sold two more properties.

One was a permanent address for the rugby league player and his partner at Curl Curl in Sydney’s northern beaches.

Bought in 2014 for $1.335 million, they sold the house for $1.9 million and moved closer to the beach in a gap worth $3.4 million.

Moneymaker: Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the heart of North Sydney from the Sea Eagles, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000.  (Pictures together at the Dally M Awards on September 27, 2021 in Brisbane)

Moneymaker: Daly, 33, and his partner Vessa Rockliff already own a two-bedroom investment in Freshwater in the heart of North Sydney from the Sea Eagles, which they bought in 2012 for $500,000. (Pictures together at the Dally M Awards on September 27, 2021 in Brisbane)

In 2019, Daly scored $1.65 million for a Mermaid Beach investment home he bought in 2015 for $1.45 million.

Blue Sox Developments’ Joe Wehbe has strong ties to the NRL.

Wehbe, an entrepreneur with multiple business interests, operates the company Ignite Sports Management and manages NRL players including Herbie Farnsworth of the Brisbane Broncos and James Tedesco, captain of the Roosters.

In action: Daly is seen here warming up before the Sea Eagles take on Newcastle on April 7

In action: Daly is seen here warming up before the Sea Eagles take on Newcastle on April 7