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Inside Cooper Cronk and Tara Rushton’s new $8.75million family home

Inside Cooper Cronk and Tara Rushton’s new family home: NRL star and his TV presenter wife pour out $8.75 million for a home on Sydney’s lower north coast

Sporting glamor couple Cooper Cronk and Tara Rushton are the proud new owners of a $8.75 million home on Sydney’s lower north coast.

According to The Daily Telegraphthe couple bought their new architecturally designed home in Mosman after selling their old home in the same area for $4.95 million last year.

Their new pad is every entertainer’s dream with a large yard, manicured outdoor patios and a swimming pool.

Inside Cooper Cronk and Tara Rushton's New Family Home: NRL Star and His TV Presenter Wife Spent $8.75 Million on a Home on Sydney's Lower North Shore

Inside Cooper Cronk and Tara Rushton’s New Family Home: NRL Star and His TV Presenter Wife Spent $8.75 Million on a Home on Sydney’s Lower North Shore

The path also has four bedrooms, a fireplace in the living room, and beautiful floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

The house was designed by architect Luigi Rosselli.

It was reported last year that former NRL star Cooper, 38, who played for the Sydney Roosters, sold his Melbourne mansion for $1,441 million – more than double the amount he paid for it nearly 16 years ago.

Their new pad (pictured) is an entertainer's dream with a large yard, manicured outdoor patios and a pool

Their new pad (pictured) is an entertainer’s dream with a large yard, manicured outdoor patios and a pool

The path also has four bedrooms, a fireplace in the living room and beautiful floor-to-ceiling glass windows

The path also has four bedrooms, a fireplace in the living room and beautiful floor-to-ceiling glass windows

He handed over the two-bedroom, two-bathroom investment property in Richmond, just 2.5 miles from the CBD, to a young buyer on election day, the Herald Sun reported.

The 38-year-old Maroon legend had bought the house for $579,000 in October 2006, when he was a star player for the Melbourne Storm.

In July 2021, Cooper and Tara, 37, sold their four-bedroom, two-bathroom family home near Balmoral Beach in Sydney for a reported $5 million.

The footy couple, who married in 2017, share two sons, Lennox, who will turn four in July, and Harley, who recently had his first birthday.

It was reported last year that former NRL star Cooper, 38, who played for the Sydney Roosters, sold his Melbourne mansion for $1,441 million - more than double the amount he paid for it nearly 16 years ago (pictured is it mansion)

It was reported last year that former NRL star Cooper, 38, who played for the Sydney Roosters, sold his Melbourne mansion for $1,441 million – more than double the amount he paid for it nearly 16 years ago (pictured is it mansion)

Their new home was designed by architect Luigi Rosselli

Their new home was designed by architect Luigi Rosselli

Cooper retired from the NRL in 2019 after appearing in a record three consecutive major finals games, and now lives full-time in Sydney with his wife, presenter Tara.

Tara recently switched from Fox Sports to 10 Sports to lead coverage of Australian rules football.

She previously told The Daily Telegraph that she is fortunate to have a partner who supports her career aspirations.

“I’m lucky enough to have a partner that allows me to fulfill my passion professionally…we make a pretty good team.”

Cooper retired from the NRL in 2019 after appearing in a record three consecutive major finals games, and now lives full-time in Sydney with his wife, presenter Tara

Cooper retired from the NRL in 2019 after appearing in a record three consecutive major finals games, and now lives full-time in Sydney with his wife, presenter Tara

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