Wallabies star Michael Hooper has purchased his first residence with spouse Kate Howard.
The transfer comes after Hooper, the Wallabies Bledisloe Cup captain, bought his Fairlight cottage for $2.51m this month.
The couple have now purchased a designer four-bedroom residence in Manly, having paid $2,655,000.
It was marketed as that includes Twenties craftsmanship with inside city stylish by its Clarke & Humel promoting brokers Michael Clarke and Cherie Humel, the promoting duo who bought his Fairlight residence.
The house, which had been listed on the market between $2.55m and $2.75m in July, underwent an in depth renovation in 2016 which retained its sculpted arch entrance corridor, rosette ceilings and timber flooring.
The rear backyard comes with outside seaside bathe on the 180sq m block not removed from Manly seaside.
Hooper, 29, grew to become the youngest Wallaby to play 100 Assessments within the opening recreation of the Bledisloe Cup in opposition to New Zealand, having made his debut in 2012.