Aidan Sezer of the Canberra Raiders in action against the Warriors in Canberra.
Canberra Raiders star Aidan Sezer, who penned a new deal during the season to keep him in the national capital until 2020, is set to sell his Hammondville property in Sydney’s west.
The Bankstown born five eighth paid $900,000 for the renovated 1985 built home.
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Canberra Raiders star Aidan Sezer’s Hammondville property in Sydney’s west.
The modern kitchen.
The two level family home with six bedrooms, three living spaces and two north facing balconies has been a rental while Sezer has been playing in Canberra.
A rear alfresco entertaining area with covered spa overlooks the gardens on the 560 sqm block.
Not a bad place to watch the game.
NG Farah Coogee agent and former NRL player Beau Champion and Joe Recep are marketing the home for a November 25 auction.
The median for houses in Hammondville in the last year was $780,000 based on 27 home sales, after 10 per cent compound annual growth rate over the past five years.
Raiders player Aidan Sezer will be at the Raiders until 2020.
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Sezer, 27, joined the Raiders in 2016 and has played over 100 NRL matches for both the Raiders and Titans since making his debut in 2012.