Having just penned a new deal to stay at the Manly Sea Eagles until 2021, the second-row stalwart Curtis Sironen has bought again in the Ryde apartment market.
The Ryde local has spent $1.03 million in the Putney Hill project.
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The 85 sqm unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Putney Hill features landscaped grounds, and a three kilometre fitness track.
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Sironen started his career at the Wests Tigers in 2012, before leaving for Manly in 2016.
He is the son of Balmain Tigers legend Paul Sironen.
The move may be viewed with some skeptisim, after Ryde was named as the hardest hit suburb across Sydney in 2018.
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Annually, dwelling values have declined 13.5 percent.
Sironen played his junior football with the Dundas Shamrocks.
In the 2018 NRL season, Sironen only managed to feature in 4 games for Manly as he missed the majority of the year with a knee injury which required a reconstruction.
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