Gold Coast Titans player Corey Thompson kicking property goals

Gold Coast Titans winger Corey Thompson has quietly snapped up a beach house on the northern Gold Coast.
The 31-year-old professional rugby league football player, who signed with the Titans in mid-2020, dropped $1.13 million on the house at Biggera Waters.
He bought the property with his partner Lily Walker.
Corey Thompson of the Titans in action. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
A Bali hut completes the pool area.
“It was the pool that got us over the line,” Thompson said.
“The house is also beautifully renovated.
“Everything is brand new and white with the original timber floors.”
Corey Thompson plays for the Gold Coast Titans. (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)
The view from the pool back to the home.
Thompson sold his townhouse in Pimpama, which he bought in early 2021.
“Selling the Pimpama townhouse gave us the opportunity to move further south and get a nice house near the water,” Thompson said.
“Its near the beach and it’s also near where I train at Parkwood.
“My partner is also a physio at Parkwood and we’re both only nine minutes to work.”
The kitchen and living area.
The sale settles later this month and was handled by Phillis Real Estate agent Adam Phillis.
“Corey is just excited to move in and enjoy it,” Mr Phillis said.
“You honestly don’t need to do anything to it.”
The living area.
The seller, Mr Phillis said, is an avid Titans supporter who couldn’t believe a player had bought his property.
“The seller is one of the Titans’ biggest fans,” Mr Phillis said.
“He goes to the games and watches them when they play on the Coast
“He was over the moon to see his property go to Corey Thompson.”
The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a pool, Bali hut and lush gardens.
Thompson previously played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Wests Tigers in the NRL.

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