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NRL star Brian To’o buys his parents $860,000 house in Sydney: ‘Dreams come true’

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NRL star Brian To’o buys his parents $860,000 house in Sydney: ‘Dreams come true’

  • Penrith Panthers star Brian To’o bought his first house and gave it to his parents
  • He bought the three-bedroom house in Ropes Crossing, Sydney, for $859,100
  • To’o made his State of Origin debut last year and used that money for a down payment

A 24-year-old NRL star has just bought his first house and given it to his parents.

Penrith Panthers star Brian To’o bought a three-bedroom house in Ropes Crossing, near Penrith in western Sydney, for $859,100 to give to his parents, Fati and Fale.

To’o shared the exciting news on his Instagram, writing: “I started this journey to give back to my parents for all their hard work and dedication to making sure me and siblings had everything we needed.

24-year-old NRL star Brian To’o bought his first house in western Sydney and gave it to his parents, Fati and Fale (To’o and his parents pictured above)

To'o (above) has represented the Panthers in 67 games since his 2019 debut and first played with the NSW Blues for State of Origin last year

To’o (above) has represented the Panthers in 67 games since his 2019 debut and first played with the NSW Blues for State of Origin last year

“I am so grateful to have these two wonderful people in my life.

‘Dreams come from children. Work hard, stay humble and put your heart into it, and you can achieve anything.

“Welcome to your new home, Mom and Dad.”

The house stands on 275 sqm of land and was bought on the market through the local Ray White agent Vedant Agrawal.

The 275 sq. ft. plot of land previously sold in 2013 for $419,500 before construction of the three-bedroom home began

The 275 sq. ft. plot of land previously sold in 2013 for $419,500 before construction of the three-bedroom home began

It previously sold for $419,500 in 2013 before construction on the home began.

‘Perfectly positioned in a quiet and peaceful street, this 3 bedroom single storey residence offers a turnkey family lifestyle for homeowners or investors,’ the listing reads.

‘Located in a quiet and private street, this home has it all.’

Growing up in Mount Druitt, in western Sydney, To’o made his State of Origin debut last year.

He used the pay from the series to make a down payment on the house.

To’o has represented the Panthers in 67 games since his 2019 debut, including in the team’s 2021 Grand Final victory.

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