Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson offloads Waverley home at auction

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Trent Robinson has sold in Waverley. Picture: Brett Costello

Sydney Roosters head coach Trent Robinson and wife Sandra scored $2.51 million when their Waverley home went to auction on Saturday.

Phillips Pantzer Donnelley agent Debbie Donnelley had been marketing the home with a price guide of $2.3 million.

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The home had a price guide of $2.3 million.

The three-bedroom property is on 210sqm.

But keen interest from five bidders saw auctioneer Damien Cooley knock it down to the last bidding entrant, a young first-home buyer couple who bid up from their $2.485 million initial offer.

The Robinsons intend to trade up in the eastern suburbs, looking to move closer to the beach.

The Waverley home was bought for $1,815,000 in 2014, a year after Robinson took the top job at the club.

They bought the home in 2014.

Bordering Clovelly, the two-level, three-bedroom home on 210sqm has two living areas separated by a new kitchen.

Robinson met Sandra, from the French village of Montrabe, while coaching with Toulouse and Catalans. They returned to Australia in 2013.

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