Glenn Lazarus


Former NRL star Glenn Lazarus has recently sold his spacious residence in Mount Ommaney for a modest sum. Situated at 9 Tiara Close, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom house fetched $2.321 million, boasting one of the largest plots in the area spanning 2,461 square meters.

Glenn Lazarus has sold his Mount Ommaney home

Lazarus, renowned for his sporting achievements, reminisced about the serene location of his former home, which neighbored coaching greats Wayne Bennett and was in proximity to fellow players Allan Langer, Kevin Walters, and Wendell Sailor. Reflecting on his three decades of residency, Lazarus expressed mixed emotions about parting with a property laden with cherished memories of raising his family.

The home at 9 Tiara Close, Mount Ommaney was built 30 years ago.

Having originally built the residence thirty years ago, Lazarus and his wife, Tess Sanders-Lazarus, have now relocated back to Canberra, where his illustrious sporting journey commenced. The decision to return to Canberra was deeply rooted in familial ties and nostalgia, particularly given his close friendships forged during his time with the Brisbane Broncos.

The luxurious swimming pool includes starting blocks from the pool from which Australia’s Olympians won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

The property, which features a luxurious swimming pool boasting starting blocks from the Sydney 2000 Olympics, epitomizes tranquility and exclusivity, according to Sanders-Lazarus. The couple acknowledged the uniqueness of their former abode, emphasizing its serene ambiance and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and river.

9 Tiara Close, Mount Ommaney contains a Smeg equipped kitchen with butlers’ pantry and vast island bench

Sales agent Alex Jordan of McGrath Estate Agents, Paddington, highlighted the property’s appeal as an ideal family home in a secluded cul-de-sac within the burgeoning suburb of Mount Ommaney. Jordan emphasized the area’s historical significance and its potential for growth, suggesting that buyers are increasingly recognizing the value of investing in the neighborhood.

Bright and airy.

As Lazarus and Sanders-Lazarus bid farewell to their beloved home, they expressed a desire for the next occupants to experience the same joy and create their own cherished memories in the idyllic surroundings.