Former NRL star Bradley Clyde lists in Sylvania Waters

Former NRL star Bradley Clyde lists in Sylvania Waters
Former NRL star Bradley Clyde lists in Sylvania Waters

The former rugby league champion Bradley Clyde is selling his resort style family home at Sylvania Waters.

Bradley, the only player to have twice won the Clive Churchill medal as the best player in the grand final, bought the contemporary four bedroom, three bathroom home in 2014 for $1.6 million.

The property, 22 Hampton Road Sylvania Waters, features an in-ground pool and has been listed through Nigel McAllister of McGrath Sylvania who has $1.6 million plus hopes for its December 12 auction. 

Widely considered as one of the best forwards in the game, Bradley had a long and fruitful career at club level as well as representing Australia 19 times.

Born and raised in Canberra he spent most of his career at the Canberra Raiders before moving to Canterbury to represent the Bulldogs.

After a year in Canterbury he moved to England to finish his playing career with Leeds Rhinos.

Clyde moved into management soon after retiring and spent seven years with Canterbury Bulldogs before being sacked.

Clyde is an inductee to the Australian Capital Territory sporting hall of fame.

He currently works as a business development executive for Australia's leading business process outsource company Chandler, however he still is part of the NRL set up as a match review committee and anti-doping tribunal member.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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