Fainga'a brothers offload Brisbane land parcel

Fainga'a brothers offload Brisbane land parcel
Fainga'a brothers offload Brisbane land parcel

Rugby union brothers Anthony and Saia Fainga'a have offloaded a Brisbane land parcel.

The near 700 square metre Windsor block on WILSTON Hill with views to the city fetched $1.58 million.

The brothers bought the property for $1,031,000 and demolished the old two bedroom home (above) to create the level block.

Ray White New Farm agent Meaghan Bakker sold the land which came with architect designed plans for two three level homes. It was sold to a local builder.

It's the second piece of Brisbane real estate the brothers have sold in the last year.

The pair built then sold a five bedroom Seven Hills home for $1.17 million mid-last year, having paid $432,500 for the 415 square metre block in 2014.

Saia, who is playing for UK-based club London Irish, says he want to focus on property full-time when his career ends.

Anthony is turning out for Brumbies in Canberra where the brothers are investing in the development of 19 townhouses.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian. 

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