Wallaby Quade Cooper tries again to sell Brisbane home

Wallaby Quade Cooper tries again to sell Brisbane home
Wallaby Quade Cooper tries again to sell Brisbane home

The now Melbourne-based rugby star Quade Cooper is attempting to offload his Bulimba home having failed to find a buyer first time around.

He's now asking for offers in the low to mid $2 millions through a different agency, having previously failed late last year when asking $2.65 million after its failed auction.

New agent Michael Bacon from Place Kangaroo Point Instagram messaged Cooper to tell him he could sell the home after it had been on the market for four months with another agency.

Cooper, now playing with the Melbourne Rebels, bought the 2006-built home for $1,845,000 in 2015 when he was with the Queensland Reds.

It got a facelift in 2017 by Graya Constructions.

Set on 445 square metres, the home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a pool and a 12 metre marina berth on the Brisbane River.

Cooper lived in the property with his girlfriend, former Miss Universe Australia Laura Dundovic.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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