Brisbane Broncos skipper Darius Boyd relists Hendra home

Brisbane Broncos skipper Darius Boyd relists Hendra home
Brisbane Broncos skipper Darius Boyd relists Hendra home

Having moved on to their next project at nearby Paddington, Brisbane Broncos captain Darius Boyd and his wife Kayla have relisted their near-new Hendra home.

They've called in Ray White New Farm's Matt Lancashire to sell the home that failed to sell when asking for offers in the early $2 millions, then $1.99 million, with McGrath.

Their French Bulldog Boss features in the marketing.

It was built two years ago after the Boyd's commissioned Base Architecture and builder Graya Constructions to create the four bedroom home with jet black exterior.

Boyd recently spent $1,205,000 on an original 1930s cottage, with plans revealed by local architect Joe Adsett for a bright two-level home dubbed the Hitup House. Graya will again build the home.

"This courtyard style home will be one of the first of its kind built in Paddington," Adsett architects advised.

The 32 year old captain also recently offloaded his Tungan, Gold Coast investment for $460,000.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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