Wallaby legend Stephen Moore sells modern Paddington pad

Wallaby legend Stephen Moore sells modern Paddington pad
Wallaby legend Stephen Moore sells modern Paddington pad

The recently completed Paddington home of Wallabies legend Stephen Moore is under contract just a month after it hit the market.

It was a rundown 1930s cottage when the former Australian captain bought it in 2009 shortly after moving to the ACT to play for the Brumbies.

He began developing the home when he returned to Queensland, before his 2017 retirement.

He called on architect Tim Stewart and built by Graya Construction to create the ultra-modern home near Suncorp.

Wallaby legend Stephen Moore sells modern Paddington pad

Upon completion, Moore told the local paper it will be the family's forever home, but they decided they need more land for their two kids and are set to develop their 810 square metres in Bardon.

The Paddington home has five bedrooms and three bathrooms across its three levels.

The living space opens to the outdoor entertaining area, lawn, and pool.

The master wing, complete with ensuite and study nook, is accessed by a suspended bridge

Wallaby legend Stephen Moore sells modern Paddington pad

Ray White New Farm agents Matt Lancashire and Josh Brown marketed the property.

Following his retirement in 2017, Moore moved in to the corporate world.

He is currently the general manager for corporate and commercial at Australian cattle company The North Australian Pastoral Company.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.

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