NRL legend Jim Dymock secures pre-auction Maroubra sale

NRL legend Jim Dymock secures pre-auction Maroubra sale
NRL legend Jim Dymock secures pre-auction Maroubra sale

NRL legend Jim Dymock has secured the pre-auction sale of the longtime Maroubra home he shares with wife Leah.

They’re now set to relocate to the Gold Coast, where Dymock has been tasked with fixing the Titans’ leaky defence.

The Titans finished bottom of the ladder last season with the worst defence, conceding an average 27 points per game.

Dymock bought the coastal 1980s home for $720,000 in 1998 when he was playing with Parramatta Eels, where he spent most of his career.

He also had stints with the Western Suburbs and then the Canterbury Bulldogs.

He finished his on-field career in the UK at the London Broncos.

The four-bedroom 1980s-built home, updated over his ownership, spans two levels on its 230 square metre block. 

It had a pre-auction guide of $2 million through PRD agent Corrinne Oslen, meaning it is priced slightly under the suburb median for a four-bedroom home, which realestate.com.au puts at $2.2 million.

It did sell for an “outstanding price”.

Dymock has been travelling back and forth since his Titans appointment, having previously been assistant coach at Cronulla.

They will initially lease on the Gold Coast rather than buy.

This article was first published in The Sunday Telegraph.  

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