Jarryd Hayne lists pink Paddington terrace

Jarryd Hayne lists pink Paddington terrace
Jarryd Hayne lists pink Paddington terrace

The Titans recruit Jarryd Hayne has listed his Paddington investment property, possibly to reinvest the proceeds into the Gold Coast.

He's set to make a big gain as the home comes with a $3.25 million asking price through OurEstates agent Adam Regan.

The home had been a two bedroom, one bathroom property when Hayne bought it for $1,315,000 in 2013, before its rebuild.

Architect Dickson Rothschild submitted plans for its conversion into three bedroom with three bathroom including an attic installation.

It comes with a chef style entertainers' kitchen flowing to an extensive outdoor entertaining space with large built in barbecue.

The overwhelming feature is the use of bright pink including a feature wall in the lounge and the bbq cupboard.

The bright pink front door also makes the dark grey home unmissable from the street. 

The terrace has been styled ahead of its marketing - so doesn't necessarily show Hayne's living preferences who has never lived there.

The kitchen bench comes with The Broadsheet Sydney Cook Book next to the cooktop, though certainly not thumbed by Hayne.

The listing photos show an empty wine storage fridge too.

Hayne's property portfolio has always been in the trendy inner city suburbs, with well timed acquisitions.

Paddington's median price has recently been on the way up to a record $1.85 million, compared to its $1.3 million median when Hayne bought three years ago.

The versatile footy star had lived in St Peters before selling the family home for $995,000 to fund his NFL dream last year.

He made a tidy profit last year on the home that cost him $527,500 in 2007, way back when he was a 19-year old rookie at the Eels.

Hayne, who played 176 games for Parramatta before heading overseas, also spent $388,750 on a Umina home for his mother in 2010.  

He has a Darlinghurst rental property which cost $1,585,000 in 2013 when he was still at the Parramatta Eels.

Paddington’s houses are selling for on average of 55 days on market, according to CoreLogic.

This article was first published in the Daily Telegraph.

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