Retired NRL star Nate Myles lists former Gold Coast home

Retired NRL star Nate Myles lists former Gold Coast home
Retired NRL star Nate Myles lists former Gold Coast home

The retired NRL star Nate Myles has listed the Gold Coast house he once called home.

Myles bought the Palm Beach home on arrival at the Gold Coast Titans in 2011, about one month before marrying former Home And Away actor Tessa James.

The couple left the Gold Coast when he signed with the Sea Eagles for the 2016 season then moved to Melbourne once he signed with the Storm.

The 32-year-old prop managed only three games at the Storm before deciding to hang up his boots late last year.

Myles and James are still based in Melbourne and have just had a baby, who is yet to be publicly named. The baby is just over a week old and has already been papped. 

Proud mum Tessa quoted Winnie the Pooh on Instagram: “As soon as I saw you I knew a grand adventure was about to happen,” she posted.

Their former Gold Coast home sits on 505 square metres just off Awonga Lake near Tallebudgera Beach. 

It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a number of living spaces across a single level.

A covered entertaining area overlooks a pool with water feature.

Ray White Mermaid Beach agent Troy Dowker is marketing the home for auction on March 14. No price guide has been given but it ought to fetch well above the suburb’s $880,000 median price for a four-bedroom home.

Myles retains a penthouse apartment south of Brisbane in Moorooka, as well as an apartment in Kedron, to the north. 

The three-bedroom penthouse, built in 2015, cost Myles $540,000 in 2016.

He has previously owned an apartment in Cronulla and one in Maroubra.

He sold the two-bedroom Cronulla apartment in 2013 for $536,000, having paid $460,000 in 2006. He sold the two-bedroom Maroubra apartment in the same year. It fetched $905,000.

Myles began his career at the Bulldogs in 2005 before joining the Roosters a year later. He spent four years with the club before moving to the Gold Coast.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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