Former Eels captain Nathan Cayless selling West Pennant Hills home

Former Eels captain Nathan Cayless selling West Pennant Hills home
Former Eels captain Nathan Cayless selling West Pennant Hills home

The former Parramatta Eel captain Nathan Cayless, the new assistant coach of the New Zealand rugby league side, and his wife Erin have listed their five bedroom West Pennant Hills home.

The couple bought the home in 2008, two years before Nathan retired having captained more NRL games than any other player.

Stone Hills District agents Jane Booty and Viv Mylott are marketing the cul-de-sac property as a family entertainer with contemporary excellence.

It sits on 1690 square metres with a heated pool overlooking an alfresco entertaining space with outdoor kitchen.

The renovations to the 1990-built home were done six years ago, two years before Erin joined besties, and busy mums, Lana Taylor and Bonnie Hindmarsh to form the Three Birds renovation team where she is the operations director. 

They are set to stay locally.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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