Former Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Cayless has sold in Pennant Hills

Former Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Cayless has sold in Pennant Hills
Former Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Cayless has sold in Pennant Hills

The former long-time Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Cayless and his wife Erin have relocated in the Hills district.

Having sold their West Pennant Hills home for $2.12 million, the couple have settled on a home in nearby Glenhaven.

They've spent $1.56 million on a custom-designed home which had a $1.5 million price guide.

Offered for the first time since built in the late 1980s, their new family home comes with split level layout.

Wrapped in a verandah, it has a number of alfresco entertaining spaces.

Slate tiles, internal brickwork and timber panelling feature throughout the four bedroom home.

Earlier this year the couple sold their West Pennant Hills home for $2.12 million through Stone Hills District agents Jane Booty and Viv Mylott. 

Set on 1690 sqm, the 1990s built home had five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a rumpus room.

The renovations to the home were undertaken before Erin started the Three Birds Renovation team with her best friends Lana Taylor and Bonnie Hindmarsh. Erin is the operations director.

The couple bought the home for $1,025,000, two years before Nathan hung up his boots. He now coaches Eels feeder club Wentworthville Magpies and is the New Zealand national team assistant manager.

Nathan Cayless played 259 games for the Eels over a 13 year career.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Morning Telegraph.

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