Former Socceroo Jason Culina lists Lindfield project

Former Socceroo Jason Culina lists Lindfield project
Title TattleDecember 7, 2020

Former Socceroo turned property developer Jason Culina and his interior designer wife Terri are selling a Lindfield project they haven’t quite got around to doing.

They’re listing the property, which they bought for $2.35 million last year, along with plans for a modern five-bedroom home with a pool, cabanas — and even a soccer field.

A five-bedroom 1920s home currently sits on the 1355 square metre parcel of land.

Stone Real Estate Lindfield agent Steven Kourdis has a guide of $2.5 million for the October 25 auction.

Culina, who played 58 games for the Socceroos including the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, has previously carried out a couple of projects in Putney.

Jason and Terri renovated their 200-year-old colonial mansion Denham Court in 2012, having paid $1.2 million, and selling two years later for $1,725,000.

The proceeds took them to Putney, where they spent $1.77 million on a Victorian-style, five-bedroom home. They renovated it and sold it for $3.48 million in 2017.

Culina began his football career at Sydney United under his father Branko Culina, then spent nine years in Europe before returning to Australia.

After retiring in 2013, he and Terri founded property staging and styling website 80 Spaces, then the Culina Design Group. 

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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