Brisbane Broncos’ 24-year-old centre Kotoni Staggs has taken on a brand new place this Spring, together with his first ever tenants paying $800 per week to name him landlord.
His “beautiful” first dwelling – purchased in Higher Kedron for $930,000 two years in the past or about $230,000 greater than his estimated $700,000 a season wage – was snapped up by renters in lower than a month of itemizing.
The 4 bed room home got here on the rental market after Mr Staggs purchased a five-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Hendra at public sale for $1.71m.
He obtained the $800 per week rental worth he was asking, with bond set at $3,200 and the property out there from September 14.
When Mr Staggs purchased the Higher Kedron property throughout the pandemic, it had cedar shutters, a treed yard, with followers and curler blinds in all bedrooms. The kitchen, household and eating areas had been all open plan, with a big stroll in pantry, mature gardens and nice avenue enchantment, based on a list by brokers Century 21 On-line.
The house has a double lockup drive-through storage which provides entry to the yard and a big concrete space “excellent for people who have a camper trailer, tinny or jet ski that may be saved away from the entrance of this stunning dwelling”.