Wallabies star Jordan Petaia has achieved victory again – this time off the field.
At only 22 years of age, the rugby player has dropped $1.78 million on a renovated three-bedroom home in Brisbane’s West End.
According to PriceFinder, the athlete – who currently plays for the Queensland Reds – secured the property in June.
It’s not his first purchase, with Petaia having purchased a home in Brisbane’s Fairfield for $790,000 back in 2020.
The West End abode contains two bathrooms and a two-car garage, and is in a prime spot, just 2km from the Central Business Direct.
Petaia will be able to entertain his teammates with the home’s open-plan layout, covered patio and manicured lawn.
There’s also ample privacy for the athletes with the home set amongst lush greenery.
Should he wish to cook up a feast, the property also boasts a modern kitchen with a statement island bench.
Interiors take on a contemporary feel with timber floorboards, whitewashed walls, high ceilings and French Doors that lead out onto the deck.
Born and raised in Brisbane, Petaia is a star on the rise.
He has worn the Wallabies’ jersey 16 times to-date and is widely tipped to represent Australia at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor