Brisbane Broncos skipper signs new agent in bid to convert reno in to a sale
BRISBANE Broncos skipper Darius Boyd has made a captain’s call, trading real estate agents in a bid to sell his multimillion-dollar home.
The architecturally-designed stunner, which is owned by Boyd and his social media influencer wife Kayla, was listed with another agency earlier this year, but failed to sell.
But with the selling season heating up, the 32-year-old fullback has signed inner-city prestige agent Matt Lancashire of Ray White New Farm to convert the listing in to a sale.
And Mr Lancashire is confident of a win.
“This home takes inner city family living to new heights,” he said.
The house at 78 Harding Street was designed by Base Architecture and built for the Boyd family by award-winning development company, Graya Construction.
Located in Hendra, which is fast becoming one of the city’s most sought-after millionaire suburbs, the striking residence sits on a 650 sqm block.
Spread over two vast levels, the house has four bedrooms including a huge master suite that is separated from the three other first floor bedrooms by a bridge and voids.
It has a walk-in robe and a large ensuite.
There is also a study and a family bathroom located on the first floor.
It is on the ground floor that you will find the living areas, including the dining area, kitchen and living space, which opens on to an outdoor entertaining area with its own kitchen, sunken lounge, decks and pool.
Also on this floor is the dedicated media room with projector, a powder room and a two-car garage.
Other features include oak flooring, timber ceilings and original woodwork, plus contemporary touches of stone, marble and European tiles.
Mr Lancashire said the property “will sell” via an expressions of interest campaign.
The first open house is scheduled for 10am to 10.30am tomorrow.
“We have already reached out to our extensive database, had some interested parties through the house, and received significant interest from people who want to inspect it,” Mr Lancashire said.
“They include local Brisbane buyers and interstate and overseas buyers.
“I did 19 transactions last quarter, and six were bought by people from overseas and interstate so there is still buyers looking for this type of high-end property in the Brisbane market.”
Mr Lancashire said its location was also a drawcard for buyers looking to shift from other prestige suburbs like Ascot.
“Hendra is quiet, close to the airport, has wide, tree-lined streets, is low density with low traffic, good schools and its family friendly,” he said.
“In my opinion, Hendra is the suburb to watch.”