QUEENSLAND rugby union export Quade Cooper is trying to put down roots on the Gold Coast after promoting his home in Brisbane earlier this yr.
The previous Wallabies star and Queensland Reds playmaker bought his Bulimba pad to a Melbourne couple for $2.2 million in March, however it’s nonetheless awaiting settlement.
The rugby star, at the moment in Japan for a second season with rugby union outfit the Kintetsu Extra information
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Native property agent Ed Cherry, of Sophie Carter Unique Properties, confirmed he has been exhibiting Cooper a spread of excessive finish beachside actual property in latest months.
“He would really like one thing new, close to the seaside,” Mr Cherry says.
“We’ve checked out fairly just a few properties from Burleigh to Currumbin.
“It’s only a matter of ready for the appropriate one to come back alongside.”
Brisbane agent Michael Bacon of Place property company, who bought Cooper’s Bulimba house, stated the rugby star had not dismissed Brisbane as a house base.
“He’s after one thing with a bit extra land and area for his household and has been trying in locations like Coorparoo and Camp Hill, however he hasn’t dominated out shopping for in Bulimba once more both.”
Cooper has been coaching in Brisbane alongside the likes of Broncos ahead Tevita Pangai Jnr for a lot of this yr after main sporting competitions had been worn out because of the COVID-19 disaster.
The break doesn’t seem to have completed the 32-year-old any hurt.
Alongside a constant coaching regime, Cooper credit his exceptionally lean kind to a bulk weight loss program of meat and seafood whereas reducing out greens, fruit and carbohydrates.
Past an enviable set of washboard abs, the pandemic interval has additionally gifted Cooper a lot valued time with household and mates, numerous it spent on the Gold Coast.
“Since I used to be 17 I’ve been travelling non cease and while you’re house you’re not truly house,” Cooper shared along with his 485,000 followers on Instagram in September.
“Spending time with my household felt a bit surreal and I loved each half.”