A home with strong rugby union credentials has hit the market again

first_imgThe home once owned by rugby union player Quade Cooper.AUSTRALIAN rugby star Quade Cooper’s second home has come back on the market, two years after he flipped it for $1.6 million.The five bedroom, three bathroom, two car garage house at 8 McDonald Street, Hawthorne, has seen some major changes happen in that time, as Brisbane’s southside saw a boom in interest.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The Queensland Reds’ player’s old backyard still has the “one of a kind” basketball halfcourt complete with custom graffiti art that he loved.But there is no doubting how much the area has surged with new neighbours in what used to be a vacant block off his backyard.The home was sold by Cooper in July 2015.The property is set to go to auction at 12.30pm on June 8.Agents Amaya Brookman and Darcy Lord of Place — Bulimba have the property open for inspection from noon to 12.30pm today.last_img