Rugby league legend Scott Prince is tackling the property market, listing his Carrara house for sale.
The former Gold Coast Titans captain and wife Kristy will try their luck at auction in a bid to sell their four-bedroom waterfront house.
The pair plan to purchase two new properties, one in Brisbane and another on the Gold Coast, to better juggle their work commitments.
Prince is currently working with the Brisbane Broncos and their indigenous programs following a long rugby career.
Born and raised in Mt Isa, Prince played for the North Queensland Cowboys, Brisbane Broncos, West Tigers, Gold Coast Titans, indigenous All Stars and the QLD State of Origin Maroons during his career.
However, his wife works full time on the Gold Coast and their two teenager daughters attend school locally.
“The girls love the school and we don’t want to uproot them and of course we all love the Gold Coast lifestyle,” Prince said.
“This literally was our dream home that we designed and built with Adenbrook Homes — I am sure it will easily become someone else’s dream home.
“Being on the water is what the Gold Coast is all about, it’s a great family home and also a great spot for entertaining.”
The Prince’s purchased the original house for $1.3 million in 2008.
They knocked it down and rebuilt in 2012 after doing extensive ground works to elevate the block.
It features a pool, waterfront entertainment area, media room, an open-plan design and city skyline and hinterland views.
The property is listed with Scott Euler and Nicola Buchanan of @realty and is set to go under the hammer on June 8.
“These north-facing blocks at Garden Grove are highly coveted on prestigious Main River,” Mr Euler said.
“The extra large block size (1424sq m) and recently built home make the most of this premier location.”
The house has been the site of a fence feud between Prince and his neighbours, with criminal charges laid after the next door residents cut down palings.
The neighbours were forced to pay more than $2000 towards a new fence and one was charged with wilful damage.