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Stephen Moore, Wallabies, Super Rugby, Order of Australia, Graceville, Paddington, historic home

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RUGBY union legend Stephen Moore, and his wife Courtney, have sold their new Paddington pad for $3 million.

Records show the former Wallabies’ captain offloaded the modern masterpiece at 98 Howard Street late last year.

The house was designed by Tim Stewart Architects and built by Graya Construction, and turned heads with its striking, black and white design.

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The rebuild of the original two-bedroom worker’s cottage on the site is understood to have cost upwards of $1 million.

On the high side of Howard St, the property has five bedrooms over three levels and boasts panoramic views of the city.

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Features include a cellar, PGH brickwork, concrete Caesarstone benches and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances.

Moore has several other properties in Brisbane, including a house in Red Hill and units in South Brisbane and Alderley.

The 35-year-old retired from international rugby in 2017 and from Super Rugby at the end of 2018.

He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2019 for his service to rugby union and charitable organisations.