NRL STAR and former Gold Coast Titans player Bryce Cartwright has put his million-dollar home up for rent after it failed to sell.
The 25-year-old recently agreed to terms on a contract with the Parramatta Eels for the 2021 season after relocating to NSW with his wife Shanelle and their two children, Koa and Naia.
The Titans released Cartwright from his contract in September, reportedly worth $450,000, with the club saying they had concerns for the second-rower’s welfare.
Cartwright put the three-storey property in Highview Court in Currumbin on the Gold Coast, on the market via an ‘urgent auction’, just days after leaving the Titans in September.
The home is now advertised for sale for offers over $1.095 million and for rent for $1200 a week with Harcourts Coastal – Broadbeach.
Records show the footy star and his wife bought the home in 2018 for $1.295 million.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, which has views of the ocean as well as the Surfers Paradise skyline, was only built in 2018.
The master-bedroom has its own private balcony as well as floor to ceiling windows, while the second storey has a separate courtyard and study.
There’s also a pool in the backyard.
The anti-vaxxer made headlines in May when he was granted permission to play despite refusing a mandatory influenza vaccination under the NRL’s return-to-play regulations.