Triple M radio host Greg 'Marto' Martin sells 'party home' for $3.17million

    [ad_1]

    Triple M radio host and former Wallaby Greg ‘Marto’ Martin sells five-bedroom ‘party home’ complete with rugby goalposts for $3.17million

    Triple M Brisbane radio host and former rugby union fullback Greg ‘Marto’ Martin has sold his home of 24 years at auction for $3.17million.

    The fully restored, five-bedroom Queenslander in Brisbane’s Newmarket was famous for being a ‘party house’ and even has a set of rugby goalposts in the backyard.

    The property sold to a local family, marketing agent Alistair Macmillan of Ray White Wilston told realestate.com.au on Tuesday. 

    Going, going, gone: Triple M Brisbane radio host and former rugby union fullback Greg'Marto' Martin has sold his home of 24 years at auction for $3.17million

    Going, going, gone: Triple M Brisbane radio host and former rugby union fullback Greg ‘Marto’ Martin has sold his home of 24 years at auction for $3.17million

    The two-storey hilltop home sits on a huge 1,346-square-metre block.

    It’s also conveniently located just five kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD.

    Greg has a special connection to the home, having spent two decades personally renovating it and raising his two children there.

    ‘This is the only home they’ve known,’ he said of his kids, both of whom are now in their early twenties.

    Sold! The fully restored, five-bedroom Queenslander in Brisbane's Newmarket was famous for being a'party house' and even has a set of rugby goalposts in the backyard. Pictured: Marto

    Sold! The fully restored, five-bedroom Queenslander in Brisbane’s Newmarket was famous for being a ‘party house’ and even has a set of rugby goalposts in the backyard. Pictured: Marto

    Location: The two-storey hilltop home sits on a huge 1,346-square-metre block, and is also conveniently located just five kilometres from Brisbane's CBD

    Location: The two-storey hilltop home sits on a huge 1,346-square-metre block, and is also conveniently located just five kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD

    Weddings, parties, anything! Martin also described the place as'a real party house,' having hosted multiple milestone celebrations, including four 21sts and a wedding

    Weddings, parties, anything! Martin also described the place as ‘a real party house,’ having hosted multiple milestone celebrations, including four 21sts and a wedding

    Martin also described the place as ‘a real party house,’ having hosted multiple milestone celebrations, including four 21sts and a wedding.

    The radio presenter and his wife, Cath, share two children together, daughter Hilary, 22, and son Harry, 21.

    Greg earned nine Wallabies caps in 1989 and 1990.

    In addition to hosting The Big Breakfast with Margaux Parker, he has also served as a commentator for Fox Sports Rugby Union.

    Sad farewell: Greg has a special connection to the home, having spent two decades personally renovating it and raising his two children there

    Sad farewell: Greg has a special connection to the home, having spent two decades personally renovating it and raising his two children there

    Advertisement

    [ad_2]

    Previous articleSatellite images of Iran nuclear site raise alarms as IAEA meets in Vienna
    Next articleJordan Henderson weighs in on England fans booing ahead of Euro 2020

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here