Surfer in Ban­ga­low switch

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - REALESTATE -

PRO surfer Wade Goodall and wife Jane have found a buyer for their Ban­ga­low home, al­though the wave of strong sales ap­pears to be wan­ing in the Byron Bay hin­ter­land.

The prop­erty has fetched $950,000 hav­ing had an ini­tial $1,075,000 guide ahead of its early Au­gust auc­tion.

Goodall out­laid $300,000 on the 690sqm block in 2014 and then built a clas­sic Queens­lan­der.

The cou­ple pre­vi­ously had a 1980s beach house at Mof­fat Beach on the Sun­shine Coast in Queens­land. The mod­ern three-bed­room, two-bath­room home with tim­ber floors and fresh white decor fea­tures a rear and front ve­randa. McGrath Bal­lina agents Braden and An­drea Wal­ters sold the home for Wade, Jane and their two daugh­ters, who aren’t mov­ing that far. They’ve re­cently se­cured a larger block nearby where they are go­ing to a build an­other new house.

Goodall (in­set), who has been an am­bas­sador with skate­board­ing and surf­ing cloth­ing la­bel Vans, be­gan surf­ing af­ter watch­ing VHS videos that be­longed to his father. He stars in the surf movie Pas­sion Pop, which takes its name af­ter an ae­rial move he orig­i­nated.

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