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Todd Carney has secured council approval for an extension to his Gold Coast house. Supply: Peter Wallis


It’s a busy time for brand spanking new mother and father, former NRL unhealthy boy Todd Carney and MAFS star Susie Bradley, who’ve secured council approval for an extension to their newly acquired Gold Coast house.

The couple, who’ve celebrated the start of son Lion a month in the past, are set so as to add inner house to the their house at Benowa, not removed from the Nerang River.

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Susie Bradley and Todd Carney. Supply: Instagram


Supplied Editorial 3 Arbuthnot Parade, Benowa Waters, Qld 4217

The couple will add round 34sqm to the house.


The paperwork advises they’re including 34 sqm to the primary ground at a price of round $50,000.

The couple, who’re planning their wedding ceremony having received engaged in October, grabbed the keys to the two-storey house late final 12 months for $1.07m. It was the second time the four-bedroom house had bought in 2020 having bought at $960,000 only a few months earlier.

The late Nineties-built house, that sits on a 600 sqm ­holding, has two dwelling areas, a stacked stone characteristic wall, a media room and workplace.

Supplied Editorial 3 Arbuthnot Parade, Benowa Waters, Qld 4217

Supplied Editorial 3 Arbuthnot Parade, Benowa Waters, Qld 4217

The posh house has a pleasant yard.


Bradley has a magnificence clinic enterprise at Jimboomba.

Carney, now a concreter after enjoying for the Raiders, Sharks and Roosters in addition to within the UK Tremendous League, had been a eager Sydney property investor, however his properties have been bought in his transfer north.

Carney did nicely when he bought three flats final 12 months. He secured $1.4m for an house purchased in 2010 at $880,000. A Waverley unit purchased for $607,000 in 2011 fetched $905,500. His Sans Souci funding fetched $600,500 having paid $460,000 off the plan in 2012.

He has additionally purchased a Queensland funding, paying $222,000 at Theodore, west of Bundaberg, for a three-bedroom house, ­beforehand traded at $238,000 in 2015. It has turn out to be a $350-a-week rental.

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