Nate Myles’ life decisions trifecta: Retirement, baby and new home

first_imgNice setup out back. League star Nate Myles retired from the NRL in November last year. Picture: Peter WallisRUGBY league superstar Nate Myles has gone for the life decisions trifecta — fresh into his retirement, he became a new daddy last week and this week put the family home on the market.The ex-Maroons tough guy and wife former Home and Away star Tessa James have been married for just over six years, about a third of which was spent in and out of treatment centres as she battled cancer.Last week James announced the arrival of their first child, marking the occasion via an Instagram post of Myles pushing a pram captioned “as soon as i saw you i knew a grand adventure was about to happen — winnie the pooh”.Nate Myles and Tessa James have just had their first child. Picture: @natemyles/Instagram. Spoiler alert: They haven’t said if their baby is male or female but I see pink.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe day after giving birth last week Tessa James carried the Commonwealth Games Baton in Melbourne. Picture: Nicole Garmston.Now in remission, with a baby in hand and Myles retirement well underway, the couple has upped the ante putting their Palm Beach home on the market.Myles, who announced his retirement from the NRL in mid-November last year, put his four bedroom lowset beach home on the market this week.The two bathroom, double car garage home was built in 1970 and described as having a relaxed beach atmosphere within walking distance of Palm Beach and Tallebudgeera Creek.That is a pristine kitchen.center_img Bright and airy master.Three years ago Myles had put it up for rent at $790 a week, much more than the current median rent in the area of $600 a week.The home, which is being marketed by Troy Dowker of Ray White Mermaid Beach is set to go under the hammer at 6pm on Wednesday March 14.Palm Beach has seen a surge in demand in the last five years with prices rising 65.3 per cent in that time.Homes in the suburb tend to sell within 35 days.FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img

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