Brisbane Broncos captain Darius Boyd at training. Picture: Annette Dew.
Brisbane Broncos captain Darius Boyd at training. Picture: Annette Dew.

NRL star reveals new dream home

IF you've been wondering what Brisbane Broncos skipper Darius Boyd has been up to in the off-season, here's your answer.

The NRL star and his young family have been enjoying the fruits of their labour - having moved in to new digs in time for the start of the footy season.

The 30-year-old spared no expense creating a dream home in the north Brisbane suburb of Hendra for him and his wife, Kayla, and their toddler daughter, Willow.

And now fans have been treated to a sneak peek.

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Darius Boyd's new home in Hendra during the construction phase.
Darius Boyd's new home in Hendra during the construction phase.

When the footy star first bought the original three-bedroom house in Harding Street in June, 2016, it was a simple, post-war timber home in desperate need of a makeover.

But with the help of Base Architecture and the brothers behind Graya Construction, the property has undergone a massive renovation.

The result is a contemporary, black on black masterpiece, featuring quality timber finishes and striking glass panelling.

Darius and Kayla Boyd's new home in Harding St, Hendra. Picture: Instagram.
Darius and Kayla Boyd's new home in Harding St, Hendra. Picture: Instagram.

Property records show Boyd bought the original property, which is on a 650sq m block, for $810,000.

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The original home in Harding St, Hendra, before it was transformed.
The original home in Harding St, Hendra, before it was transformed.

Hendra is also home to a swag of other local sports stars, including former Australian fast bowler Andy Bichel, Queensland Reds player Karmichael Hunt and retired Brisbane Lions player Simon Black.

Darius and Kayla Boyd. Image: AAP/Steve Pohlner.
Darius and Kayla Boyd. Image: AAP/Steve Pohlner.


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