Honey Badger’s enormous mancave hits the market

first_imgTwo types of pool available and perfect for groups.The dream home has solar hot water, five water tanks, unmetered drinking bore water, a security system, chicken pen and compost bins, as well as a grassed area that’s almost as big as a football field.The “mancave” is a 15m by 12m powered shed that had a three-door entrance to a workshop, walled office and toilet. The property’s large dam is edged on one side by another firepit area and deck, plus the home has an enormous entertainment area off the dining room that has its own woodstove and wall mounted television to watch the Wallabies beat New Zealand. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Nice stairs for a team photo. Now this is a mancave. The dam at the end of the property has its own deck and firepit.The Honey Badger grew up in Logan in Brisbane’s south as a track, swimming and rugby whiz, and spent formative years on an acreage property bought by his father at 61-73 Rundalua Road, Chambers Flat. Cummins senior had bought the land in June 1998 for $80,000 and then had an enormous six bedroom, three bathroom, nine car space home built in 2000.Everything is larger than life in this home — the dining room is more like a banquet hall 9.7m by 5m, while the formal living room was a “monstrous 9m by 4.4m”.The 1.3ha property, which goes to auction at 11am on Saturday March 3, is listed through Barry Collins of Harcourts – Calamvale.It has a dual entrance, concrete inground saltwater pool with a rotating umbrella, as well as a spa and waterfall, gazebo, barbecue area and firepit. Everything in this home is done on a large scale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins is back in town as the face of this weekend’s Brisbane Global Rugby 10s.AUSSIE cult figure, the Honey Badger, aka Nick Cummins, is back for the Brisbane Global Rugby 10s tournament and to say goodbye to the home he grew up in — a sprawling property complete with a fishing dam and giant mancave for boys’ toys.Cummins is back after stints offshore after shocking rugby fans by asking for early release from Australian Rugby in 2014. The release was granted on compassionate grounds as Cummins was making the move to more lucrative commercial contracts offshore to help his family, including his father Mark who was seriously ill. A large umbrella by the pool can be rotated.last_img

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