Former Sydney Roosters NRL star turned entrepreneur Aidan Guerra has sold his Byron Bay property.
Guerra, who is involved in the local pilates studio Fluidform Byron, offloaded the home in just three weeks, securing $1,425,000.
Guerra paid $830,000 for the retreat in 2017, when he was still with the Roosters
It was promptly put up for rent at $850 a week, which represented a 5.5 per cent yield.
The 1985 built home is set in 620sq m of landscaped gardens and has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large private yard on its 620sq m block.
It has been renovated since last sold for $556,000 in 2013.
The much traded home will now have its seventh different owner since the turn of the century including Saint Philomela Crystal Rainbow. It went backwards in price in 2005 when it was picked up for $387,000, having previously sold for $440,000 in 2002.
The recent marketing through McGrath Byron Bay noted they were offering any interstate buyers coming to view the property a free airport pick up and drop off service.
Guerra retains a Merewether home which was bought a few years before he hung up his boots.
He played 57 games for the Newcastle Knights following a 154-game, seven-year Roosters career.
Guerra also represented the Maroons 10 times in the State of Origin, and was capped for both Australia and Italy.