Paul ‘Fatty’ Vautin finally sells his Gold Coast home for $3.25 million

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Paul And Kim Vautin have sold their Gold Coast pad. Picture Glenn Hampson


It’s taken eight months, but Paul “Fatty” Vautin, the former long-time host of Channel 9’s The Footy Show, and wife Kim have sold their Gold Coast villa.

They had to significantly reduce their expectations.

It was listed at $3.6 million at the start of the year, but the couple have accepted $3.25 million.

The home was listed for $3.6m but was sold for $3.25m.


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The Vautin’s had bought new for $1.8 million in 2009, initially using it as a holiday home.

Its listing signalled a preparation to undertake a dream home build. They have a property inland at Merrimac.

Perfect place to watch the footy.


It was a holiday home for the Vautins before they moved there permanently.


The sale indicates the Gold Coast market may have softened. Source: realestate.com.au


When the Vautin’s lived in Sydney they called a Dee Why penthouse home for four years. It sold for $2.54 million in 2005, having paid $1.6 million.

The Oceania penthouse on The Strand onsold earlier this year at $3.83 million.

The couple retain a bolthole nearby that cost $1.13 million in 2015.

Manly players (L-R) Dale Shearer, Mal Cochrane and Mark Pocock chair captain Paul Vautin after win over Canberra in 1987 Grand Final at SCG in Sydney.

Manly players (L-R) Dale Shearer, Mal Cochrane and Mark Pocock chair captain Paul Vautin after win over Canberra in 1987 Grand Final at SCG in Sydney.


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