Mr Hanley, who played for the Wallabies in the 1980s, has just put the three-level home at 21 Wright Street on the market.
The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, a contemporary design, modern conveniences, open plan living areas, and city skyline views.
The property is only a short walk to Oxford Street and the City Cats.
Records show Mr Hanley bought the property for $1.82 million in 2008 — two years after it was built.
Marketing agent Cathy Richards of Place – Bulimba said the Hanleys were looking to downsize now their children had grown up.
She said the property would appeal to a family with school-aged children given its location and low maintenance design.
“Interest has been strong and we’re hoping for a pre-Christmas sale,” Ms Richards said.
Unfortunately for fans, it’s unlikely the house will come with Mr Hanley’s impressive collection of football and Wallabies’ memorabilia that he accumulated throughout his career.
Mr Hanley also owns an investment property in Seven Hills, which was last leased for $480 a week.
The property is for sale without a price guide.
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