Former NRL player Dave Shillington is selling his home in Grange.FOOTY fans have a chance to score the Brisbane house belonging to ex rugby league star Dave Shillington.The former Gold Coast Titans forward, who hung up his boots in 2016, is selling his three-bedroom property at 31 Myrtle St, Grange, Dave Shillington is selling this house at 31 Myrtle St, Grange.Set on a level, 810 sqm block on two lots, the Queenslander home has traditional features such as polished timber floors, VJ walls and high ceilings, but has been given a modern update.The family room on the lower level could be used for a home business. The pool at the house at 31 Myrtle St, Grange.There’s also potential to add further value in the future by renovating the lower level to create more bedrooms and bathrooms. Even with the inground pool, there’s plenty of room to kick a footy around in the backyard. The back deck on the house at 31 Myrtle St, Grange, which is for sale (minus the dog).Built in 1929, 31 Myrtle Street holds significant history within the area as the original dairy house.Records show Shillington paid $680,000 for it in 2012.Shillington played 215 NRL games, 14 Tests for Australia, four for the Prime Minister’s XIII, eight for Queensland and two NRL All Stars.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago The kitchen in the house at 31 Myrtle St, Grange, which is for sale.During his 12 year career, he played for the Sydney Roosters, Canberra Raiders and Gold Coast Titans.These days, the 36-year-old is an NRL State of Mind project officer and involved with Playbook Coach. There is plenty of room to kick a footy around in the backyard.The property is being marketed by Alistair Macmillan and Sam Hagen of Ray White Wilston and is scheduled for auction at 6pm on March 12.