PHOTO: The newly built five-bedroom and three-bathroom contemporary, three-level house has views of the city skyline.

The Brisbane-based former Wallabies captain Stephen Moore has listed what was once billed as his Paddington forever home.

It is reportedly expected to fetch somewhere between $3 million and $4 million.

It was only in July this year when, after living in 12 different properties over the past decade, the Queensland rugby legend and his wife, advised they were putting down roots, having finished building “their forever home” in the sought-after suburb of Paddington.

“We were talking about this dream for so long,” Moore told The Courier-Mail.

Moore told the local paper they planned to live in the home for at least the next decade.

“After all this time, we’ve got a place we can call home — and that’s a really good feeling.”