Titans star Nathan Peats has had a victorious weekend including scoring at auction

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 20: Nathan Peats walks out onto the field during a New South Wales Blues State of Origin captain’s run at ANZ Stadium on June 20, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

TITANS star Nathan Peats has made a million dollar move to Palm Beach after hitting the highest bid at auction yesterday.

The 26-year-old was one of nine registered bidders who battled it out to secure the four-bedroom home on Twenty Fifth Ave.

Lasting half-an-hour the auction finally came down to three bidders, including the Titans star, a Sydney investor and a local family before it cracked under the hammer for $1.2 million to the Titans hooker.

The win is the second for Peats after the Titans pulled off a stunning 30-10 victory over the Sharks on Saturday night.

35 Twenty Fifth Ave, Palm Beach.

The home isn’t on a canal or on the beach but it sold for an eye-watering $1.2 million

LJ Hooker agent David Leonie was marketing the property and said the house sold $104,000 over its reserve.

“The big attraction is the location of the property, especially these northern avenues at Palm Beach,” Mr Leonie said.

Drawing in a crowd of over 60 people Mr Leonie said the property is perfect for a family.

“Palm Beach is becoming a sought after suburb, especially with infrastructure and cafe businesses popping up,” he said.