Collingwood's Nathan Brown yet to offload Brighton apartment

Collingwood's Nathan Brown yet to offload Brighton apartment
Collingwood's Nathan Brown yet to offload Brighton apartment

The Collingwood defender Nathan Brown failed to sell his Brighton apartment at recent weekend Melbourne auction.

Its listing following his recent purchase of a $1.14 million, two bedroom 1910 Brighton cottage.

Brown, who isn't expected to play again this season after recent shoulder surgery, bought the first-floor apartment in 2010 for $610,000.

But the highest bid at weekend auction was $580,000. But it has since been listed at $550,000 plus price guidance.

He lived at 8/36 Well Street with his fiancee Liana Flood until putting it in the rental pool with initial $575 weekly expectations early 2013.

The two bedroom apartment, built in 2008, features two en-suite bedrooms.

Nick Johnstone, of Nick Johnstone Real Estate, was quoting $550,000-plus in its pre-auction marketing.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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