Josh Fraser can't sell his Nathan Buckley hand-me-down in Hawthorn

Josh Fraser can't sell his Nathan Buckley hand-me-down in Hawthorn
Josh Fraser can't sell his Nathan Buckley hand-me-down in Hawthorn

The former Collingwood ruckman Josh Fraser failed to sell his Hawthorn home at weekend auction.

Despite competition between two bidders, the three-bedroom house passed in at $1.87 million after the slow auction kicked off at $1.7 million.

The reserve was $1.975 million, with later negotiations seeing the top offer increased to $1.885 million, the agent told The Herald Sun.

Baltic pine floorboards and an exposed brick open fireplace were design features.

Auctioneer Anton Zhouk said Fraser had updated the bathroom in 2007 and Fraser was looking to upsize in the local area with wife Kylie Sutcliffe and their two children.

Fraser, currently the development coach at Carlton Football Club, spent $610,000 on the classic Victorian home in 2002 when it was bought from then team mate, Nathan Buckley who had paid $390,500 three years earlier.

Fraser enjoyed a 200-game career with the Magpies between 2000 and 2010, before joining the Gold Coast Suns for his last three years on the field. 

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