Hayden Ballantyne selling Hopeland rural estate

Hayden Ballantyne selling Hopeland rural estate
Hayden Ballantyne selling Hopeland rural estate

Fremantle Dockers veteran Hayden Ballantyne is yet to sell his Hopeland, WA rural estate.

The 25 hectare agistment property, some 50 kilometres south of Perth, has been listed with $1.05 million plus hopes.

It was bought in 2011.

The listing photos give an obvious nod to Ballantyne's ownership, with his framed number 1 jersey in the theatre room, along side memorabilia gathered over his nine year career.

Hayden Ballantyne selling Hopeland rural estate

Since his purchase the forward has added a main modern residence, wrapped in a verandah and complete with four bedrooms, separate office and a rumpus room.

There's 32 paddocks with horse rail fencing and an onsite managers cottage for additional farming income.

Ballatyne tried to sell the property before in 2013.

It's for sale through Greg Penn at Realmark Mandurah, who had set an April 15 auction.

Ballantyne was drafted by Fremantle when he was 21 as a second round pick in the 2008 draft.

In late 2016 Ballantyne married his long-term partner Alyssa Hennessy in nearby North Dandalup. They have two children. 

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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