Former NRL player Nigel Plum pulls Glenmore Park investment off the market

Former NRL player Nigel Plum pulls Glenmore Park investment off the market
Former NRL player Nigel Plum pulls Glenmore Park investment off the market

Former NRL player Nigel Plum has pulled his Glenmore Park investment property from sale.

The Griffith-based Plum, who played for the Sydney Roosters, Canberra Raiders and Penrith Panthers over his 10 year career, paid $615,000 in 2013 shortly after the home was built.

The four bedroom home two separate living areas, a study and an alfresco entertaining area overlooking a swimming pool.

Plum was seeking $839,000 through Ray White Glenmore Park agent Robert Norgate before it was pulled. The home was recently up for rent at $750 a week. 

Plum was a fan favourite at the Panthers, spending most of his 150 game career there with 92 games.

In 2011 he was voted Big League Magazine's Hardest Hitter.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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