Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister lists Brighton home after failed auction

Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister lists Brighton home after failed auction
Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister lists Brighton home after failed auction

Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister and his TV presenter wife Natalie Hunter failed to sell their Brighton home at its midweek auction.

Now it's for sale for $4,175,000, after having a guide of $4 million to $4.2 million.

The former Carlton and Essendon footballer paid $1.8 million in 2014 for the property at 28 Campbell Street.

Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister lists Brighton home after failed auction

The tennis court on 550 square metres had been subdivided from a neighbouring home.

Bannister ripped down the tennis court and engaged Stonnington Group to build a modern four bedroom home with gym and a pool.

Buxton Bentleigh agents Simon Pintado and David Hart sold the Campbell Street home.

Former AFL umpire and player Jordan Bannister lists Brighton home after failed auction

Bannister gave up AFL in 2009 and became an umpire, where he oversaw 97 AFL games. He retired in 2017.

Hunter is a presenter for Channel 10.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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