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Inside AFL great Jonathan Brown’s stunning $4million home


Inside AFL great Jonathan Brown’s stunning $4million home: Footy star-turned-radio host offloads Melbourne property after failing to sell last year

Nova FM radio host Jonathan Brown has sold his stunning Federation home in Melbourne‘s Camberwell.

According to The Herald Sun, the Chrissie, Sam and Browny star offloaded the five-bedroom property in an off-market sale.

While the sale price remains unclear, the publication reports that the 39-year-old first bought the house for $4.02million in 2017 and wanted $4.495million for the pad last year but it failed to sell.

Moving on: Nova host and former AFL star Jonathan Brown has sold his sprawling $4million federation home in Melbourne off-market

He and his wife Kylie Adams also reportedly extensively renovated the property over the years. 

They are said to have bought a pad in Canterbury for $7.335million in Kylie’s name in 2019.

Their federation charmer in Camberwell meanwhile features a manicured front garden and a white picket fence, and a stunning façade. 

An eye for property: He and his wife Kylie Adams also reportedly extensively renovated the property over the years

An eye for property: He and his wife Kylie Adams also reportedly extensively renovated the property over the years

Gorgeous: Inside it has rustic fireplaces, high ceilings and hardwood floors and stained glass windows

Gorgeous: Inside it has rustic fireplaces, high ceilings and hardwood floors and stained glass windows

Inside it has rustic fireplaces, high ceilings and hardwood floors and stained glass windows.

It has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage.

It also has a clean and modern white kitchen, featuring marble-look benchtops. 

Sprawling: It has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage

Sprawling: It has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage

Jonathan is known for his successful sporting career and was the caption of the Brisbane Lions. 

He played AFL from the age of 18 and retired in 2014 after suffering a concussion on the field.

He joined Nova’s breakfast radio show in 2015. 

Success: Jonathan is known for his successful sporting career and was the caption of the Brisbane Lions

Success: Jonathan is known for his successful sporting career and was the caption of the Brisbane Lions

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