Health Services Union secretary Kathy Jackson's Balwyn home – presumably without the infamous pool pump – listed for auction
The Balwyn home of the Health Services Union national secretary Kathy Jackson has been listed for September 22 auction.
Jackson, who was caught up in the Craig Thomson matter as the union whistleblower, has the four-bedroom house listed with reported $1.8 million hopes through Fletchers agents Jeremy Desmier and Daiman Kane.
It comes with the heated pool and sauna that came to public attention earlier this year after neighbours complained of the noisy pool pump.
Boroondara City Council's complaint was under the Public Health and Wellbeing Act about a ''noisy pool pump'' causing an unreasonable noise.
Council was seeking she move the pool plant away from the property boundary within an acoustically treated and lined enclosure.
The tree-lined property is being marketed as a "developer's dream", given it's a 1,452-square-metre block.
The four-bedroom house comes with three bathrooms. The house sits on part of the holding, easily allowing some land to be sold or redeveloped.
It was transferred into Jackson's full ownership by her former husband, Peter Jackson, in March 2010.
It last traded at $1.15 million in 2004.
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