Departing Melbourne Demons coach Paul Roos sells in Elwood

Departing Melbourne Demons coach Paul Roos sells in Elwood
Departing Melbourne Demons coach Paul Roos sells in Elwood

Melbourne Demons head coach Paul Roos has sold his Elwood home as speculation looms on his continuing ties with the AFL code.

His contract with the AFL club concludes at season end.

Paul and wife Tami bought the contemporary Tim Spicer designed property in 2014 after signing with the Demons in 2013.

They paid $2.525 million for the home which was built by former owner Peter Lewin of Construct Group.

Completely remodelled by highly regarded Arundel Constructions and D'interni interior design, the state of the art home features a pool and spa on the 411 sqm holding.

The property sold recently through Chisholm & Gamon agents Kylie Hill and Torsten Kaper who had a price guide of $2.9 million.

Roos is to be replaced by assistant coach Simon Goodwin at the end of the year.

Roos and his wife Tami are long-time Sydneysiders who sold their $5.4 million South Coogee trophy home the same month they bought in Elwood. The Con Hairis designed luxury five bedder with swimming pool cost $4.86 million in 2010.

They quietly bought back in Sydney last year, securing a $2.165 million Coogee apartment.

Crafted by architect Allen Jack+Cottier, the whole floor penthouse style apartment has three bedrooms and a large terrace.

Roos coached the Sydney Swans for eight years and won the 2005 Premiership, the Swans first in 72 seasons.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section. 

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