Perth bound AFL star Sam Mitchell lets out Hawthorn nest

Perth bound AFL star Sam Mitchell lets out Hawthorn nest
Perth bound AFL star Sam Mitchell lets out Hawthorn nest

Perth bound Sam Mitchell, who will join the West Coast Eagles next year to see out his AFL playing career, and wife Lyndall have listed their family home in Hawthorn.

It is for rent rather than for sale.

An application has been promptly received on the four bedroom, three bathroom home that was listed for rent within two weeks of trade week.

It's asking rent was $1,800 a week through Jellis Craig agent Harriet Griffiths.

The couple paid $1.82 million for the 1940s home in 2009 and have since restored the home after its 2007 renovation. 

The family home set in 841 square metres of lush gardens has a home office and a gas heated swimming pool. It was once a feature on Better Homes and Gardens.

The midfielder played over 300 games for Hawthorn over a 14 year career in which he has won four AFL Premierships.

He is now off to the west, where he will finish his illustrious career with the West Coast Eagles and likely start coaching.

“I’m really glad that it’s all done and very excited to move over, get the family settled and get into it,” Mitchell said.

Mitchell has been named a three-time All-Australian, a five time Peter Crimmins Medal winner and, following the retrospective disqualification of Jobe Watson, the 2012 Brownlow Medal co-winner.

 

 

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