Sam Mitchell's Cottesloe, Perth home under offer

Sam Mitchell's Cottesloe, Perth home under offer
Sam Mitchell's Cottesloe, Perth home under offer

The Cottesloe home that AFL legend Sam Mitchell and wife Lyndall bought when Sam signed on as a player at the West Coast Eagles is under offer.

The Mitchell's bought the four bedroom home less than 18 months ago when Sam played out his final year of his career at the Subiaco Oval having previously won four Premierships at Hawthorn.

He is now the Eagles assistant coach, but seems likely to return east for an assistant coaching job.

The home was built in 2007 when owned by professor Edwin Jaggard and wife Pamela, who sold it for $2.1 million in 2013.

It only increased in value by $50,000 when the Mitchell's bought it three years later. They found time to completely renovate and refurbish the Hampton style home which features a rear swimming pool.

Wallace Real Estate Claremont agent Justin Wallace handled the marketing with $2.35 million expectations.

His West Coast Eagles side are firmly in the hunt for a top four finish despite three losses in a row.

They sit third, level on points with Collingwood in second and the Swans and Port Adelaide in fourth and fifth.

The Mitchell's have not written off Hawthorn completely however. They've only leased their four bedroom family home in Melbourne's inner east.

A tenant quickly snapped up the property for $1,800 a week late last year.

They bought the 1940s home for $1.82 million in 2009 and have since restored the home.

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 onĀ Better Homes and Gardens.

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